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LA County has the highest temperature ever

According to Dave Bruno, chief meteorologist for the National Weather Service, the record temperature was in Woodland Hills. “We reached 121 degrees (F) in Woodland Hills, California. This is the highest temperature at a station, which was 119 degrees on July 22, 2006,” Bruno told CNN on Sunday. “Woodland Hills is the last place where the effects of the ocean …

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“Hottest temperature on earth” as Death Valley, USA reaches 54.4 ° C.

Image rights Getty Images Image description The possibly record breaking temperature was recorded in Death Valley, California Possibly the highest temperature ever reliably measured on Earth – 54.4 ° C – may have been reached in California’s Death Valley National Park. The record is verified by the US National Weather Service. It is in the middle of a heat wave …

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The temperature in Death Valley rises to 54.4 ° C – possibly the hottest ever reliably recorded on US news

A temperature of 54.4 ° C (129.9 ° F) was recorded in Death Valley, California. Some extreme weather observers believe this could be the hottest reading ever reliably recorded on the planet. The United States National Weather Service’s automated weather station in Furnace Creek, near the Nevada border, hit its extreme high at 3:41 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, a statement …

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Death Valley reaches 130 degrees, the hottest temperature in the US for at least 107 years

On Sunday, the thermometer at Death Valley Furnace Creek in the deserts of Southern California rose to 130 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the NOAA Weather Prediction Center. If checked, it would be the hottest temperature recorded in the United States since 1913 and possibly the hottest temperature ever reliably measured in the world. The historical reading is only a small …

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A super elastic alloy with an almost unlimited temperature window

Mechanical properties of Fe-Mn-Al-Cr-Ni shape memory alloy system. Recognition: science (2020). DOI: 10.1126 / science.abc1590 A team of researchers from Tohoku University has developed a new type of superelastic alloy with a nearly unlimited superelastic window. In her article published in the magazine sciencethe group describes the properties of the new alloy and possible uses for it. Paulo La Roca …

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The science behind the butterfly look and body temperature: Shortwave: NPR

Monarch butterflies like this one in Temascaltepec, Mexico, use ultraviolet polarized light to find their way around in flight. Omar Torres / AFP via Getty Images Hide label Switch label Omar Torres / AFP via Getty Images Monarch butterflies like this one in Temascaltepec, Mexico, use ultraviolet polarized light to find their way around in flight. Omar Torres / AFP …

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Steps to superconductivity at room temperature

Layers of molybdenum carbide and molybdenum sulfide enable superconductivity at 50 percent higher temperatures. Photo credit: Elizabeth Flores-Gomez Murray / Penn State The ability to achieve superconductivity at room temperature has taken a tiny step forward when a team of Penn State physicists and materials scientists recently discovered. The surprising discovery was to layer a two-dimensional material called molybdenum sulfide …

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The Arctic has the hottest temperature ever when mercury reaches 100 ° F in the city of Verkhoyansk in Siberia

The Arctic has the hottest temperature ever when mercury reaches 100 ° F in the city of Verkhoyansk in Siberia In the Siberian city with 1,000 inhabitants, mercury shot up to 18 ° C above normal Scientists had predicted that the Arctic would not reach these levels until around 2100 Siberia is experiencing a heat wave with temperatures above 10 …

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The science of temperature is stranger than you think

The point I’m talking about in this section is that it is super easy to get things hot – because it is likely to happen anyway. Regardless of what you do, the temperature is likely to rise as your actions tend to transfer energy to other objects. How to make things colder But what about colder things? It turns out …

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Major U.S. airlines are advocating temperature testing for passengers

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A large U.S. airline trading group supported the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on Saturday, which checks the temperatures of passengers and customer-facing employees during the coronavirus pandemic. FILE PHOTO: Passengers walk through Terminal 1 after further coronavirus cases in New York have been confirmed on March 13, 2020 at JFK International Airport in New York, United …

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