Coldest place in the universe - Where is The Coldest Place in the Universe?

Now we know that there is a lower limit of temperature.

The coldest place in the Universe: The experiments were carried out in the drop tower at the Center for Applied Space Technology and Microgravity ZARM.

The answer: the Boomerang Nebula, 5,000 light-years away from Earth.

What Is the Highest and Lowest Temperature in the Universe

More recent observations by the , however, reveal its double-lobed shape, and that it in fact doesn't look much like a boomerang at all.

The Boomerang Nebula How Did It Get Its Name? More recent observations of the Boomerang Nebula, like the image on the left captured by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2005, have revealed it doesn't bear much resemblance to a boomerang after all.

The light in the image comes from starlight from the central star reflected by dust particles.

Description: There is no definitive answer, however, Sahai did propose a theory, published in 2017.

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    Planetary nebulae form around a bright, central star when it expels gas in the last stages of its life. The Boomerang Nebula is one of the Universe's peculiar places. In 1995, using the 15-metre Swedish ESO Submillimetre Telescope in Chile, astronomers Sahai and Nyman revealed that it is the coldest place in the Universe found so far.
    By: DeltaOmegaTheta|||||||||
    Jan. 30, 2014: Everyone knows that space is cold. In the vast gulf between stars and galaxies, the temperature of gaseous matter routinely drops to 3 degrees K, or 454 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. Itโ€™s about to get even colder. NASA researchers are planning to create the coldest spot in the known universe inside the International Space Station.
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    This is the closest anything has ever come to Absolute Zero, and the only recorded temperature that has ever surpassed the chill of the Boomerang Nebula. The coldest place on Earth โ€“ Dome Fuji in Antarctica โ€“ was recorded in 2010 as having a temperature of -93.2 degrees Celsius. The Boomerang Nebulaโ€™s temperature is nearly 3 times as frigid.
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    Bottom line: Astronomers say the Boomerang Nebula is the coldest place in the universe at one degree Kelvin (minus 458 degrees Fahrenheit). Itโ€™s even colder than background space. Previously, this .
    By: AlwaysABride|||||||||
    The Boomerang Nebula, located roughly 5,000 light-years away from our solar system, has a temperature of 1 Kelvin (-272 ยฐC or -460 ยฐF) making it the coldest natural place in the universe humanity .
    By: amywode||||||||| - 2022
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