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Joel Bolton

on 19 October 2012

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Transcript of Mesosphere

The mesosphere is the layer of Earth's atmosphere where meteors burn up. It starts at 50km high and it goes to 85km. The mesosphere is one of the hardest layers of atmosphere to study because of how high it is.... You know that waves can form in the ocean or other bodies of water. But did you know that there are waves of air in the atmosphere? Some of these waves start in the lower atmosphere, the troposphere and stratosphere, and move upward into the mesosphere. It is not easy to study the mesosphere directly. Weather balloons can't fly high enough and satellites can't orbit low enough. Scientists use sounding rockets to study the mesosphere. This is a meteoroid shower.....
•The mesosphere is the coldest layer in our atmosphere because it is right above the ozone layer. •Hurricanes form in this layer... And that is Joels and Kyle's presentation on the mesosphere......... 50 VIEWS!
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