The Coldest Temperature Ever Recorded on Earth
In some places on earth, winters can sometimes be really cold, and the temperature can get so much low that it is hardly possible to get out.
Some people may wonder, what was the coldest temperature ever recorded on earth.
According to the most recent reports, such temperature was recorded in August 2010, in one of research stations in east Antarctica.
The temperature went as low as -135.8 fahrenheit or -94.7 celsius, making this temperature rather one to been recorded on Mars.
The previous coldest temperature ever recorded on earth was −128.6 fahrenheit or −89.2 celsius or 184.0 kelvin, recorded near Russian research station in Antarctica.
Unfortunately, since the satellite did not measure the lowest temperature of August 2010, Guinness record book still contains the measurement of Russian scientists as the lowest temperature record.
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