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Top 10 Hottest Temperatures Ever Recorded Anywhere on Earth

 Top 10 Temperatures Recorded Anywhere on Earth! Pakistan  - In 2010 Pakistan recorded one of the highest temperatures in the world but also the hottest reliably measured temperature ever recorded in Asia. at 128.3 °F or 53.5 °C . Kuwait - The Middle-eastern climate is world-renowned for its scorching temperatures, partly owed to its arid environment, relatively low exposure to coast lines and generally low-lying land which air can flow over with ease. Israel   - The Middle-east tends to dominate many temperature records and Israel is certainly no exception. Iran  - Iran is an extremely dry and hot country for the most part. Timbuktu, Mali  - Temperature records only edge up slightly when you get to this point and as readings grow ever closer, accuracy becomes ever-more important. 

Kebili, Tunisia   - Tunisia has the mediterranean sea to the North, with hot, humid air, and desert in its inland areas. Ghadames, Libya  - Ghadamè is known as 'the pearl of the desert' and features beautiful middle-eastern architecture that stands in a sand-blasted oasis. Furnace Creek, Death Valley  - Ask most people where they think the hottest place on Earth is and they’ll most likely reply ‘Death valley’. Satellite temperatures   - Taking temperature readings isn’t as simple as leaving a thermometer somewhere and taking a reading from it. Ground temperatures  - One step higher than satellite temperatures are ground temperatures. Whilst satellite temperatures record temperatures which are resulting from reflected solar radiation directly from the surface, ground temperatures are measured directly below the ground.

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