This Is What the Hottest Place on Earth Looks Like
If you think it looks a bit weird, that' because it is: it's widely regarded as the hottest place on Earth. The highest land surface temperature ever recorded—from space, by satellites—was in the Lut Desert back in 2005. It reached a staggering 70.7ºC.
What's the Highest Temperature Ever Recorded in the U.S.?
This summer has been a scorcher in many parts of the nation, but this sweat-inducing heat has nothing on the highest temperature ever recorded in the United ... making it the hottest summer on record. The valley's low elevation at 282 feet (86 meters ...
Las Vegas ties its hottest temperature ever recorded: 117
Official records in Las Vegas date back to 1937 ... Death Valley’s all-time hottest temperature is 134 from July 10, 1913, the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth. Death Valley automated thermometer reached 129.1º today, which means official ...
Weather 2014: Hottest weather ever recorded saw the Earth sizzle in May
The Earth was hotter than ever before in May, with experts claiming temperatures ... South Korea and central and north-western Australia experienced the hottest temperatures, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
What Is The Hottest Place on Earth?
Unless aliens can do better, this is not only the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth, it’s easily the hottest temperature anywhere in the Universe since the Big Bang itself.