Death Valley: Immense Heat, Mysterious Boulders and Sand Dune Music, and Mineral Adapted Microbes Suitable for Mars

Death Valley, United States of America is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere, the driest place in the US, and holds the record for the hottest temperature ever recorded on the North American continent, a staggering 56.7 degrees Celsius recorded on July 10, 1913 in the Furnace Creek region. Telescope Peak towers over the valley at over 11,000’ above the desert floor. Despite being the first place in Death Valley to experience the sun each morning, it’s snow capped for 8 months of the year...

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