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# What is the temperature in vacuum ?

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Hint:To solve the given question we will learn what does vacuum and temperature mean and then we will proceed to answer the question.A vacuum is a small area of space in which nothing exists. A vacuum is a room that has no objects in it.

A conventional thermometer should not be used to calculate the temperature in a vacuum for this (and many other reasons). This may, however, be accomplished with a laser thermometer, which is how we normally measure temperatures in space. In other words, the temperature of a perfect vacuum will be zero degrees Fahrenheit. Since this is not realistic, the temperature must be very low (in space the temperature is $\approx 27K$).
Note:One must understand what room temperature is and what its value is; room temperature is the usual range of temperature in which humans feel relaxed habitation, and its value is most commonly taken as $300K\left( 27^{\circ}C\text{ }or\text{ }80\text{ }F \right)$.