The 7 Hottest Places In The Universe!
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1:51 1. SURFACE AREA OF THE SUN: 5,500 °C
The first stop on our journey to increasingly impressive temperatures is 150 million kilometers away. The Sun is a yellow dwarf that, for our system, is the center of attention because it exerts a strong gravitational attraction on the other planets and makes them revolve around them. Despite being a dwarf star, it is 1,300,000 times larger than Earth.
3:22 2. RED HYPERGIANT SURFACE: 35,000 °C
If we thought that the word SUPER refers to something very, very big, imagine what HYPER means. A hypergiant is a massive star; they are the largest and most luminous in the universe. Although massive is not synonymous with large, some of the most massive objects, such as black holes, are relatively small.
4:55 3. BLUE SUPERGIANT: 50,000 °C
Blue supergiant stars result from the evolution of massive stars that expanded as a result of their hydrogen shortage. These reach between 15-20 solar masses, and the energy they produce is so much that they reach temperatures of up to 50,000 ° C; this gives them their characteristic blue color.
5:37 4. WR 102: 210,000 °C
It is a hyper massive Wolf-Rayet star located in the constellation of Sagittarius and reaches temperatures of up to 210,000 ° C, one of the hottest known to date.
6:27 5. CORE OF THE SUN: 15 MILLION °C
We’ve reached almost half of our ranking, and things have become quite heated. In the beginning, we commented that in the core of stars, nuclear fission processes are carried out using hydrogen as fuel, which forms a heavier element: helium.
7:16 6. EXPERIMENTAL ADVANCED SUPERCONDUCTING TOKAMAK (EAST): 70 MILLION °C
We are back on planet Earth. The EAST is a nuclear fusion reactor, better known as the “artificial sun of China” because it mimics the Sun’s power generation process. This project is carried out at the Southwestern Institute of Physics (SWIP) in Chengdu, China; it set its world record earlier this year by maintaining a 70 million °C for 17 minutes.
8:24 7. GENEVA LARGE HADRON COLLIDER: 4 TRILLION °C
It is the largest particle accelerator globally and is located just outside Geneva, Switzerland. In this collider, physicists from the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN) accelerate subatomic particles such as protons to speeds close to that of light.
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