Atmosphere Vs Space:
Atmosphere is made up of nitrogen, oxygen, argon and carbon dioxide. Atmosphere protects us from harmful sun rays, and make the environment suitable for us to breathe. Anything beyond 50km above the earth surface is considered as space. There are three main components of earth which are interrelated to each other Space, Atmosphere and Earth surface. The earth contains gravitational force which tries to attract everything to its self. The balance between earth’s gravity atmosphere and space is essential for life on earth. Here in this article we are about to show you some of the major differences between Atmosphere and space.
Earth’s atmosphere is made up of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0.9% argon, 0.04% carbon dioxide and different other gases in a limited amount. Oxygen is used for respiration, nitrogen is used by bacteria, Carbon dioxide is used by plants of the atmosphere. Atmosphere provide necessary gases to different living organisms needed for their survival and also protects living organisms from the harmful radiation of the sun light.
Atmosphere beyond 50km above ground is known as space. In that specific atmosphere one cannot breathe due to lack of oxygen. The blue sky in that specific area looks black because the lack of oxygen molecules. Space is a vacuum which means sound cannot move from one place to another because the molecules are not close together.
Main differences between Atmosphere and Space:
The following are some of the major differences between Atmosphere and space.
- Atmosphere is made up of different gases which provide necessary gas to different organisms needed for their survival and protects the organisms of earth from harmful radiations of the sun light whereas Space does not contains any gases, one cannot survive in the space and cannot protect himself from the radiation of sun light.