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The exosphere is the layer of the atmosphere 500km above Earth. It basically marks the end of Earth's atmosphere. There are very few air molecules in the exosphere.

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Q: What layer of the atmosphere begins at about 500km above earth?
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What layer is found at 500km above the earth' s surface?

The Thermosphere is the fourth layer of the Earth's Atmosphere. It starts at approximately 90 km above the earth and continues up to 500 km. The Exosphere is the uppermost layer of the Earth's atmosphere. It starts at about 500-1000 km above the earth and continues up to 10000 km.


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