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FFF8E7FFF8E7FFF8E7FFF8E7FFF8E7255248231Cosmic 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
Cosmic latte is the average color of the galaxies of the universe as perceived from the Earth, found by a team of astronomers from Johns Hopkins University
clothing, such as for men’s trousers, as well as for interior design. Cosmic latte is a name assigned in 2002 to the average color of the universe (derived
César Lattes
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
List of colors: A–F
97% 86% 48° 100% 93% 14% 100% X11/Web Cosmic cobalt #2E2D88 18% 18% 53% 241° 50% 36% 67% 53% Crayola Cosmic latte #FFF8E7 100% 97% 91% 43° 100% 95% 9%
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a gender. Alternate version later proposed by Kye Rowan, which uses Cosmic latte instead of plain white. The design of both the genderqueer flag and the
universe is a shade of yellowish-white that has been given the name Cosmic Latte. Starlight spectroscopy, examination of the stellar spectra, was pioneered
List of colors by shade
white Baby powder Beige Bone Champagne Cornsilk                     Cosmic latte Cream Dutch white Eggshell Flax Floral white Ghost white Honeydew Isabelline
sections above. Location of the Earth in the universe Cosmic Calendar (scaled down timeline) Cosmic latte Detailed logarithmic timeline Earth's location in
List of colors (alphabetical)
Cordovan Cornflower blue (web) Cornflower blue (Crayola) Cornsilk Cosmic cobalt Cosmic latte Coyote brown Cotton candy Cream Crimson Crimson (UA) Cultured
Champagne Chartreuse Chrome yellow                     Citron Citrine Cosmic latte Cream Dark goldenrod Ecru Flax Gamboge Gold Gold (metallic)          

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