Cosmic Latte 🎨 RGB Color Code: #FFF8E7
The hexadecimal RGB code of Cosmic Latte color is #FFF8E7. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FF red (255/256), a F8 green (248/256) and a E7 blue component (231/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(255,248,231). Closest WebSafe color: White (#FFFFFF)
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Cosmic Latte on Wikipedia
Cosmic latte is the average color of the universe, found by a team of astronomers from Johns Hopkins University. In 2002, Karl Glazebrook and Ivan Baldry
print in purple or green and vary within a print run. Cosmic latte is a name assigned in 2002 to the average color of the universe (derived
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#FFF8DC 100% 97% 86% 48° 100% 93% 14% 100% Cosmic cobalt #2E2D88 18% 18% 53% 241° 50% 36% 67% 53% Cosmic latte #FFF8E7 100% 97% 91% 43° 100% 95% 9% 100%
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universe is a shade of yellowish-white that has been given the name Cosmic Latte. Starlight spectroscopy, examination of the stellar spectra, was pioneered
Físicas) in Rio de Janeiro. From 1946 to 1948, Lattes launched on his main research line by studying cosmic rays. He travelled to England arriving in February
Glazebrook UK 1965 Determined that the average color of the universe is Cosmic Latte Marcelo Gleiser Brazil 1959 Thomas Gold USA 1920 2004 Leo Goldberg USA
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