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Do you know
What is white lines behind planes ?
99% of mass of atmosphere is within 32km and 3/4 mass of atmosphere is within 11km.
There are five layers of atmosphere.
Weather phenomenon such as wind , storms and tsunami happens in this layer of atmosphere.
Clouds are also form in this layer of atmosphere.
Planes flies in this layer of atmosphere. Ozone layer is present here.
Layer of atmosphere with lowest temperature.
It is also called ionosphere. It's temperature is so high .
Any Celestial boy comes towards Earth is destroyed by this layer of atmosphere.
It is lowest density layer of atmosphere.
90,000kg of material escape from this layer per day.
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