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What is the hottest temperature ever?

Question #148106. Asked by rayvendragon.
Last updated Oct 31 2020.
Originally posted Oct 29 2020 11:18 PM.

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5.5 trillion degrees Kelvin, recorded at the Large Haldron Collider.

link https://www.seeker.com/lhc-smashes-highest-man-made-temperature-record-1765929082.html

Oct 29 2020, 11:33 PM
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A little further afield, even higher temperatures have been recorded.
At 36 to 72 trillion degrees F, it would be hard to top the region around Quasar 3C 273, a region so hot that it stretches the limits of what was thought possible for plasma.


That converts to 20 to 40 trillion degrees Kelvin.

link https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/g3127/welcome-to-summer/

Oct 30 2020, 4:59 AM
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If we go really far back in history, we reach a moment right after the Big Bang. Scientists estimate a temperature of 1.8 octillion F (roughly 1 octillion K) when the Universe was just 10^(-32) seconds old.

link https://www.visualcapitalist.com/extreme-temperatures-in-the-universe


Oct 31 2020, 2:13 PM
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