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Which statement below best describes the temperature of the atmosphere at various altitudes? The mesosphere has a lower temperature than the thermosphere. The mesosphere has a higher temperature than the thermosphere. The temperature of the mesosphere is the same as the thermosphere. The altitude has no impact on the temperature of the atmospheric layers.

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  1. broweyebrit
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    @Directrix can you help me with this one ?

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    @broweyebrit You can read about atmospheric layers here. It's relatively warm in the thermosphere. http://www.centralcolumbia.k12.pa.us/users/jraski/atmospherelayers.htm

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    okay i'll start reading now!

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    Look at the diagram on the bottom of that page at the link. Imagine: phone calls from the Ionosphere.

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    What was the answer???

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