What is the hottest temperature in the world?

Answer The hottest temperature ever recorded was in El Azizia, Libya, on September 13, 1922. On that day, the temperature reached a whopping 136 degrees Fahrenheit or 58 degrees Celsius. Libya is a countr... Read More »

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Where was the world's coldest temperature recorded?

On July 21, 1983, Vostok, Antarctica, recorded the world's coldest temperature of minus 129 degrees F, according to the National Climatic Data Center. Vostok is a Russian research station at the ce... Read More »

What planet has the hottest average temperature?

Venus has the highest average temperature of any planet in the solar system. Due to a drastic greenhouse effect caused by thick clouds of carbon dioxide, its surface temperature can easily surpass ... Read More »

What is saturn's hottest temperature in celsius?

The highest temperature on the surface of Saturn was recorded to be -122 degrees Celsius and occurred on Saturn's warm polar vortex at its south pole. In our solar system, Saturn has the only know... Read More »

What is the coldest temperature ever recorded in New Zealand?

The coldest temperature ever recorded in New Zealand is -21.6 degrees Celsius, or -6.88 degrees F. It was recorded in the gold mining town of Ophir, Central Otago, on July 3, 1995.Source:New Zealan... Read More »