Technical Learning – What is Celsius?


Celsius is a scale (sometimes called Centigrade) that is used  as a unit of measurement for temperature.

The symbol of Celsius degrees is °C.

Celsius the scale was created by a Swedish astronomer called Anders Celsius.

The freezing point of water is zero degrees celsius (0 °C)

The boiling point of water is one hundred degrees celsius (100 °C)

Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion – 0 degrees Celsius is equal to 32 degrees Fahrenheit:

0 °C = 32 °F


Read more about Celsius here.