Would a container in space maintain its temperature? Answered
It space where there are no particles in the air (metaphorically), would a container maintain its heat. A vacuum doesn't conduct and in theory that would remove any chance of something losing its heat energy. And if so would the earth lose all of its heat in the even't of the sun going away. Or would it average out all of the temperatures, which would still be very cold and would leave the earth feeling about 0 degrees Celsius. But in theory this would allow us to use some vast heating operation to raise the temperature of a planet and maintain it for us to live on. I know that there are some things on earth that use the heat and convert its energy to other forms therefore heat is removed from within earth, but could those be eliminated? This is all just food for thought for people and I kinda wondered what people would say. Its all in all just fun to learn new things.