Temperature of Mars:
Lowest: -83 degrees Celsius
Average: -67 degrees Celsius
Highest: 20 degrees Celsius
-125°C (-193°F) to 25°C (77°F)
the answer is 37 degrees
Kelvin Celsius Fahrenheit
hotter than the mantle.
Solid. Not to be put in water (But fun) :)
Its temerature increases.
actually its called temperature smart one
the temperature in Germany is about 70 degrees to 90 degrees.
Between 54 and - 89 degrees celsius
If you keep it dry and room temerature, decades.
According to Wikipedia, this is estimated at 15.7 million kelvin.
temerature, weather and pressure
100 degrees Centigrade or 212 degrees Fahrenheit
at normal atmospheric temperature (in plains) it boils at 100oC
i already told you hot cold and all that other stoff