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Verkhoyansk, RussiaTired of sweating? Imagine living in Verkhoyansk, a town 1,500 miles south of the North Pole in the Siberian wilderness. This town of 1,311 people — which once housed political exiles — gets extreme arctic temperatures that stay below freezing from October to April. In January, the average temperature is minus 50.4 degrees Fahrenheit. The all-time low was minus 90.

Colors of the North Pole.

Santa's Workshop, North Pole, NY – 1954

North Pole -- cold and lonely... <3

from Fast Company

Saturn's North Pole Has "Hexagonal" Storms That Look Like This

NASA's Cassini spacecraft, armed with specialized wide- and narrow-field lenses, has taken the best images to date of a unique jet stream in Saturn's...