How cold is Cybertron's moon?

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  1. Dreweido

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    I mean it's made of metal as Fosterlager's sig refers to. Also, the coldest spot in the galaxy is in our moon so... how cold is just the surface of Cybertron's moon. We'll go ahead say at least up to 15 minutes before getting eaten by Unicron.
     
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    The temperature of Cybertron and its moons fluctuates from 'inhospitable' to 'suitable for humans', depending on plot demands. :p 
     
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    Considering that it has no atmosphere, it must be about the temperature of space, or -270.425 C (or -454.765 F)
     
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    Only if it were out of the sun. In sunlight, it could be hundreds or thousands of degrees more than that.

    Seeing as Cybertron's moons seem pretty much the same as Cybertron, I'd say whatever temperature Cybertron itself is at.
     
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    Considering all the machinery running everywhere, it is possible that the surface is nice and warm just from the radient heat the machines put out.
     
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    Serious answer: depends if they're orbiting a star, and if so, how close. IIRC, the surface of the moon facing the sun can get pretty hot.

    Actual answer: colder than the average Movie fan's heart on hearing another story about Megan Fox.
     
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    What? Where did this come from?

    I would imagine that Cybertron's moon gets pretty cold. If only we could stick a thermometer or temp sensor on the surface...
     
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    I would say Colder than a Nun's pussy on Sunday morning...
     
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    Well I agree with BA. The tempature would be very low. Considering if it has a ozone layer or atmosphere.
     
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    Colder than a well-digger's ass, but not as cold as a witches tit.
     
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    I think it truely hinges on what optimus sledge said. How close is the nearest star? Is there any reference to the nearest star in any of the resource material about tfs?
     
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    outside temperatures could indeed be depending on distance from a star that said with the moons ( before becoming Unicorn's snacks) being much like cybertron and covered with machines its possible there is some type of environmental control in place to regulate temperatures and atmospheric conditions and lets not forget Moons can have there own atmospheres for example Titan one of the moon's of Saturn does and Ganymede one of Jupiter's moons have atmosphere with Titan's being most dense ( neither can support life as we know it ) so Cybertron's moons could have atmospheres
     
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    You'd be surprised as to how much action nuns get. With each other. ;) 
     
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    You're definitely gonna need a jacket. :) 


    Coldest in the GALAXY!?!? .... uhhhmmmmm...
     
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    Ya, you have a very good point there. oh those sneeky plot demands. lol
     
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    :lolol  I really don't know what to say about that...
     

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