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Which is the coldest place in the world?

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which is the coldest place in the world?, urgent please. thanks in advance
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In terms of a natural place, it would be Antartica. According to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (http://www.magnet.fsu.edu/mediacenter/factsheets/numbers.html), the coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth (in nature) was -89°C (-129°F). However, the coldest man-made temperature at the Magnet Lab (in the High B/T Facility at the University of Florida) was -272°C (-459°F). So, the coldest place in the world would be the Magnet Lab at the University of Florida.

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It is in the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at the University of Florida, where -272 degrees Celsius (-459 degrees Fahrenheit) was created. According to their site, the coldest temperature in nature is -89 degrees Celsius (-129 degrees degrees Fahrenheit) which was reached in Antarctica. Check out their site at: http://www.magnet.fsu.edu/mediacenter/factsheets/numbers.html

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The coldest place on earth is Antarctica. Scientists had found that the temperature in Antarctic region can reach up to -89 degree C or 129 degree F making the the region as the coldest in the world.

The site where the lowest temperature was recorded is Australian Antarctic Territory.

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The Bose Einstein condensation was first produced by Eric Cornell and Carl Wieman when they plunged the temperature of 2000 rubidium atoms to a billionth of a degree above absolute zero. This experiment was conducted at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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Sometimes it feels like Ireland :)

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Antarctica

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Antartica

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