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The Draper point, named after 19th century scientist John William Draper, is the approximate temperature (977 degrees Fahrenheit, 525 degrees Celsius, 798 degrees Kelvin) above which nearly all solid materials will begin to emit visible light (i.e. glow “red hot”) as a result of blackbody radiation.