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Subject: Re: Current flow in a vacuum vs. current flow in cryogenic material

Date: 07/15/01 at 3:21 PM
Posted by: Igor Burov
E-mail: burov@mailbox.alkor.ru
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In Reply to: Current flow in a vacuum vs. current flow in cryogenic material posted by Bob Reichenbach on 07/15/01 at 12:25 AM:

The temperature of vacuum is generally equal to temperature of environment enclosing it. That is the temperature will be equal an evacuated chamber to temperature of walls of the chamber. In space the temperature of vacuum is determined by an amount of the radiation, present in the given place (near the Sun the thermometer will go off-scale , and at Pluto it will freeze).


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