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1,1 The most abundant gas in the atmosphere. What is nitrogen?
1,2 Air has pressure because it has this. What is mass?
1,3 This is the layer of the atmosphere in which weather occurs. What is the troposphere?
1,4 These are the two parts of the thermosphere. What are the ionosphere and exosphere?
2,1 This is water in the form of a gas. What is water vapor?
2,2 This is an instrument used to measure air pressure. What is a barometer?
2,3 This is the layer of the atmosphere that contains the ozone layer. What is stratosphere?
2,4 This layer is where the aurora borealis (Northern Lights) take place. What is the ionosphere?
3,1 This is the second most abundant gas in the atmosphere. What is oxygen?
3,2 This is the formula for density. What is D=mass/volume?
3,3 Meteors burn up in this layer of the atmosphere. What is the mesosphere?
3,4 This is the layer that contains satellites that send signals to phones and TV’s. What is the exosphere?
4,1 This is the thin envelope of gases that surrounds earth. What is the atmosphere?
4,2 This instrument uses a metal chamber to measure air pressure. What is an aneroid barometer?
4,3 This is the 1 st main layer of atmosphere an astronaut passes through when coming back from space. What is the thermosphere?
4,4 The ozone layer protects living things from this. What is ultraviolet radiation?
5,1 The percentage of the atmosphere that is not nitrogen or oxygen. What is 1%?
5,2 This element is used in a barometer to measure changes in air pressure. What is mercury?
5,3 This is the order of the 4 main layers of the atmosphere from earth to space. What is troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, and thermosphere?
5,4 This is what happens to the temperature as you go up in the stratosphere. What is increase?
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