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The neutrosphere is that part of the atmosphere of a celestial body in which there are predominantly neutral, i.e. non- ionized gases. The neutrosphere of the earth's atmosphere extends from the earth to a height of approx. 80 km at the beginning of the ionosphere , from where the gases are ionized due to solar radiation . With regard to the structure of the atmosphere according to its temperature profile, it includes the troposphere , the stratosphere and the mesosphere .

Individual evidence

  1. American Meteorological Society: Glossary of Meteorology [1]