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im tryin to write a book and i have some physics q?s
how many feet from sea level to the top of Earths atmosphere?
- Crush Revczar (age 19)
FireStar Inc., ILL USA
Hi Crush- I'm curious what the book will be about. Meanwhile:
Earth's atmosphere has no definite top. The air just keeps getting
thinner as you go up. For each mile up you go, the density falls to
about 80% of what it was before. (That's why curveballs don't curve as
much in Denver as they do in cities at lower altitudes.)
(published on 10/22/2007)
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