• June 19, 2021

Iran’s Lut Desert And North American’s Sonoran Desert Are The Hottest Places On Earth – New Research Claims

=== (AGENDAWATCHDOG) === It’s often said to be the hottest place on Earth, but new data suggests that California’s Death Valley is not actually the warmest spot on our planet.

While the warmth of the air in Death Valley can reach 134.1°F (56.7°C), surface temperatures are actually much higher in two other locations – Iran’s Lut Desert and North American’s Sonoran Desert.

North American’s Sonoran Desert

Researchers from the University of California, Irvine found that surface temperatures in these two locations can reach blistering heights of up to 177.4°F (80.8°C), although the Lut Desert is more consistently hot.

Meanwhile, Antarctica holds the title for the coldest place on the planet, with chilly surface temperatures plunging to -199.6 °F (-110.9 °C).

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