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The atmosphere is divided into five layers. It is thickest near the surface and thins out with height until it eventually merges with space. The layers from lowest to highest : - The Troposphere (up to 10 km) It's the atmosphere that surrounds us. On top of that comes... - The Stratosphere (10…-50 km) Very little oxygen or water vapor. Aircraft fly in the lower stratosphere. This is also where the ozone layer exists. On top of that comes... - The Mesosphere (50-80 km) This is where most meteors burn up, because the density is higher than the outer layers. On top of that comes... - The Thermosphere (80-650 km) Practically a vacuum. Includes the ionosphere (auroras) as well as space station orbits. On top of that comes... - The Exosphere (500-2000 km) The farthest any of Earth's atmosphere exists. Based on charged particles and not necessarily gas molecules, some atmospheric models combine the Exosphere into the Thermosphere, making the outermost layer the Magnetosphere, a vast region where atmospheric ions interact with the solar wind in space. (MORE)
The five layers of the atmosphere have different atmospherictemperature that occurs with increasing altitude. The layers alsothin out with height from the surface.
The thremosphere is the layer of the atmosphere that has two layers within it. The Thermosphere is the layer farthest from Earth's surface. The first layer of the thermosphere is the Ionosphere, and the second layer of the thermosphere is the exosphere
there are 6 layers troposphere(0to12km),stratosphere(12to50km),mesosphere(50to80km), thermoshere(above80km) which has 2 parts -ionoshere(80to400km) which is the inner one -exosheere(above400km)wich is the outer one
1. Troposphere (8-18km above Earth's surface). 2.Stratosphere (50km above Earth's Surface). 3. Mesosphere (50-85km). 4.Thermosphere (85-450km). 5.Exosphere (450-10,000km)
The ozone layer is found in the stratospheric region of theatmosphere. It protects us from the harmful UV radiations of thesun.
Yes. The atmosphere contains 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and the rest is made up of carbon dioxide, hydrogen, water vapor, argon, helium, and other noble gases.
It is because some layers have gases that have gases that easily absorb the Sun's energy while the other layer do not. So some layer become cold and some layers become warm or hot. Please see the wikipedia page on the Earth's Atmosphere at the link below.
The stratosphere has two layer parts that it is divided into. Ithas the stratosphere layer and the ozone layer.
not entirely sure what you're asking, but the earth's atmosphere is divided into sections base on the gases that compose of that section's density, with the most dense gases closest to earth and least dense furthest from earth's surface
Ozone is mostly present in the lower troposphere layer of theatmosphere. However, the ozone which helps in protecting us from the harmfulultraviolet radiations of the sun is present in stratosphere.
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The atmosphere of Venus consists mainly of carbon dioxide, and a small amount of nitrogen. The thick cloud cover is composed of sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid droplets. Due to the dense atmosphere, the surface temperature ranges from 750 to 930 degrees Fahrenheit (398 to 498 Celsius). The surface …pressure is 90 times that of Earth. That's like being one kilometer (more than half a mile) under the ocean. (MORE)
because the earth is the only planet that has life on it and the others don't but the scientists are researching if mars has earth and earth is located in the habitable zone and a little bit mars!
They are (from lowest altitude to highest) Troposphere, which ranges from about 0-10 km above Earth's surface, Stratosphere, which ranges from about 10-50 km above Earth's surface, Mesosphere, which ranges from about 50-85 km above Earth's surface, Thermosphere (largest), which ranges from ab…out 85-500 km above Earth's surface, and Exosphere, which ranges from 500 km above The ozone layer is in the stratosphere. (MORE)
The Thermosphere is divided into two layers IF your doing "NovaNET" or some other thing the answer is mesosphere .
because they are made up of gases and the gases protect the earths life forms.
The layers of atmosphere are different according to their functions. They are at different heights.
because more of your body heat is retained closer to the body instead of dissapearing into the cold outside air and the cold outside air has more problems getting closer to your body since it has to get thrugh all the layers
The ozone layer is present in the stratosphere region of theatmosphere. It protects us from the harmful UV radiations of thesun.
This "severe burning sunlight" is ultraviolet radiation. The ozone layer is located in the stratosphere, and protects Earth from this radiation. Without it, life on earth would not exist as we know it today.
Different layers of atmosphere protect us. They do it by blocking the unwanted radiations of the sun.
The different "layers" are classifications of horizontal sections of the atmosphere, volumes which exhibit different attributes. The high and low pressure regions are areas where the atmosphere is thicker or thinner.
