What Is the Hottest Temperature Ever Recorded on Earth?

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The hottest temperature ever recorded on earth is 57.8 degrees Celsius in Libya. It is a country in North Africa bordering Egypt to the east and happens to be the 3rd largest country by area in the African continent.
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The hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth was 136°F (58°C) in El Azizia, Libya on September 13, 1922.
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I believe it is -89.2 at the Vostock station, Antartica, but maybe someone knows better?
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The hottest temperature recorded on earth was 159 degrees F. The Lut desert in Iran reached that temperature in 2004 & 2005.
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The hottest temperature ever recorded in Kansas is 127 degrees Fahrenheit. The average high temperatures in their hottest month (July) is 89 degrees Fahrenheit.
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