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Zu Besuch am HEISSESTEN Ort der Welt (70.7°C) WÜSTE LUT

Aug 27, 2022

Zu Besuch am HEISSESTEN Ort der Welt (70.7°C) WÜSTE LUT

hello everyone i'm to janet we are heading to the hottest place on the planet and the lud desert is mostly inaccessible to humans due to its unbearable temperatures and lack of resources such as water the medium resolution imaging spectrometer on the aqua satellite the nasa recorded that the hottest land surface in the world is in the lud desert where temperatures of 70.7 degrees celsius were reached in 2005 the huge salt desert has many mysterious places wigan dornbirn the hottest point on the planet where 70.7 degrees celsius was measured from space became a huge plateau that is covered with dark volcanic rock and is said to be home to no life for several years nasa has had to measure the surface temperature there and has repeatedly set record values ​​in this hell where the planet is roasted by the sun we will take pictures that we have never seen before have seen our first stop is harm the last town before the desert which lies in an oasis in the west her life is normal thanks to the altitude the air temperature here is 37 degrees celsius we have a long way to go and the weather will get warmer and warmer before we enter the desert see how the centuries-old caravanserai a pity but the today is a ruin with these videos the temple as well as never going back and hopes to have something under this load of me despite the company which want but the ps avo shows based on the bankruptcy issued the desert lud is also considered to be one of the driest regions in the world in general there is less than 30mm of rainfall per year and this small amount of rainwater just flows down the surrounding mountains and quickly evaporates many salty lakes have dried up completely in the scorching heat unfortunately even passing migratory birds find no shade to offer them shelter and then they do see the big mistake and drink the water from these salty ones with which you unfortunately with yours m pay for life that shows that nature has no mercy i don't know what kind of bird that is it's no longer recognizable let's continue to advance in the desert let's lower the tire pressure of the cars so that they don't burst in the rough terrain conditions we stand only at the beginning of the trail let's measure the ground temperature 63.7 degrees celsius i don't know what will happen in a few hundred kilometers in the shade it's now 45 degrees celsius and it's still early in the day after an arduous two-hour drive into the heart of the desert we finally reached the central point this place has one of the lowest altitudes and is currently the hottest place in the desert loaded if we stay outdoors for more than two minutes no part of the body may be exposed, not even the hands when we got out of the vehicle around 12 o'clock we wanted to measure the ground temperature first our infrared thermometer showed 66.9 degrees celsius 66.3 and 68.2 degrees celsius after only z two minutes of laser thermometer measurement, the device shows an error due to the high temperature, our one thermometer, however, shows 69.6 degrees celsius our guide feared that we could get stuck in the sand and quickly got out of the vehicle the further we got from the center of the desert approaching the harsher the conditions are out here there are kalus that we haven't seen anywhere quite private is tamedia with marica it's hard to breathe it's hard to swallow my mouth is dry the red line of the thermometer got stuck it doesn't move so we can't measure anymore it shows over 50 degrees that's that the reader thermometer also that doesn't work anymore it just often measured 69 degrees but now there's only an error message that's immersing mr meter here the temperature is 52 degrees celsius our guide says we'll keep going but even in this area it's hard to breathe when we open the window opening it up the air in our face feels like a hair dryer off we just wanted a little cool down but it only makes it worse the floor is like a pan on a stove the ambiance is like an oven that has to be the point where it really it gets suffocating it feels like the hot air is squeezing our throats air and surface temperature are two different things would surface temperature show the values ​​for the sand indicates air temperature shows the values ​​at least 1.5 meters above the sand usually the surface temperature is higher when the air temperature i'm trying our friend's shoe melted his sole slipped the floor is about 70 degrees and we're not at the hottest spot yet if we don't use film we protect our cameras in the freezers where we also store our water otherwise they always hold out. our mobile phones become unusable every now and then, even though I wa my two liters keep filling my bag and keep drinking water i can't quench my thirst it's now 2:15 p.m. we're going to the endless desert to see how far we can walk the west of the desert is a low-lying region with an altitude of up to to 150 meters and strong winds the wind erosion forms kalou structures that are up to 150 meters high and can be seen for many kilometers in the region there are also up to 75 meter high vintage parallel ridges and other geo climatic formations although the wind here is very strong the sand is firm boiling hot i even find it difficult to step on my feet the heat of the ground burns my feet even though i have thick soles i can feel the heat temperature readings are taken in shaded areas by meteorological stations there is no working weather station here so we are doing this unofficially and create our own shadow in the shade near kalou 2 a strong wind we couldn't see the 52 degrees we saw in the sun an hour ago the temperature is now 47 3 degrees but innocent winds can turn into sandstorms during the day the wind makes our long term increases our thirst also the sun's rays bouncing off the sand make it difficult to see this is even worse i feel like i am blind there is too much light glasses are really necessary without them it would be impossible to see anything they also protect against sand storms from the side however we haven't hit the hottest point yet i guess those temperatures are five to six degrees higher there from 50 degrees it gets harder to measure the temperature with every degree metal objects are too hot to hold and some objects can even melt a temperature increase from 50 to 51 degrees is very different than an increase from 30 to 31 power it brings the resilience to our limits as the hour progresses