An online tool to convert kelvin to celsius temperature, kelvin to fahrenheit converter, kelvin to rankine and reaumur scale.
Steps: How to convert from one temperature scale to another
The Kelvin scale is named after William Thompson Kelvin, a British physicist who devised it in 1848. It extends the Celsius scale down to absolute zero, a hypothetical temperature characterized by a complete absence of heat energy. Temperatures on this scale are called Kelvins (K).
Uses of Kelvin scale: The International System of Measurement uses kelvin scale for measuring temperature.
Celsius = K - 273.15
Fahrenhiet = (K x 1.8) - 459.67
Rankine = K x 1.8
Reaumer = (K - 273.15) * 0.8
To keep track of some of the coldest things in the universe, scientists use the Kelvin temperature scale that begins at 0 Kelvin, which is also called Absolute Zero. Nothing can ever be colder than Absolute Zero because at this temperature, all motion stops. The table below shows some typical temperatures of different systems in the universe.
|Temperature in K||Place / Object|
|160||Phobos - a moon of mars|
|128||Europa in the summer|
|120||Moon at night|
|95||Titan surface temperature|
|81||Enceladus in the summer|
|70||Mercury at night|
|55||Pluto in the summertime|
|50||Dwarf Planet Quaoar|
|45||Shadowed crater on moon|
|33||Pluto in the wintertime|
|3||Cosmic background light|
USA - United States of America Canada United Kingdom Australia New Zealand South America Brazil Portugal Netherland South Africa Ethiopia Zambia Singapore Malaysia India China UAE - Saudi Arabia Qatar Oman Kuwait Bahrain Dubai Israil England Scotland Norway Ireland Denmark France Spain Poland and many more....