Can you breathe in the exosphere?

The exosphere is the very edge of our atmosphere. The exosphere has gases like hydrogen and helium, but they are very spread out. There is a lot of empty space in between. There is no air to breathe, and it's very cold.

Accordingly, how far from the Earth's surface is the exosphere?

The top of the exosphere marks the line between the Earth's atmosphere and interplanetary space. The exosphere is the outermost layer of the Earth's atmosphere. It starts at an altitude of about 500 km and goes out to about 10,000 km.

Where does the atmosphere start and end?

The atmosphere does not end at a specific place. The higher above the Earth something is, the thinner the atmosphere around it is. There is no clear border between the atmosphere and outer space. 75% of the atmosphere is within 11 kilometres (6.8 miles) of the Earth's surface.

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