1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A large, hot pizza floats in outer space after being jettisoned as refuse from a spacecraft. (Suppose the pizza is 60 cm in diameter and 2.0 cm thick, sizzling at 100°C. There's a lot of water in the cheese, but a lot of air in the crust, so we estimate a specific heat and density for the pizza between that of water and that of air. Suppose its specific heat is c = 3000 J/kg · °C and its density is 500 kg/m3. Assume it is dark in the infrared, with emissivity of 0.8.) What is the order of magnitude of its rate of energy loss? (b) What is the order of magnitude of its rate of temperature change? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution P= eσ(∏r2)(T4-Tc2) e=0.8 ∏r2= ∏(0.30)2 P=0.8(σ)(∏(0.30)2)((100+273.15)4-(273.15)4) P=177.3 so magnitude of heat loss= ~10W and for b) ~104 as per eqn. is this right because there was a lot of information not used?