Jul 15, 2016

Temperatures of the Universe: From Absolute Zero to ‘Absolute Hot’ [Infographic]

 

BBC Future teamed up with the Information is Beautiful Studio to explore the temperatures of the Universe from Absolute zero (–273.15°C or –459.67°F) to ‘Absolute hot‘ or Planck temperature, which has the value 1.416785(71)×10^32 kelvin (where 1 kelvin = [°C] + 273.15 or ([°F] + 459.67) × 5⁄9); above which, conventional laws of physics break down.

[BBC Future via ribsmcgillicutty]

 

 

From-Absolute-Zero-To-'Absolute-Hot'-and-the-Billion-Degrees-in-Between-Infographic

 

 

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