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Exosphere - Wikipedia

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The exosphere is a thin, atmosphere-like volume surrounding a planet or natural satellite ... Atmospheric temperature becomes nearly a constant above this altitude. On Earth, the altitude of the exo...

Temperature in the Exosphere - Windows to the Universe

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Apr 6, 2009 ... When particles are bouncing around more slowly, the temperature is cooler. The particles in the exosphere are moving very quickly, so the ...

Exosphere Facts - SoftSchools

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The exosphere is one of the five layers of earth's atmosphere. ... The temperature in the exosphere varies greatly and can range from 0 to over 1700 degrees ...

What is the temperature of the exosphere? | Reference.com

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The temperature of the exosphere cannot be specified. This is because the exosphere layer of the atmosphere is almost a vacuum; the thickness of the air is  ...

What Is the Earth's Atmosphere Composition & Temperature ...

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Global average temperatures decrease from 15 degrees Celsius (59 ... from 2,000 degrees Celsius (3,600 degrees Fahrenheit) at the bottom of the exosphere, ...

What is the Exosphere? - Definition, Facts & Temperature - Video ...

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The exosphere is one of the layers of the Earth's atmosphere. Check out this lesson to learn the details that define it, such as location and...

Why does temperature decrease in the mesosphere and increase in ...

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As we know, the atmosphere is not heated directly by the sun's rays passing through it. .... Temperature rise in Thermosphere has the following reason:

Thermosphere - Wikipedia

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The thermosphere is the layer of the Earth's atmosphere directly above the mesosphere. ... Thermospheric temperatures increase with altitude due to absorption of ... at about 110 km to be a mixt...

Atmosphere | Troposphere | Stratosphere - Weather | Climate

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In the troposphere and mesosphere, temperature generally falls with ... the temperature does not decrease with height in the troposphere, but increases. Such a ...