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At the top of its clouds, temperatures on Neptune can dip down to 51.7 Kelvin, or 221.45 degrees Celsius ( 366.6 F). That almost three times the coldest temperature ever recorded here on Earth ( 89.2C; 129F), which means that an unprotected human being would flash freeze in a second! Pluto gets colder, experiencing temperatures as low as 33 K ( 240 C/ 400 F). But then again, Pluto isn a planet any more (remember?).
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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeCinemas, museums and art galleries in England will be able to begin re opening their doors from July 4 in the latest easing of the coronavirus lockdown.Boris Johnson is due to set out the results of a review of the two metre social distancing rule in the Commons on Tuesday amid a widespread expectation it will be cut to one metre.Much of the focus has been on the hospitality sector with detailed guidance due on how pubs, bars and restaurants can start gradually to re open from July 4.But it is now expected there will be guidance for sections of the arts and cultural sector too on how they can welcome back visitors under the latest stage of the Government road map for lifting the lockdown.It could mean cinemas and museums introducing one way systems, spaced queuing, increased ventilation, and pre booked tickets to ensure people can return safely.A No 10 source said: “We are only able to move forward this week because the vast majority of people have taken steps to control the virus.Ministers urged to scrap to work bills handed to NHS staff before they start”But the more we open up, the more important it is that everyone follows the social distancing guidelines. We will not hesitate to reverse these steps if it is necessary to stop the virus running out of control.”Details of the review were being finalised at meeting on Monday evening attended by the Government chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, and the chief medical officer for England, Professor Chris Whitty.Mr Johnson will then brief the Cabinet on the plan for England on Tuesday morning before setting out the details in Parliament.Earlier, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the Government was able to act now because the numbers of new coronavirus cases, admissions to hospital, and deaths from the diseases were all continuing to fall.He told the daily No 10 briefing that just one in 1,700 people were now infected with the virus, compared to one in 400 a month ago.”All these figures are coming down and pointing in the right direction. It shows that while there is still much to do, we are clearly making progress,” he said.However, Dr Jenny Harries, the deputy chief medical officer for England, said that even as the rules were eased people still needed to follow social distancing, including regular hand washing and good respiratory hygiene.Blackpool Central Pier fire: Ride and shop destroyed at 152 year old landmarkFireDramatic video shows part of Blackpool’s Central Pier engulfed in flames as the fire tore through a workshop and ride, and crews desperately battled to save the tourist siteControversial poll lists 10 ‘worst places to live’ in England for brutal reasonsEnglandMost of the places featured on the 2020 list are in Yorkshire and voters have not held back when giving their opinions on towns and cities around the countryMcDonald’s customer brutally beats manager after ‘being reminded to put on face mask’CoronavirusShocking footage shows a vicious assault on a McDonald’s manager by a man seemingly enraged by being reminded he must wear a face covering as Hong Kong brings in new rules.