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The Coldest Place in the Universe

by Kenny Hoeschen

The Boomerang Nebula is the coldest place in the universe. At justĀ 1 Kelvin — a single degree above absolute zero — this cloud of dust and gas is the coldest object in the universe. Astronomers recently captured a new image of the nebula using a radio telescope array called ALMA.

Sophie Bushwick of Scientific American discusses the studies being conducted by ALMA and more news from the world of science in the past few days.

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