, -454.81 Fahrenheit
What is the temperature of space?
The temperature in outer space is 2.73 Kelvin (-270.42 Celsius, -454.75 Fahrenheit). This is actually the temperature of Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, which is spread throughout the entire universe.7 Jan 2016
Is space hot or cold?
Some parts of space are hot! Gas between stars, as well as the solar wind, both seem to be what we call “empty space,” yet they can be more than a thousand degrees, even millions of degrees. However, there’s also what’s known as the cosmic background temperature, which is minus 455 degrees Fahrenheit.1 Mar 2012
Why is it cold in space?
The reason outer space is so cold is because cold is what you get when there is no source of heat nearby. At our distance from the sun, if you put, say, a Mac Truck in space, the side facing the sun will quickly get hot enough to burn you.23 Feb 2017
How hot is space in direct sunlight?