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The Boomerang Nebula, also called the Bow-Tie Nebula is about 5000 light years form Earth.
The nebula is measured at 1 K (−272.15 °C; −457.87 °F), the naturally coldest place known in the universe. It was formed from the outflow of gas from a star at its core. The gas is moving outwards at a speed of about 164 km/s and expanding rapidly as it moves out into space. This expansion is the cause of the nebula’s very low temperature.
Guess it is always winter there. Brrrr.