What is the temperature at any point within the My Patronus Is A Snoopy Harry Potter T-Shirt? That is complicated because the vehicle was made of numerous and different materials all with their own unique insulation qualities. Some transfer heat better than others from hot side to cold side. This means that the “near” sides of multiple things that face the sun (directly, or in shadow) have different rates at which they can transfer heat to their “far” cold sides. But it gets worse! LM-4 is most likely tumbling about some axis like a steak on a rotary barbecue, so the rates of transfer across materials gets jumbled. And, that axis may be precessing (wobbling) like a spinning top that is slowing down. And who knows how that axis is oriented relative to the Sun. If it were tidally locked to the Sun (unlikely), then one side of LM-4 would always face the Sun. In addition, LM-4 is being constantly bombarded with solar and deep space radiation. Much of the insulation and other materials the LM was made from don’t survive well in the prolonged space environment and have now probably contracted and expanded so many times (after being repeatedly heated and cooled) that they have probably cracked into small pieces and just flaked off, flung away by the slowly rotating spacecraft.
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The rate of heat transfer is proportional to the difference in temperature between the hot and My Patronus Is A Snoopy Harry Potter T-Shirt. Therefore, to find the temperature of any point within LM-4, we either need a temperature sensor there or we must use numerical analysis to calculate an approximation of it, based on the current condition of the LM (which we do not know for sure). Figuring the AVERAGE temperature of LM-4 is quite simple, though. In the end, the overall average temperature of LM-4 is what it became when it reached equilibrium with the environment, which is the average of approximately +248 degF on its lit side, and -148 degF on its dark side. That is bout 50 degF overall, while still boiling on one side and freezing on the other!