What are the five layers of the atmosphere and how do they differ from each other?

Layers: Troposphere-Stratosphere-Mesosphere-Thermosphere. Just above, it is the cloudy Troposphere, up to about 10 km. Just above is Stratosphere, with ozone layer atop that absorbs harmful solar ultraviolet rays.. Above is Mesosphere, with low temperature (up to −100oC ) and pressure (1/1000 of sea-level pressure).

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