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Coldest Place on Earth
No, it’s not Oshkosh after a fight at the bar, it’s Antarctica. Vostok Station saw a temperature of −89.2 °C (−129 °F) on 21 July 1983. How cold is that? To put it into context the average refrigerator is something like 130 times warmer. Ongoing research at the south pole includes upper-atmosphere physics, meteorology, earth sciences, geophysics, glaciology, and astrophysics…. oh, and how not to freeze your nards off.
Hottest Places on Earth
The hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth was in Al ‘Aziziyah, Libya. In 1922 an official high of 57.8 °C (136.0 °F) was recorded. This isn’t the hottest average temperature on the planet though, and no, it’s not Death Valley either. Dallol, Ethiopia currently holds the record for the highest average temperature for an inhabited location on Earth. The average annual temperature is 34°C (94°F) was recorded between the years 1960 and 1966.
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