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posted by Dave .
At an altitude of 18.40 Km the temperature is 147.54K and at 78.11 Km it is 567.00K, What is the temperature at 61.5 Km?

I have no idea what model you are using for the temperature of high altitudes.
Whatever it is, it is an odd one.
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