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# The is the sequence of conditions that water passes through in the atmosphere and on earth's surface?

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### The sequence of conditions through which water passes in the atmosphere and on Earth's surface is called the?

Water cycle is correct!

water cycle.

### How does the location of water on earth's surface and the conditions of the atmosphere affect its path through stages of the water cycle?

The water in large water bodies evaporate easily through sunlight. The condition of atmosphere also affect the path of watercycle. In cold weather conditions, less amount of water gets evaporated and so on.

### Can meteors get through the atmosphere?

Small meteors may burn up as they travel through the atmosphere, but larger ones do get through the atmosphere and land on the surface of the Earth.

### When a rocket is launched which sequence of atmospheric layers does it travel through?

When a rocket is launched, it travels through atmosphere. It has to travel through all layers.

evaperation

the atmosphere

Gravity.

### Does xrays go through earths atmosphere?

No, the earth's atmosphere reflects and absorbs x-rays, so they do not make it to the surface.

### How does the location of water on earth's surface and the condition of the atmosphere affect it's path through stages of the water cycle?

The water in large water bodies evaporate easily through sunlight. The condition of atmosphere also affect the path of watercycle. In cold weather conditions, less amount of water gets evaporated and so on.

### How and why does solar altitude affect the intensity of solar radiation received at the Earth s surface?

The higher in the sky the sun is the more solar radiation received at the surface. This is because as the sun gets higher in the sky, there is less atmosphere blocking the sun's rays. Imagine the sun going through the atmosphere at a 90 degree angle. The thickness of the atmosphere let say is x thick. As the sun hit the surface at a lower angle, the thickness of the atmosphere has to go through more atmosphere to get to the surface. So the thicker atmosphere blocks more of the sun's rays.

### What in the atmosphere asorbs energy?

The atmosphere is transparent to the visible light of the Sun. So it passes right through, only to get absorbed by the surface of the Earth.