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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #97 to #25 - thatguythatlaughs
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ok, the k is before the degree symbol.
15k=15000 degrees of what i assume is Fahrenheit.
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User avatar #28 to #25 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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15 degrees Kelvin?
User avatar #62 to #28 - veneficium
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actually, you don't put the degree symbol for Kelvin, so it's still the same unit as the previous 2, whether it's in Fahrenheit or Celsius, it's still really hot
User avatar #73 to #62 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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Celsius is near twice as hot as Fahrenheit at that rating.
User avatar #46 to #28 - ReturnDarkKnight
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Yes
User avatar #30 to #28 - thatguythatlaughs
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15000 degrees. of something i dont know if F or C. But the K isnt after the degree symbol
User avatar #35 to #30 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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I'm pretty sure it's Fahrenheit, considering those other temperatures. But who knows, maybe Alderaan is usually 72 Kelvin?
#37 to #35 - anon id: 25921a0a
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Alderaan is inhabited by humans, and there are no known alien species known in the lore that could survive in that temperature anyway.
#79 to #37 - demonthefox
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They were not humans >-> This was in a galaxy far far away and a long long time ago... before humans came to be
User avatar #42 to #37 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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Do tardigrades exist in SW lore?
#33 to #30 - anon id: 25921a0a
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probably Fahrenheit, as 74 is a livable temperature on that scale.