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Atmosphere Vacation

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Jordan Wurtzberger

on 22 April 2010

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Atmosphere Vacation?! Information
Take-off area: Chena Hot Springs, Alaska
When: April 16th, 2010
Why: To learn about the atmosphere
Time: 9:00
Troposphere
Interesting Fact: tropo means changing
Height: Varies from 16km to 9km.
Hazard: Hurricanes, Tornadoes, etc..
What you need: shorts and a t-shirt
Stratosphere
Interesting Fact: You have actually been in this layer if you have riden a plane
Height: varies from 12km to 50km
What you need: Some pants and a winter coat Mesosphere
Interesting Fact: Its the coldest layer
Height: varies from 50km to 80 km
What you need: heat suit, bullet-proof jacket

Thermosphere
Interesting fact: Does not have an definite boundary
Height: 80 km and above
Hazard: Meteorites and Heat problems
What you need: bullet-proof jacket, cool down suit Ionosphere
Interesting Fact: The best layer beauty wise. There is many little layers in the Ionosphere.
Height: 80 km to 400 km
Hazard: Meteorites and Heat
What you need: Sunglasses and cool down suit Exosphere
Interesting Fact: Its the biggest layer out of all of them
Height: Above 400 km and up
Hazard: Satelites, Meteorites, and Heat
What you need: Bullet-Proof Jacket
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