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Heat: A Visual Tour of whats Hot or Not in the Universe

HEAT A Visual Tour of What's Hot or Not in the Universe 141,679.000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000°K Planck temperature.The universe 1043 seconds after the big bang, or the final instant of a black hole's existence. 13,000,000,000,000,000.000°K heavy nuclear conversions in the Large Hadron Collider At over $4 billion, the LHC is the most 10,000,000,000,000°K 100 microseconds after the Bic Band expensive science experiment in history 4,000,000,000,000°K Proton-Antiproton reactions 100,000,000.000°K A type II Supernova would destroy Earth's Type II Supernova ozone layer if it were 26 light years or closer, 10,000,000,000°K Everything, one second after the big bang 50ycars in our Milky Way Supernovae occur once every 1,000,000,000°K Everything, 100 seconds after the big bang. 510,000,000°K plasma in the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor. 100,000,000°K Controlled nuclear fusion 13.600,000°K The sun's core is 24% of its radius Sun's core. and produces 99% of its power. 30,000°K 29,727°C 53,540°F Atom bomb blast at .1 milliseconds. Blagt at.001 Seconds hotter than the Sun, at 130,000 mph and with a 20% instant mortality rate. Astraphobia: The irrational fear of lightning. Lightning bolt. 28,000°K 27,727°C 49,940PF Lightning strikes earth 100 times per second, 15,000°K 14,727°C 26,540°F I point of tungsten. Sirius is the brightest and 9,940°K 9,667°C 17,432F 5th closest star to Earth. Surface of Sirius A. 5778°K 5,505°C 9,941°F Surface of the Sun. While earth's inner core is hot enough to melt iron, the 350 gigapascals of pressure 5650°K 5,377°C 9,710°F it's under raise the melting point to around Earth's inner core, 6500°K, keeping the core solid. Hot Iron Nougat 3,823°K 3,550°C 6.422°F Melting point of a diamond. A diamond will melt under pressure 10 million 3,683°K 3,410°C 6,170°F Melting point of tungsten. times normal Atmospheric pressure, otherwise diamonds will just burn like all carbon allotropes. 2,022°K 1,749°C 3,180°F Boiling point of lead. 1,923°K 1,650°C 3,002°F Space Shuttle re-entry temperature. The ceramic tiles underneath 1,830°K 1,557°C 2,834°F the shuttle have a melting Bunsen burner flame. point of 3000°K. 1,811°K 1,538°C 2,800°F Melting point of iron. 4.6 miles per second 1,670°K 1,397°C 2,546°F Blue candle flame. 1,337°K 1,064°C 1,947°F Melting point of gold. 1,300°K 1,027°C 1,880°F Typical lava flows. 933°K 660°C 1,220°F Melting point of aluminium. 755°K 482°C 900°F A typical electric oven on the self-cleaning cycle. 737°K 464°C 876°F Average surface temperature of Venus. 601°K 326°C 622°F Melting point of lead. 506°K 233°C 451°F Ignition temperature of paper. 436°K 163°C 325°F Ignition temperature of matches. 373°K 100°C 212°F Boiling point of water. totally extremophile! 353°K 80°C 176°F Temperature of the hydrothermal vents where the Pompeii worm lives. Most heat tolerant animal, 331°K 58°C 136°F Hottest recorded air temperature on earth. El Azizia, Libya, September 13, 1922. 321°K 48°C 118°F Hottest recorded air temperature in Europe. Dallol, Ethiopia at 94 Athens, Greece, July 10, 1977. El Azizia was hot, but the hottest place on Earth, on average is 315°K 42°C 107.6°F Usually fatal human fever. and heatstroke at 105° E. Hypothermia starts at 94° F 310°K 37°C 98.6°F Average core body temperature for humans. 308°K 35°C 95°F Warmest recorded sea (Red Sea). The normal temp For a chicken is 107.6 'F 306°K 33°C 91°F Melting point of butter. 288°K 15°C 58°F Hottest air temperature recorded in Antarctica. Vanda Station, January 5, 1974. BU NET 275°K 2°C 36°F Recomended temperature for residential refrigerators. 273°K O°C 32°F Freezing point of water 258°K -15°C 5°F Melting point of ice cream. 255°K-18°C 0°F Recomended temperature for residential freezers.. 234°K -39°C -38°F Red line thermometers Freezing point of mercury. are usually alcohol based. Mercury is always silver. 202°K -71°C -96.2PF Coldest recorded for any permanently inhabited location. Oymyakon, Russia, January 26, 1926. 184°K -89°C -128.2°F Coldest air temperature recorded. Antarctica, Vostok Station, July 21, 1983. Oymyakon is named after the nearby hot springs. 77°K-196°C -320.8°F Boiling point of nitrogen. Temperature used in Cryonics. Ted Williams is frozen. Walt Disney is ashes. 68°K -205°C -337°F Average temperature on Uranus 63°K -210°C -346°F Freezing point of nitrogen 53°K -220°C -364°F Average temperature on Neptune. 44°K -229°C -380.2°F Average temperature on Pluto. Hydrogen was first liquified in 1898. It's now a common rocket fuel. 20.3°K-253°C -422.9°F Boiling point of hydrogen Puto 7:9illen km From 14.01°K -259°C -434.18°F the Sun Melting point of hydrogen. 4.22°K -269°C -451.8°F Boiling point of liquid helium. 2.73°K -270°C -454.49°F Average background temperature of the Universe. 1°K -272°C -457.6°F The Boomerang nebula. The coldest natural environment known. The coldest real estate in the Universe! .95°K -272°C -457.69°F Melting point of helium. .0000000001°K -273.1499999999°C 459.66999999982°F The lowest temperature ever produced (100 picokelvin). Low Temperature Labratory in Helsinki, 1999. he coolest scientists use cascade nuclear demagnetization. 0°K -273.15°C -459.67°F Absolute zero. Entropy has reached its minimum value. Only theoretically possible. |RASMUSSEN 1900 COLLEGE Linuid Nitrogen

Heat: A Visual Tour of whats Hot or Not in the Universe

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What is the universe is hot and what's not? Find out all the relevant levels of heat throughout the known universe from planets to chickens.


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