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The coldest place in the universe is named

Scientists from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (USA), Chalmers Technical University (Sweden) and ALMA Observatory (Atacama Large Millimeter Array, Chile) presented new details about the protoplanetary nebula Boomerang, which is considered the coldest place in the universe. The nebula is formed by a dying red giant, which leaves matter intensely. According to scientist estimates, initially the luminary was about four times heavier than the Sun, the matter from it spread over a distance of about 120,000 astronomical units.

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