I got this question as part of an assignment. I read the section of the textbook that we were supposed to, and couldnt find anything to help me with, so here goes: To measure temperatures, physicists and astronomers often use the variation of intensity of electromagnetic radiation emitted by an object. The wavelength at which the intensity is greatest is given by the equation ΛT = 0.2898cm K, where T is the object temperature in Kelvins. In 1965, microwave radiation peaking at Λ = 0.107 was discovered coming in all directions from space. To which temperature does this correspond?