Iran: The barren desert called Dasht-e-Lut is located in Iran which is also called the 25th largest desert in the world. But according to some reports, it is one of the hottest places in the world and the temperature recorded here is 70 degrees Celsius.
In Persian, Lot (Lot) is called a barren desert. According to scientists, it was the ocean floor millions of years ago that rose above the movements of tectonic plates. Gradually, its water evaporated and disappeared, leaving a salty field.
It is now spread over an area of 52,000 square kilometers where air from the Arabian Sea and the Atlantic Ocean cannot reach it, which is why stepping here in summer is like stepping on a burning stove.
Although the US Death Valley, some deserts in California, Azizia in Libya, and one in Ethiopia have been named the hottest places in the world, NASA itself has confirmed the highest temperature in the desert.
From 2003 to 2010, NASA’s Aqua satellite recorded temperatures in various parts of the world. In 2005, the satellite recorded a temperature of about 70.7 degrees Celsius. Similarly, the imaging spectrometer also said that for five consecutive years out of seven, this region was also the hottest region in the world.
The wheat brian area is the hottest here because the 480 square kilometers of black rock created by the volcanic process absorb sunlight and burns like coal. In Persian, wheat brian is called cooked wheat. It is said that if wheat is scattered here, it will ripen in a few days.
But despite being the warmest place, there are still surviving plants in all the tributaries, including 10-foot-tall trees. According to NASA, if an egg is thrown on a rock here in summer, it will be cooked.