Facts about the Exosphere?

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Exosphere is a term used in astronomy to refer to the uppermost layer of Earth's atmosphere. This layer mainly contains hydrogen, helium, carbon dioxide, and atomic oxygen. There is no clear boundary between it and outer space hence it is sometimes considered a part of outer space.
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ex·o·sphere
[ek-soh-sfeer]
NOUN
1.
the highest region of the atmosphere, where the air density is so low that a fast-moving air molecule is more than 50 percent likely to escape from the atmosphere instead of hitting other molecules.
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