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What is the coldest place in the Universe?

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The coldest place in the Universe is in the Boomerang Nebula, a cloud of dust and gases 5000 light years from Earth. It has a temperature of -272°C (-457.6°F) and is formed by the rapid expansion of gas and dust flowing away from its central aging star.
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