the wind strength to these are signs of a night sand rose after the landscape has darkened under the red bars you have a noiseless it more in hours of worry you also lie motionless despairing the ground everywhere after the landscape has darkened it could be a sandstorm finally we can in the cool of the take a deep breath in the shade now we heat food on the sandy floor temperature of 70 degrees prepares our food thank you very much we live in the shade it is about 15.30 we have no more energy it is as if the sun gives us energy space we eat a local iranian court called urbasik they were ceded which mankind may have entered again before that is an interesting feeling these depths of the desert are not also visited maybe only by a few people we are next to a cold and watch the turn sides how they fell they are a very hard huge piece now we want to go back to the campsite our ga nz's water is empty look, our footprints have almost disappeared we're about three hours on the road every place looks the same and we don't know where we've already passed the sun has already set a bit and the temperature is slowly dropping I think we're about now 45 degrees a desert is like an endless road no matter where you look there are thousands of roads covered with sand everywhere we don't know the direction here is lost some migratory birds fly here and because of the great heat they can't find their way out of the desert but when they get out of the sky traps they contribute to the ecological balance grasshoppers and desert foxes also belong to them finally we make our way north where we want to spend the night protected from the legal sandstorm when it has cooled down at 19 30 so far that we can take off our hats the wind picks up and we hope that there won't be a sandstorm luckily we are safe at this altitude like geni eat the sunset before the big day tomorrow i have prepared a lightful one to show that there is quite life in the desert lud let's see what animals are coming the information about the biodiversity in this region is limited but besides the sparse vegetation in the north there is a lot species to see including desert foxes, snakes, lizards in loriots and dippers in many sources it is expressly stated that in gando merian, the hottest region that we will reach tomorrow at noon, no living creature lives this tree is the tree as you can see there is a lot of sand underneath it the many sand disturbances that accumulate the sand at the roots the tree grows on top of this sand, so to speak small epker trees one of the few plants that survive this unfavorable location of the desert the hills on which they will stand are everywhere growing with them pedophile acquaintances in this region even people who have been roaming around with camels for years hardly have them survived written legends according to weeks of travel even the camels just crawled trembling on their knees realistic looking fata morgana were also very confusing for many adventurers have you ever been to gando merian in the summer so has oh yes is there anyone coming here in june it there are rumors of a caravan that had to leave their load of wheat on the ground when they returned a few days later with rested camels their wheat scaffolding canton bern means roasted wheat in persian the surrounding sand dunes and mountains keep the hot air on the ground through the low altitude makes it difficult for the air to rise and cool down the dark color of the volcanic rock on the surface makes the sun almost on our way to kandern merian we find two abandoned motorcycles we have no idea what happened to the riders in that hell as the next settlement miles away is tourists coming to cool mona ten like december january and february here but in june july and august a visit is strictly forbidden by the iranian government i only need two hours to film here i want to examine the stones how long can we stand here now you go back only 200 meters we've been here for centuries an hour later we want it to be maybe two hours later thank you from this point on no part of my body should be endless time since the first analysis nasa has released a new satellite software version which leads to speculation that the surface temperature in the desert lad could now be even higher in the scientific journal wolle nevertheless the american meteorological society published in may 2021 that temperatures in the desert lad can even reach up to 80 8 degrees celsius we put meat on the dashboard of the car and off we went time and our resources are limited we have to sen so people organized quickly and well and can you hear me yes i will call every ten minutes somewhere there is shade everything is covered with stones and rocks the stones are so hot that you can't touch them with your bare hands this place is like that strange and welcoming a huge expanse reminiscent of mars we feel like we landed on another planet here we come to the hottest place on our planet i can't believe it i don't know how long we can stand it here everywhere it is very hot i can feel the heat in my feet the whole ground is black and burning the mountains go even further the place over there looks like it is on fire i don't know if you see the heat rising the mountains are closing the hot air here so that it can't escape that's why it's so hot here the dark rocks and the forest structure absorb the sun's rays even more biert this place is hell now we go for a walk and have to take a walk in the temperature the high temperature of the dry surface strains the entire stamina and strength of a human being even plants like cacti don’t grow here at all many sources say that they can’t survive here estimated that these basalt remnants were formed by magnetic activity some two million years ago as the release of gas in the lava caused pores to form in the rocks these were about to unofficially measure one of the highest temperatures ever recorded on earth as our friends leave would we have no way of getting out we are in a place totally against human nature many articles state that there is no living being in the canton of bern we are in the hottest place on earth right now at the hottest time of the season and the hottest hour of the day I have to be very careful with my water now i measure the temperature at a height of one meter above the ground in the shade that's why we don't have an umbrella with us for ourselves it's manoeuvrable here but just because it's windy doesn't mean it's cool the wind blows it
zu besuch am heissesten ort der welt 70 7 c w ste lut
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