Increasing greenhouse gases lead to dramatic thinning of the upper atmosphere

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The highest layers of the Earth's atmosphere are cooling and contracting, most likely in response to increasing levels of greenhouse gases, according to a new study by scientists at the Naval Research Laboratory. This contraction could result in longer orbital lifetimes for both satellites and hazardous space debris. In a paper that will appear in […]

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