Earth's atmosphere is made up of five layers: the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere and exosphere.
The atmosphere itself is primarily composed of three major atmospheric gases: nitrogen (78%), oxygen (20.9%) and argon (.93%). The remaining gases are referred to as trace gases.
In this way, Earth's atmosphere can be divided (called atmospheric stratification)
into five main layers. Excluding the exosphere ...
Nov 7, 2010 ... The Earth's atmosphere is divided into five layers: the troposphere, the
stratosphere, the mesosphere, the thermosphere, and the exosphere.
Sep 1, 2010 ... The atmosphere is divided into five layers depending on how temperature
changes with height. Most of the weather occurs in the first layer.
Diagram of the layers within Earth's atmosphere. ... The troposphere starts at the
Earth's surface and extends 8 to 14.5 kilometers high (5 to 9 miles). This part of ...
Layers of the Atmosphere. The envelope of gas surrounding the Earth changes
from the ground up. Five distinct layers have been identified using... thermal ...
Earth's atmosphere has a series of layers, each with its own specific traits.
Moving upward from ground level, these layers are named the troposphere, ...
This drawing shows the different layers of the atmosphere. The ground is shown
in brown at the bottom of the picture. The altitude in kilometers is given on the ...
Without our atmosphere, there would be no life on earth. Based on temperature,
the atmosphere is divided into four layers: troposphere, stratosphere, ...
Sep 19, 2012 ... Earth's atmosphere is divided into five main layers, the exosphere, the
thermosphere, the mesosphere, the stratosphere and the troposphere.