Compare temperatures in different units with the body temperature of humans and the average temperatures of space, Earth and Sun. Internationally, temperature is commonly measured in degrees Celsius or centigrade, whereas many English speaking countries prefer Fahrenheit. Scientifically, Kelvin is used, which also is the only unit to compare temperatures. This is, because the Kelvin scale, unlike the other scales, has a real zero.
Please enter one value, the other values will be calculated.
Example: the boiling point of water is 1.2 times higher as the average human body temperature.
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