What is the blanket of gases that surround the earth?
The 'blanket of gasses' that surounds the Earth is called the atmosphere
Internal Heat is a form of hot gas that is hot because it is not exposed to the atmosphere. It is a bit like a blanket. The greenhouse gases act as a blanket and do not let heat trapped in the Earth out or cold air from the solar system. If the greenhouse gases were not there then lots of air from space would enter the earth and therefore earth would be around 15 degrees…
The biosphere rely on other spheres because the biosphere need all three spheres to live (geosphere/lithosphere, the hydrosphere, and the atmosphere). The lithosphere is is the mostly solid, rocky part of earth. The hydrosphere is the part of earth that is water. Also the atmosphere is a mixture of mostly invisible gases that surround earth those gases are nitrogen, oxygen, and other gases. About 78% of earth is nitrogen, 21% oxygen and other gases 1%.
It originates from Greek atmos meaning 'vapour' and sphaira meaning 'ball or globe'. The Earth's atmosphere is a thin layer of gases that surrounds the Earth. It composed of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0.9% argon, 0.03% carbon dioxide, and trace amounts of other gases. Because that is what the layer of gases that surround an astronomical body are called.
The layers of the atmosphere help protect the earth, like a blanket. The ozone layer protects the Earth from dangerous UV rays from the sun The atmosphere prevents meteors from striking the Earth. The atmosphere also keeps what helps us stay alive inside of the Earth, for example oxygen. The greenhouse gases in the atmosphere absorb the sun's heat, radiated from the surface of the earth, and keep the planet warm enough for life.