The Earth's atmosphere is composed in FIVE different layers. The first one is the Troposphere, which is the closest to the Earth's surface. The second one is the stratosphere. The third atmosphere is called the mesosphere, which contains the coldest air temperature. The forth is thermosphere, whic…h contains the ionosphere that are made up of electrically charged particles ( note that the ionosphere is not one of the atmosphere). The last part of the atmosphere is the exosphere, which is the region of the space travel. It is also the furthest atmospheric layer from the Earth. (MORE)
No, it is a "sub-layer" mostly located within the stratosphere (app. 10-50 km above the Earth's surface), but exists in small quantities within all layers of the atmosphere. The Stratophere is the second-lowest layer of Earth's atmosphere and the ozone layer is located there.
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The layer of skin that is composed of several layers of different-shaped cells and is responsible for the growth of the epidermis is the?
The epidermis is divided into different layers: - Stratum corneum - Stratum lucidum - Stratum granulosum - Stratum spinosum - Stratum basale The stratum basale is made up of the cells which through mitosis replicate several times. Each of these cells goes up towards the surface by being… "pushed" by the new cells in formation. Stratum basale is the place of "birth" of the cells that compose the rest of layers which form the epidermis. (MORE)
The stratospheric layer contains it. It is the layer which contains maximum of it's concentration.
Because the internet is not homogeneous. Some segments of the internet are ethernet, some are SONET, ect. Some datalink layer protocols are more suited for one application than another. What links all these segments is the Network protocol. The network protocol used on the internet is IP.
The different layers of the atmoshpere are classified by their temperature the troposhere gets colder as you go up because you are going farter away from the earth. When you reach the stratosphere it gets warmer because the ozone layer and the mesoshere is freezing cold. and the thermoshere is for t…han 2000 F. (MORE)
You need to be much more specific with this question. there are many different types of fish with as many different reparation structures. If by several layers you simply mean multiple gill slits, the answer is simple: to maximize surface area. The more area there is for blood to come close enough t…o the water for gas exchange, the better a fish can breath. Fish have more than one pair of gill slits for the same reason we have large multi lobed lungs. If you are looking for a more detailed or specific answer, please ask a more detailed question. (MORE)
Having several layers of gills on the fish helps to increase the breathing rate of the fish.
There is precipitation in the troposphere, Your ears pop in the stratosphere, meteors burn up in the mesosphere, and you need a spacesuit by then, auroras form in the thermosphere, and the exosphere is the edge of the atmosphere and pure space, with very little molecules in this layer.
Ozone is triatomic oxygen. (It has three oxygen atoms). 'Normal'oxygen is diatomic. (It has two oxygen atoms)
The stratosphere includes the ozone layer. It protects us from theUV rays of the sun.
Space is a vacuum, so the astronauts would otherwise be exposed to extremes of temperature. The Sun's radiation in space is much greater than on Earth and would be far too hot. The vacuum of space, on the other hand, is effectively very cold. Another reason for the multiple layers is to prevent los…s of air from punctures caused by dust-sized micrometeorites, which can travel at high speeds through space. (MORE)
The coldest layer of the atmosphere is in the Mesosphere. This is because temperatures are decreasing as the Mesosphere extends upward above the Stratosphere. The air is thinner because the air particles are further apart. The next layer, known as the Thermosphere is the hottest layer. The reason wh…y this layer is so hot, is because it contains fewer air molecules then the other layers, making the air very thin and easy to warm. The Thermosphere is closest to the sun and most sensitive to solar energy which is why it gets hot very quickly. (MORE)
Ozone layer can be found in the stratospheric region of theatmosphere. These ozone molecules protect us from the fatal UVradiations from the sun.
The layer containing ozone gas in the stratosphere region of theearth is known as ozone layer. Ozone is the triatomic form ofoxygen.
