Subject: Would we fell heat in the thermosphere?
Date: Tue Nov 3 15:24:52 1998
Posted by R.J.Montemayor
Grade level: 7-9
School: Groveton Jr. High
City: Groveton State/Province: Texas
Country: United States
Area of science: Earth Sciences
Molecules are far apart in the thermosphere, so a thermometer doesn't
register the 2000 degrees Celsius plus that it is. It registers below
0 degrees Celsius. Would something actually burn up in this layer?
Explain why or why not.
Thank you ,
Re: Would we fell heat in the thermosphere?
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