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Epsilon Leonis has a surface temperature of between 5,200 to 6,000 Kelvin.

The core temperature is the internal temperature of the body and the surface temperature is the outside of the body temperature e.g., skin.

as we know the relation between surface tension and temperature is inverse, and that of temperature and density also has inverse proportion, then it is clear that the '''surface tension is directly proportion to the density'''.

The temperature on the surface of Europa is between 50 and 125 degrees Kelvin.

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The oceans surface water temperature varies with the amount of solar radiation received, which is primarily a function of latitude.

what is the sirius surface temperature

Why do they have different surface temperature

The surface is between 33-55 kelvins.

Surface temperature, Weight of the object, Roughness of surface and the object

Surface temperature? Saturn probably doesn't HAVE a "surface".

The surface temperature is about 12,500 Kelvin.

No. The mean surface temperature on Saturn is 134º K The mean surface temperature on Earth is 282.4º K

Mean surface temperature (day)107°CMean surface temperature (night)-153°CMaximum surface temperature123°CMinimum surface temperature-233°C

The Gulf of Mexico covers a surface area of 1.5 million sq km, and the Persian Gulf covers a surface area of 260,000 sq Km

humdidity and the temperature differental between the air and the surface on which the condensation collects.

there are vanderwaals forces between the moleculs and a solid surface.

Saturn has the coldest surface temperature.

Mercury with a surface temperature of 700K in the daytime and 100K in the night

The surface of the Sun is about 5,000 oC hotter than the temperature necessary to melt rock.

The angle of insolation into a surface is largest when the surface directly faces the Sun. That coincides with the temperature rising. So the angle of insolation goes up as the temperature goes up.

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