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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because the sun faces the earth while the earth is being hot. Outer space is neither hot nor cold. Temperature measures the energy of atomic particles. Sense there is no atomic particles
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Well, it *can't* get any colder than absolute zero. Far out, away from stars (and heat) the coldest it can get is a few degrees *above* absolute zero. The left over cosmic microwave
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Yes, it would be really cold. If we put a thermometer in darkest space, with absolutely nothing around, it would first have to cool off. This might take.MORE? report this answer.
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