The layers of atmosphere and what they do.

This is the five layers of the atmosphere the layers are called Thermosphere, Mesosphere, Stratosphere, and Troposphere. The layers of earth help keep us safe.

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This time we are about to talk about the first layer of the atmosphere and the first layer of the atmosphere is called Exosphere. The first layer of the atmosphere is very important because they keep us safe form space junk and all the other stuff.

We are going to talk about the 2nd layer of the atmosphere. The 2nd layer of the atmosphere is called thermosphere. I think the 2nd layer of the atmosphere is very important because if the space junk and all that other stuff get past the first layer the 2nd layer will brake the space junk down or it will melt it away.

This time I am going to talk about the 3rd layer of the atmosphere the third layer of the is one of the most important layers because if it past the third layer it is getting to the Earth. The mesosphere lies beyond the stratosphere. It extends from the stratopause to about 49.7 miles (80 kilometers) above the Earth. In this layer, the air is very thin.

This time we are going to talk about the 4th layer of the atmosphere.The next layer is the thermosphere, which is also referred to as the upper atmosphere. This layer extends from, the mesopause, i.e., 52.8 miles and 62 miles (85 to 100 kilometers) above the surface of the Earth to the space. The temperature in the thermosphere increases and it can be higher than 2732º F (1,500º C).

This time  I are talking about the 5th layer.From ionosphere (621 miles or 1,000 kilometers), the exosphere stretches into the space. The thermosphere and exosphere meet at thermophere which is also called the exobase. Thermophere lies    between 155 to 310 miles (250 to 500 kilometers) above the earth surface. It is calculated that exosphere sides (lower limit) with the thermosphere at around 310 to 620 mile (500 to 1,000 kilometers) above the Earth's surface.

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