What's the Hottest Object in the Universe?

November 2, 2015 | Gillian Burrell

Photo credit: Vsauce/Youtube

Absolute zero is the theoretical limit for how cold an object can get. But is there a limit to how hot it can get?

In this video, Vsauce describes the hottest object in the universe and what would happen if matter exceeded 1.41 x1032 Kelvin.

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