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The '''mesosphere''' is the layer of the atmosphere above the [[stratosphere]]. The mesosphere lies at altitudes between about 50 km and 80 km.  The top of the mesosphere is called the ''mesopause.''
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The '''mesosphere''' is the layer of the [[atmosphere]] above the [[stratosphere]]. The mesosphere lies at altitudes between about 50 km and 80 km.  The top of the mesosphere is called the ''[[mesopause]].''
  
The mesosphere is the highest layer within the [[homosphere]], which is the part of the atmosphere where gaseous constituents are well-mixed.
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The mesosphere is the highest layer within the [[homosphere]], which is the part of the [[atmosphere]] where gaseous constituents are well-mixed.

Revision as of 08:32, 20 November 2007

The mesosphere is the layer of the atmosphere above the stratosphere. The mesosphere lies at altitudes between about 50 km and 80 km. The top of the mesosphere is called the mesopause.

The mesosphere is the highest layer within the homosphere, which is the part of the atmosphere where gaseous constituents are well-mixed.