Mars poles

These are the coldest places in our Solar System.   The order is from the ‘hottest’ and the coldest is very well known!   Mars. During wintertime, the two polar ice caps get no sun, resulting extreme drop in temperature freezes.   Temperature: -238 degrees Fahrenheit.   Credit: Hubble Space Telescope

Enceladus, Saturn’s sixth largest moon

Enceladus, Saturn’s sixth largest moon, covered in miles of ice. Temperature: -330 degrees Fahrenheit.   Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SETI Institute.


Europa moon of Jupiter

Europa moon of Jupiter covered by vast salt-water ocean, potentially home to extraterrestrial life.   Temperature: Between -256 and -364 degrees Fahrenheit.   Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SETI Institute



Uranus is our solar system’s coldest planet. Temperature: -371 degrees Fahrenheit.  Credit: NASA


Triton, the largest moon of Neptune

Triton, the largest of Neptune’s 13 moons, is one of the coldest objects in our solar system. Temperature: -391 degrees Fahrenheit.   Credit: NASA


Pluto, at 3.6 billion miles from the sun

Pluto, at 3.6 billion miles from the sun,  is one of the coldest large bodies in the solar system. Temperature: -375 and -400 degrees Fahrenheit.


the Moon

The coldest known place in our solar system is… the Moon!  Temperature: -400 degrees Fahrenheit.

via Popsci