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What is the magnetosphere?

Magnetosphere The area around the Earth that extends beyond the atmosphere iscalled the Magnetosphere. The Magnetosphere beginsat approximately 1000 km and extends thousa (MORE)
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What does the magnetosphere do?

The magnetosphere protects a planet from solar winds or solar radiation by its magnetic fields produced by its iron core. A planet can only have a magnetosphere if its core co (MORE)

Which atmosphere layer is the magnetosphere?

  A magnetosphere is the region around an astronomical object in which phenomena are dominated or organized by its magnetic field. Earth is surrounded by a magnetosphere, (MORE)

What does the magnetosphere attract?

The Magnetosphere is that area of space, around a planet, that is controlled by the planet's magnetic field. The shape of the Earth's magnetosphere is the direct result of bei (MORE)
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How does the magnetosphere happen?

If we did not have the Magnetosphere we would die from harmful Solar Wind that the Magnetosphere blocks. The Magnetosphere is like our personal shield along with our atmosphe (MORE)
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How does the mantle form the magnetosphere?

The mantle does not form the magnetosphere. The magnetosphere is formed in the outer liquid iron core. Because it is a liquid it can flow, and the flow of this liquid iron is (MORE)

What is magnetosphere temperature?

The magnetosphere is the magnet field emanating from the molten iron core of the planet out into space. It has no physical form and therefore has no temperature.
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What is a benefit of the magnetosphere?

It deflects the solar wind which in turns lowers atmospheric loss  significantly. In planets like Mars whose magnetoshperes are not as  strong or large as the Earth's, most (MORE)
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What is temperature at Magnetosphere?

The magnetosphere is the magnet field emanating from the molten iron core of the planet out into space. It has no physical form and therefore has no temperature.
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