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The lowest temperature recorded on Earth was -128.6 degrees Fahrenheit (-89.2 degrees Celcius) at Vostok Station in Antarctica on July 21, 1983.
The lowest temperatured ever produced in the laboratory was 100 pK (10 ^ -10 Kelvin) in 1999.

Lowest temperature recorded on Earth - Wikipedia


The lowest natural temperature ever directly recorded at ground level on Earth is −89.2 °C (−128.6 °F; 184.0 K), which was at the Soviet Vostok Station in ...

The Coldest Temperatures Ever Recorded in All 50 States | The ...


Nov 3, 2016 ... The map below indicates the coldest temperature ever recorded in all 50 states, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric ...

News - The seven coldest temperatures ever recorded on Earth ...


Dec 21, 2015 ... We looked into it, and even with Canada's usual suite of frigid winter weather just on the horizon, the seven cold-temperature records below are ...

Coldest temperature ever recorded in each U.S. state - MSN.com


Sep 24, 2016 ... A look at the coldest temperature ever recorded temperature in each of the 50 U.S. states.

The Coldest Temperatures Ever Recorded On Earth - WorldAtlas.com


Jul 19, 2016 ... The Coldest Temperatures Ever Recorded On Earth. On 21st July, 1983, the lowest temperature of -89.2° Celsius was recorded in the Vostok ...

The Coldest Place in the Universe | Science | Smithsonian


Not on the moon, where the temperature plunges to a mere minus 378 ... the lowest temperatures ever attained were recently observed right here on earth.

This is the New Coldest Temperature Ever Recorded on Earth - Mic


Dec 10, 2013 ... Better put on a sweater. There is a new record holder for coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth:

Coldest Temperature Ever Created - Universe Today


Dec 19, 2015 ... Image credit: NASA/JPL Researchers from NASA and MIT have cooled sodium gas to the lowest temperature ever recorded - one-half billionth ...

Coldest temperature on Earth ever: How long could you survive it ...


Dec 10, 2013 ... The lowest temperature recorded on Earth may have been logged in Antarctica on Aug. 10, 2010: a reading of 135.8 degrees below zero ...