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I was thinking about how asteroids get "burned" up in the upper atmosphere as they approach the earth surface due to the atmosphere of earth heating the asteroids immensely as a result of air compression which is nothing strange.
This however seems opposite of things I observe day to day. While I am travelling in my car I open my window, and to my surprise the car became very chilly and I develop goosebumps (body response to cold), so I am inclined to think that the temperature of my body dropped slightly as a result of me travelling in our Air.
This creates a sort of paradox, for a person travelling at asteroid-speeds s\he would say that as we speed up we heat the objects up, but for a person who travels at day-to-day speeds they would say as we increase in speed we cool things down, but both cannot be correct so who is correct?
So my question is at what speed does temperature raise and not fall as we travel through air? And if so why is that?