Arrange the following atmospheric layers from lowest to highest altitude?
Select the correct sequence:
Correct Answer : c ) 1, 3, 2Explanation :
The Earth's atmosphere is divided into five primary layers and many secondary layers.
The troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, and exosphere are the primary layers, from lowest to highest.
The troposphere extends from Earth's surface to a height of approximately 12 kilometres (7.5 miles), with a lower height in the poles and a higher height at the equator.
The stratosphere, which is located between 12 and 50 kilometres (7.5 and 31 miles) above Earth's surface, is perhaps best known as the home of Earth's ozone layer.
The mesosphere, which is located between 50 and 80 kilometres (31 and 50 miles) above Earth's surface, becomes colder as height increases.
Hence, option (c) is correct.