The hottest temperatures on earth
The hottest temperatures on earth. Humans can only live at temperatures that correspond to the ability of existing bodies. What if the circumstances were no different from supporting or her ability …? Apparently humans are also able to adjust to the situation. Or it could be called with the adaptation. Do you know where is A Place with the hottest temperatures on earth …?
Hottest place on earth was there in Iran. Recent findings from University of Montana researchers showed Lut Desert in Iran as the hottest place on Earth with temperatures reaching 70.7 degrees Celsius (159.3 Fahrenheit) in 2005. “Many locations on Earth, dubbed the hottest place, but those places are not close competitors,” said a member of the research team, Steven Running, told LiveScience. He refers to Furnace Creek in California City United States and the City of El Aziza in Libya on record as the hottest place.
Running and fellow researchers examined data from infrared satellite throughout the seven years the U.S. Geological Survey’s Landsat. “The desert heat in the Earth, such as the Sahara, Gobi, and LUT Sonoran, has a climate so harsh and so remote access to measurement and routine maintenance of weather stations is not possible,” said David Mildrexler, another member of the research team about the reasons Lut Desert is not included in the list The hottest place earlier.
The researchers noted Lut Desert is also the hottest temperature ever reached in 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2009, without specifying the temperature in each year.