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What is the temperature in space?


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jzermeno said...

Temperatures in space depend on whether the thermometer is in sunlight or darkness. Near the Earth and the Moon, objects in direct sunlight can heat up to temperatures of about 250 degrees F (121 degrees C). In the shade, objects can cool down to around -250 degrees F (-156 degrees C).

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jzermeno said...

Source link for Answer 1.

http://science.ksc.nasa.gov/pao/faq/faqanswers.htm

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