The different layers of Earth’s atmosphere

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About 1000 miles above the earth’s surface, heavy light air exists. Earth’s atmosphere is divided into four parts – (1) Troposphere – It is 35 thousand feet above sea level. About three fourth the weight of all the air is in this area. Most of our living utilities are lying in this area. It is possible to breathe easily up to 20 thousand feet. If you want to rise above it, then you can fly on the face of oxygen by binding it. At this altitude, the winds blow, causing tremors up to the mouth and ears, and it becomes difficult not only to speak but also to listen. Difficulty in speaking, listening will remain even after rising above it. The air gradually becomes thinner above – in which it is difficult for the mouth to leave the sound vibrations. When you try to speak, only a sound like ‘gon-gon’ will come out of your mouth, as some creatures and animals murmur.


(2) Stratosphere – After crossing the 35 thousand feet elevation of the troposphere, the area of ​​the stratosphere starts which goes up to 65 miles above the earth. An open body cannot go above 45 thousand feet. For this, air-conditioned jet or B-36 type of aircraft is needed. If a creature moves around there, its veins will burst due to the low air pressure. The brain will be deranged. It is necessary to cover such a covering in this circumference, due to which the pressure of air remains as much as the body is used to. The air in this region is cold at minus 67 degrees, which cannot be tolerated without a protective cover. If the water creatures living in the deep surface of the sea are brought up, they will burst like a balloon as the pressure of water decreases. If a creature was without cover at the above height, it would naturally burst like a balloon and disperse in the sky.


The rain of cosmic rays starts at an altitude of 19 thousand miles. They leave the sun and shower on their earth like other planets. They are so fatal that they make death present. The goodness is that they cannot reach the earth, they are blocked in the sky above, only the sky above stops them, on this layer, they are able to drizzle.


(3) Ozonophyre – It is 20-25 miles above the earth. This is bizarre. The coolness of minus 67 degrees below the lower sky suddenly converts to 170 degrees Fahrenheit heat. There is thick oxygen here which intercepts the cosmic rays and ultraviolet rays thrown by the sun and assimilates into itself. Due to the action of adsorption of these rays, oxygen gets so hot. There is never a night when you go forty miles up.


(4) Exosphere – This last layer is very frightening. There is dark darkness here. Storms of colourful lights keep rising. At some distance, the cold remains below zero to -28 degrees, behind which unimaginable heat increases. The heat of boiling water is 212 degrees Fahrenheit, but here it has reached 4000 degrees. This summer is out of imagination. The upper layer of the Earth’s ozone causes intense conflict with the Sun’s cosmic rays and ultraviolet rays. She wants to get down. Like air they inhabit them.


The air of this layer is so thin that even the sound of dropping cannon will not be heard by the near ones. Meteor showers also occur in the same area that at higher levels of the sky the air becomes lighter and thinner, as well as the effect of the sun and other planets is reflected more clearly, which is usually very small in the surface. In the middle, it intercepts itself. According to scientists, the whole universe is located in the void in the sky. According to scientists, this universe has been formed in such a way that everything in its pole hangs in the balance. The point of falling is made when there is pressure on it and forcefully pulls towards it. If there is no pressure, the pole will remain in the sky for eternity.

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