Monday, November 19, 2012

What's the Coolest Place in the Universe?

The coolest place in the Universe is nearly at absolute zero. 

 It's not Miami Beach, if that's what you were thinking. Nor is it the North Pole.
The coldest place known is inside the Boomerang Nebula. It is in the constellation of Centaurus, 5000 light-years from Earth. Planetary nebulae form around a bright, central star when it expels gas in the last stages of its life.

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