Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Fact of the Day: Cold Day on Earth

The coldest temperature on Earth ever discovered by researchers was at the Soviet Vostok Station in Antarctica, on July 21, 1983. However recent satellites have been observing cold temperatures too and have found instances where it has gotten colder than -135.8 degrees Fahrenheit (-93.2C) at a time.  

15 comments:

RaeAbigael said...

woah! :/

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the information!

Kati said...

Hell, that IS cold!

-Kati

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Wow, that is cold!

Rakel said...

Incredible! :/

DEZMOND said...

we had up to minus 30"C here in my country

Anna-Alina said...

OMG! -93,2 C is unreal.

Pilar Domínguez said...

I am freezing just hearing that temperature...Kisses:)

Holy Ghost Writer said...

Now that is cold

Pat Hatt said...

damn, hopefully that never comes due near me

stephen Hayes said...

That's cold enough to freeze your balls off. Burrrrrr.....

Theresa Mahoney said...

My mother in law must have been vacationing there at the time. (Just kidding. I love my mil lol)

Caro * said...

Very interesting fact ! I am freezing just reading your post ! :)

bj said...

MERCY !!....

Kay said...

Good grief! I can't imagine anything being able to live in that cold.