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Earth’s atmosphere is divided into several different atmospheric layers extending from the Earth’s surface outward: › Troposphere › Stratosphere › Mesosphere › Thermosphere › Exosphere
Troposphere Temperature: › As altitude increases, temperature decreases!
Troposhpere Gases: › Nitrogen and oxygen are found in ALL layers of the atmosphere › There are other trace gases in the troposphere
Troposphere Air Pressure: › Greatest amount of pressure
Troposphere Interesting Facts: › Where we live › Where weather happens
Stratosphere Temperature: › Cold!
Stratosphere Gases: › Nitrogen › Oxygen › Ozone
Stratosphere Air Pressure: › Decreases as you move through the layers
Stratsosphere Interesting Facts › Planes fly in this layer › This is where the ozone layer is › Absorbs ultraviolet radiation (UV)
Mesosphere Temperature: › Coldest Layer
Mesosphere Gases: › Nitrogen › Oxygen
Mesosphere Air Pressure: › Decreases as you move through the layers
Mesosphere Interesting Facts › Meteroids burn up in this layer › This can cause meteor trails.
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