- n. Plural form of degree Fahrenheit.
“Clouds of sulfuric acid, temperatures of up to 878 degrees Fahrenheit 470 degrees CelsiusThe seas have dried up and the atmosphere is so thick, sunlight cant break through.”
“These clouds are so dense that they trap heat, making Venus the hottest planet in the Solar System, with surface temperatures of up to 878 degrees Fahrenheit 470 degrees Celsiusso hot that lead would melt there.”
“Preliminary data suggests that temperatures below 28 degrees Fahrenheit allow the zinc oxide residue in the C-12B stacks to conduct a false signal ... if there's enough static discharge ... theoretically ... ”
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