What are the temperatures in space?

The temperature in space is really, really cold. I mean, like, super cold. On average, it's around -270 degrees Celsius (-454 degrees Fahrenheit), but it can vary depending on where you are. For example, the temperature on the surface of the Moon can range from about -180 degrees Celsius (-292 degrees Fahrenheit) during the day to about -233 degrees Celsius (-387 degrees Fahrenheit) at night. And if you go out even further, like to Pluto, the temperature can be even colder, reaching as low as -230 degrees Celsius (-382 degrees Fahrenheit). So yeah, it's cold. Like, really cold. Brrr.
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