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The air temperature of 95 degrees Celsius most often exists in the thermosphere layer of the atmosphere.
bec. of the gravity of the earth
Cold because the higher up you go in the atmosphere the colder it gets, but the warmest layer of the atmosphere is the thermoshere. Also a good indication of the temperature of a layer in the atmosphere is to look at the weather, because on a good sized mountain there is snow at the top.
Can you generalize that the higher the layer of the temperature that is close to the sun the hotter the temperature? Why or why not?
the density and temperature of the layers. The farther you go up, the less dense each layer is.
Temperature decreases as altitude increases.
A layer in the atmosphere in which temperature increases with altitude.
Every layer of the atmosphere changes in degree because the way solar energy is absorbed it moves downward through the atmosphere.
The only layer I could think of would be the Thermosphere. The reason why this part of the atmosphere is so hot is that it is the top layer of the atmosphere.
The atmosphere is NOT again I repeat NOT a layer. The layers are the exosphere, the thermosphere, the ionosphere, the mesosphere, the stratosphere, the ozonesphere, and the troposphere.
The way the layer interacts with solar radiation.