Why do things get hot?
How cold can things get?
From Death Valley in California, to the inside of the Sun, and exploring the coldest places on Earth and the solar system, on today’s episode of Huh? Science Explained, Evrim Yazgin is heating up the conversation around the physics of temperature.
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Originally published by Cosmos as Hot stuff and cool things: The physics of temperature
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