The coldest place in the observable universe

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James Webb telescope found the coldest molecular cloud in space – 263 degrees Celsius below zero. The molecular cloud contained frozen molecules of oxygen, hydrogen, sulfur, methanol, carbon, nitrogen, and much more – the building blocks of new stars, and of life. It was found 500 light years from earth.

 

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