It’s Not THAT Cold Out
Record-breaking cold temperatures have been common this winter. But what’s the coldest temperature possible? Absolute zero, when every skerrick of heat energy has been sucked out, is -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit. Absolute hot, the highest possible temperature, is 2.556 trigintillion degrees Fahrenheit: 2556 followed by 30 zeroes. Our sun’s core is only 18 million degrees!