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What is the Temperature on Earth? - Space.com

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Sep 28, 2012 ... The average temperature on Earth is 61 degrees F (16 C). The hottest ... It lies in a "Goldilocks zone" that is just right — not too hot, not too cold.

How hot is the Earth? | Reference.com

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The hottest place on Earth is in its molten core, where temperatures reach approximately 10800 degrees Fahrenheit. The surface temperatures on the planet ...

What is the Earth's Average Temperature? - Universe Today

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Jul 26, 2016 ... Earth is the only planet in our Solar System where life is known to exists. ... experience cold and hot seasons in the same way the Northern and ...

Why is the earth's core so hot? And how do scientists measure its ...

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Quentin Williams, associate professor of earth sciences at the University of California at Santa Cruz offers this explanation: There are three main sources of heat ...

How Much More Will Earth Warm? - NASA Earth Observatory

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Model simulations by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimate that Earth will warm between two and six degrees Celsius over the next century, ...

How Hot is Earth's Core? | RealClearScience

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May 1, 2013 ... It gives us a better understanding of the region between the inner and outermost core of the earth: where red-hot solid iron becomes molten ...

Why is it so hot inside Earth' s core? - NASA Space Place

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Although Earth's center is closer than most of the other objects we muse ... To appreciate how hot that is, the surface of the Sun is about 10,000 degrees, so our  ...

How Hot Would The Earth Have To Get Before It Would Be Unlivable?

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May 4, 2010 ... A recent study shows that the planet doesn't have to warm up very much before it becomes unlivable. And the death blow comes from humidity.

How Hot Is Hell? - Live Science

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Jul 13, 2011 ... If Hell is in the center of the Earth, it's pretty damn hot.

The Center of the Earth Is as Hot as the Sun | Smart News ...

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Apr 26, 2013 ... 1800 degrees warmer than we previously thought, the Earth's core is super hot.

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BBC - Earth - How hot could the Earth get?

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Nov 30, 2015 ... Earth was far hotter in its distant past than it is today, which suggests that global warming could seriously cook the planet.

Earth Surface Temperature - Universe Today

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The average Earth surface temperature is 14° C. That's 287 kelvin, or 57.2° F. As you probably realize, that number is just an average. ... How Hot is Venus?

How hot is the earth now? | Climate | The Earth Times

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Apr 25, 2016 ... We worry now a lot more than before about the planet's surface temperatures. Now the Arctic is defrosting and sea levels even affect your ...