Parts Of The U.S. And Canada Are Colder Than Mars Today
And also parts of the northern U.S.! Insert the "I Don't Want to Live on this Planet Anymore" GIF right here.
That's right! On Sunday, Earth's good friend Curiosity Rover was checking out Mount Sharp on the red planet and reported back a temperature of 21.2° fahrenheit.
Back on Earth, our pals in Canada are faring a tad worse, with temps in Toronto at about 16 and Ottawa at -3.
And way up in bitterly cold Iqaluit, where it's -15, Mars is probably looking real nice.
But before you book your SpaceX flight, remember a few things:
The global average temperature on Mars is about -67°...
...with lows of -202°C in some parts...
...and a thin atmosphere that will most certainly choke you to death.
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