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Mesosphere is the layer that protects you from meteors by burning them all. This layer lies directly above stratosphere and below the mesopause. In this layer of earth, the temperature is low and the altitude is high. The mesopause is the upper boundary of the mesosphere which can also be...Read More

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As you go up into the troposphere and inner stratosphere, it gets colder. When you reach the ozone layer, it warms up relatively despite it still being very cold. After this, you reach the mesosphere, which is extremely cold, and is the coldest layer of the atmosphere. After this, you enter the...Read More

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A cloud of gas that allows us to breathe.

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The ozone layer do is protecting us in ultra violet...Read More

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Co2 has 3% which is less than 1 %

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The more that you go higher in the stratosphere, the more that it gets warmer. This is because you are going to get closer to the earth’s ozone layers that are protecting you from the very hot rays of the sun. Expect that the temperature is surely going to change as you go...Read More

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But how it can get colder? If we go into the atmosphere higher than it becomes hotter.

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You both repeated the question and still got the same wrong answer. I hope that a car may find itself atop your chest with studded wheels.

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I don;t understand this answer becauseCO2 is only about 0.4%. Other gases are about 0.3%

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A faster rotation rate produces stronger winds. This is the same reason that you have to spin a bottle very fast to create a whirlpool in the liquid. This is a good visual tactic to see how rotation rate affects winds; the swirling water acts as the air in the atmosphere. While winds typically...Read More

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