Sections Section 1 - What are the Layers of the Atmosphere? Section 2 - Troposphere Section 3 - Stratosphere Section 4 - Tropopause Section 5- Ozone Layer Section 5 - Mesosphere Section 6 - Thermosphere Section 7 - Exosphere Section 8 - Summary . What are the Layers …of the Atmosphere? The Main Layers of the Atmosphere are... . Troposphere . Stratosphere . Mesosphere . Thermosphere Those are the main Layers of the atmosphere. If people want to know every layer of the atmosphere,here they are... . Troposphere . Stratosphere . Ozone Layer . Otosphere . Mesosphere . Thermosphere . Ionosphere (If corrected) . Exosphere Those layers are part of the Atmosphere,some say they have different layers and they say,those are not the layers of the atmosphere,and other commets. Mostly the Ozone layer is part of the Stratosphere Layer,and the Ionosphere (If corrected) is the Thermosphere,is part of the Thermosphere,or it is another layer of the atmosphere. . Troposphere The Troposphere is where we live in and where a lot of clouds and weather form. The top of the Troposphere is cold,the bottom or the ground of the Troposphere is warm or hot,so the higher you go,the colder it gets,the lower you go,the warmer or hotter it gets.For example:When you climb a mountain,it is very warm at the bottom,but when you keep climbing up,it gets colder,it is like ME (Mount Everest) the tallest mountain in the world. . Stratosphere The Stratosphere is the only layer that has the ozone layer,and nothing happens in that layer but it is the oppisite, the higher you go,the warmer or hotter it gets,the lower you go,the colder it is. There is another layer but it is a small layer of the atmosphere,it is called a Tropopause. . Tropopause The Tropopause is a little layer between the Troposphere and the Stratosphere,in fact, theres more tropopauses in all the layers,theres one between the Mesosphere and the Stratosphere,theres one between the Mesosphere and the Thermosphere,and the Exosphere might be a layer but it is way up but may have a Tropause,maybe theres a Tropopause between the Thermosphere and the Exosphere. . Ozone Layer The Ozone layer is where the suns energy is taken away but some get in the Earths Atmosphere,if the Ozone Layer was not there,we would had died thousands of years ago,and a lot of suns energy will go into the Earths Atmosphere. It is in the Stratosphere too,and it is not red,it is full of gasses. . Mesosphere The "Maybe only layer"that scientists know is the Mesosphere.The Mesosphere is a layer that scientists dont know very much then the other layers like the Troposphere and the Stratosphere,it is very far from earth and that is when the meteors burn up.There is only one cloud that not even the biggest cloud can go to the Mesosphere,the name of the cloud is, Noctilucent clouds. Those hardly go to the Mesosphere and maybe in the south and north pole have them,scientists use rockets that dont orbit to try to study the Mesosphere,it is very difficult to study the Mesosphere. . Thermosphere The Thermosphere is Greek for "Hot" and it is the hottest layer of the atmosphere. I know so little about the Thermosphere,even Scientists but they know about the Thermosphere then me so the Thermosphere is about 80 km long on earth,all the way to the Thermosphere.This Comment will improve but mostly only the section "Thermosphere" . Exosphere The highest/outermost of which is the exosphere at approximately 600 km above Earth's surface. The exosphere is very thin and is mainly made up of hydrogen and helium, the lightest gases (there is also some carbon dioxide and oxygen). Towards the top, the molecules of the exosphere are so far apart that there is no clear boundary between the exosphere and outer space; some scientists even consider it part of outer space. Some molecules that are traveling fast enough escape into space, while others are pulled back by gravity, but the molecules in the exosphere do not usually collide with each other because it is so low-density. Stiil some times it is true.Plus is where near satellites are and when the rocket ships finally get out of Earth's Atmosphere. . Summary Today we learned about the Layers of the Atmosphere and facts about it,we even learned the three or two layers that we know very little,and we talked about a lot about them,only the thermosphere we talked a little bit and maybe another one.See ya Next time! Celestal101Asker Improvements will come in this Answer... (MORE)
The ozone layer can be found in the stratospheric region of theatmosphere. It protects us from the fatal UV radiations coming fromthe sun.
The Troposphere is the first layer above the surface that contains half of earths atmosphere , and it's where weather occurs.
The ozone layer can be found in the stratospheric region of theatmosphere. It protects us from the harmful ultraviolet radiationsof the earth.
The four layers that constitute the earths atmosphere in order from space to the earths surface are as follows: Inosphere (aka. Aurora) @ 350km, Mesosphere @ 90-350km, Stratosphere @ 50-90km, and Troposhere @18-50km. It's composition is 79% Nitrogen, 20% Oxygen, and 1% other gases.
The ozone layer can be found in the stratospheric region of theearth. It is located above troposphere and protects us from harmfulrays of the sun.
What are the different layer in the atmosphere according to chemical composition as per survey conducted by NASA?
there are five layer.... 1. . Troposphere . 2. . Stratosphere . 3. . Mesosphere . 4. . Thermosphere . 5. . Exosphere .
The ozone layer is in the stratosphere. It is one of the layer of atmosphere.
Density of air decreases on increasing height, hence we categorize the atmosphere into different layers from Troposhere to Ionosphere at particular kilometers respectively.
Mainly, feathers, since some mammals can fly, and lay eggs. Alsosome other creatres can fly. So the most distinguishing featureabout birds is their feathers.
The upper layer is different from the bottom layer because the bottom layer has more gualities to a living thing than the upper layer.