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Coldest Place On Earth [Space]
posted December 12 2013 12:07.35 by spic0m




Data from several NASA satellites have been analyzed and the lowest temperature detected was a record breaking -136° F (-93.2° C) on Aug 10th, 2013 on a high ridge in Antartica. Its ~8°F degrees cooler than the previous record.



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