Whether a planet is in close proximity to a large star, such as our Sun, has a lot to do with its temperature. Also, whether or not the planet has an atmosphere determines whether a planet’s temperature has a very extreme range. One example of such a planet is Mercury, which is closest to the Sun but has no atmosphere. Mercury can get very hot, up to 465 degrees C, and very cold, 184 degrees C.
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