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To help compare different orders of magnitude this page lists temperatures between 100 kelvin and 1000 kelvin.

  • Temperatures lower than 100 K
  • 100 K is equivalent to:
    • -173.15 °C
  • 125 K -- -148 °C -- superconductivity point of Tl-Ba-Cu-oxide
  • 143 K -- -130 °C -- mean surface temperature of Saturn
  • 152 K -- -121 °C -- mean surface temperature of Jupiter
  • 194.6 K -- -78.5 ° C -- sublimation point of carbon dioxide (dry ice)
  • 210 K -- -63 °C -- mean surface temperature of Mars
  • 234.32 K -- -38.83 °C -- melting point of mercury
  • 255.37 K -- -17.18 °C -- 0 °F
  • 273.15 K -- 0 °C -- 32 °F -- melting point of water
  • 282 K -- 9 °C -- mean surface temperature of Earth
  • 293 K -- 20 °C -- 68 °F -- room temperature
  • 310 K -- 37 °C -- 98.6 °F -- human body temperature
  • 373 K -- 100 °C -- boiling point of water
  • 400 K -- 127 °C -- max. temperature at Concorde nose tip
  • 452 K -- 179 °C -- mean surface temperature of Mercury
  • 600.65 K -- 327.50 °C -- melting point of lead
  • 737 K -- 464 °C -- mean surface temperature of Venus
  • 933.47 K -- melting point of aluminium
  • 1000 K is equivalent to:
    • 727.15 °C
  • Temperatures higher than 1000 K

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