This Day in History:Lowest Temperature in History Recorded at Vostok Station, Antarctica (1983)

This Day in History:
Lowest Temperature in History Recorded at Vostok Station, Antarctica (1983)

Located near the magnetic South Pole, Russia’s Vostok Research Station in Antarctica experiences three straight months of polar night every year from April to August, a period during which the Sun does not rise. In 1983, in the dead of southern winter and polar night, Vostok experienced the lowest temperature ever recorded on Earth, a chilling -128.56 degrees F (-89.2 degrees C). December 1989 was the warmest month ever recorded at Vostok. On average, how warm was it? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

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