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In the winter, the overall clime is colder and when the mercury drops to 15 degrees C,one feels the pinch of cold, whereas during summer the entire clime is hot and makes little difference even when mercury shows l5 degrees C, as the hot clime absorbs the cold effect partially.
The specific heat temperature of mercury is 14 degrees Celsius. Comparably, the specific temperature of water is 417.9 degrees and air is 101 degrees.
Yes, mercury (Hg) freezes at about -39 degrees Celsius (-38 Fahrenheit)
yes it is hot.
Hot and cold are comparative terms. 36 degrees F is considerably colder than 36 degrees C
427 degrees Celsius.:)
The surface of mercury can get as hot as 380 degrees Kelvin, which is 107 degrees C or 224 degrees F.
yes it is very hot and very cold on Mercury it is about -180 to 430 degrees
Mercury has no real atmosphere and the temperature on the surface is from 80,000 to 700,000 degrees.
Mercury boils @ 356.73 degrees Celsius according to our Friends at Wikipedia
No, mercury does not become solid in hot temperature and liquid in coolest temperature. But mercury becomes gas or liquid in hot temperature and becomes solid in coolest temperature. Mercury becomes solid after freezing point of -38.72 degrees Celsius. Solid Mercury can become superconductor in reaching of its critical temperature 4.2 K. Mercury is liquid under the room temperature (25 degrees Celsius). Mercury becomes gas after boiling point of 357 degrees Celsius.
The core of the planet Mercury is thought to be something on the order of 4000 degrees Fahrenheit. Investigation into the internal structure of Mercury is continuing.
Approximately -184 degrees facing away from the sun and about 427 degrees facing the sun, we do not have an accurate temperature because if an astronaut was to land on Mercury, he would drop dead when he gets 80 miles close to Mercury.
Mercury is A planet that nobody has been on it is far to hot. Plus it can get up to over many degrees C or F and Mercury is a gas planet so even the stuff on Mercury has a hard time sheilding it's way from the sun.
Mercury is 400 degrees in the day time and minus 180 degrees at night time
No, Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. It is very hot and rocky, there is no atmosphere and it is the smallest because Pluto is no longer known as a planet. Mercury is 430 degrees during the day and -170 degrees at night. The sky is black on Mercury and it would take ~4 months to reach Mercury. I hope this answers many of your Mercury questions. I collected my information in a book from the library.
It gets to approximately 430 degrees Celsius.