How Cold Is Outer Space?

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Outer Space is essentially empty, meaning it has no molecules to move to create heat. Because of this, the relative temperature of outer space is just a few degrees above absolute zero.
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There are varying opinions on where outer space begins from Earth. It varies from 50 miles from the Earth's surface to 76 miles. Still yet, other see it as 13 million miles from Earth
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