What is the Temperature in Space?
Temperature in space is different at different places. The areas in which sun rays or light from stars passes, those places will have high temperatures. For example if a spaceship is opposite to the sun in space, the part of the ship on sunrays fall will have high temperature. Other side of the spaceship may have very less temperature. There is only vacuum in space and so temperature does not pass from one place to another. Though cosmic microwave background radiation provides energy to atoms in space, the absolute zero temperature will be -273o C.