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Travel Guide

By Victoria and Kylee
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Victoria Bertram

on 22 April 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea The Travel Guide to the Atmosphere! First off were going to met at the Kennedy space center! The first stop is troposhere
We live in this layer
So don't forget to pack your Rain coat, Rubber clothes and sunscreen!
We need these object's because weather happen's here. So be carfeul and watch out for the lightning! Don't worry we won't go out if there is a tornado/ hurricane!
This layer is 12 km thick
FUN FACTS ON TROPOSHERE
GETS COOLER AS WE GET FARTHER OUT IN THIS LAYER
AT THE TOP OF THIS LAYER IT GETS TO -60 DEGREESE CELSIES
EVEN THOUGH THIS IS THE SHALLOWEST LAYER ALMOST ALL OF THE MASS OF THE ATMOSPHERE IS HERE The second stop is the Stratosphere
here in the stratoshpere
it's -60°c and it get's warmer as
you go up because most of the ozone layer is in the middle.
What to pack:
Special sunscreen (spf + 100)
winter clothes
We will supply the air tank's
the thickness of this layer is
38 km thick
fun facts on the stratospere
the ozone is a three atom form of oxygen and a harful gas
the ozone layer does two
1 it absorbs energy from the sun and makes heat
2 ozone protects by blocking dangerous ultraviolet rdiation
the third layer and place we are stoping is the mesosphere
the temp here is -90°c
for this layer you shold have a hard helmet, winter clothes, bullet proof vest, sunlasses, special sunscreen, and we will give you an air tank
this layer is 30 km thick
remember that meteorids are here so whatch out

fun facts on the mesosphere
this is the very middle of the atmospere which is what meso means
this layer protects us from astroids
also the shooting sars are here we have to more stops and they are both part of one layer called the thermosphere that is split into two called the ionosphere and the exosphere. so i will warn you know it might get i little confusing but i will try to make it clear, things about the thermsphere here it is from 0°c-up to 1800°cthe totalthickness of this layer is 80 km and above. one cool thing about this layer is that it is very very very hot but you wont feel hot.
things to pack (for both parts) are winter clothes and all the same things as you needed for the past 2 layers.
For the ionosphere and the exosphere you will aquire:
Winter clothes
sun glasses
sun screen
and spring/ fall clothes
Here in the thermosphere it get's as low as 0°c up to 1,800°c
So really you feel normal but really it's very very hott out! The reason you don't FEEL warm is the particle's are so spread out
In the "iner" layer the ionosphere you will see the beautiful aurora's aka the northern lights! But in the exosphere you see awesome sattilite's! MeSoSpHeRe
here the tempurature has an average it is -90°c The Hazzard's are meteoroid's pelting you so watch out! To prevent you from getting hurt you will need a
Hard helmet
winter clothes
bullet proof vest
And lastly sunglasses
Fun Fact's
very middle layer of atmosphere
this layer pretect's us from astroid's
shooting star's here
meso means middle! SO that was our tour! i really hoped you enjoyed this becuase this was o once in a life time oppurtunity! If you want to go sign up online at www.atmosphereadventurefun.org! it's a first come first serve basis. 12 and older please!
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