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The stratosphere contains the ozone layer, which protects live on Earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation.

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    Stratosphere

    Stratosphere

    by Rebecca Parker //basic
    Describes the properties of the stratosphere.
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    Stratosphere

    Stratosphere

    by Don Rahn //basic
    Describes the properties of the stratosphere.
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    Discovering Atmospheric Layers

    Discovering Atmospheric Layers

    by David Carmichael //basic
    Leon Teisserenc de Bort used unmanned balloons carrying instruments to discover the troposphere and the stratosphere. He was the first to recognize the different temperature structure of the two layers.
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  • Real World Application
    Visiting Inner Space

    Visiting Inner Space

    by Matthew Baker //basic
    The Perlan Project is taking gliders high into the stratosphere to study the ozone hole.
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