[aprssig] Accuracy of data on APRS
w7ts at comcast.net
Sun Jun 10 19:07:45 CDT 2007
One problem with this discussion. Us yanks are left out in the cold with these
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[mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of Ray Wells
Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2007 17:37
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Subject: Re: [aprssig] Accuracy of data on APRS
Google for the lowest temperature on earth. It was at the Russian
Antarctic base and got down to -89 Celsius (they also had an unofficial
You'd need a refrigerator to stop your beer from freezing.
Ben Lindner wrote:
> Hi Ray,
> thanks for pointing that out, will make a note of that for future
> reference :-) . Down South Aussie way, I dont think our thermometers
> go that low
> Ben Lindner
> Ray Wells wrote:
>> Ben Lindner wrote:
>>> Hi Richard,
>>> In Australia NO place gets down to -17deg celcius, even in our
>>> Alpine regions. So -17 is definitely "rubbish"
>>> Ben Lindner
>> Actually, the lowest recorded temperature for mainland Australia
>> (i.e. excluding Antarctic territories) was back in 1994 at Charlottes
>> Pass (near Australia's highest mountain, Mt Kosciuszko) when the
>> mercury dipped to -23 Celsius.
>> For Queensland, the lowest recorded was -10.6 Celsius.
>> Isn't Google wonderful!!
>> Ray vk2tv
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