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The Universe’s Coldest Place Is Boomerang Nebula

Just when you thought Antarctica was cold, there’s another place that makes the continent feel like a tropical island. According to astronomers, the Boomerang Nebula, located about 5,000 light-years away, takes the title of coldest place in the universe - with a temperature of one degree kelvin (or minus 458 degree fahrenheit), according to Science Daily. It’s even colder than the Big Bang’s “faint afterglow.”