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The Average Temperature Profile of Earth's Atmosphere" reported by previous scientists is reproduced here (19). Earth's atmosphere is known to have mainly 5 parts: Exosphere, Thermosphere, Mesosphere, Stratosphere and Troposphere. Previously, the temperatures measured at the specific ranges of heights were attributed to various reasons.

The Average Temperature Profile of Earth's Atmosphere" reported by previous scientists is reproduced here (19). Earth's atmosphere is known to have mainly 5 parts: Exosphere, Thermosphere, Mesosphere, Stratosphere and Troposphere. Previously, the temperatures measured at the specific ranges of heights were attributed to various reasons.

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Albert Einstein's equation E = mc 2 in his Special Theory of Relativity, 1905 is of no avail in determining velocity of any elementary particle or radiation. Moreover, Einstein's assertion that nothing goes faster than light, which did not allow scientists to accept superluminal velocities as real for over a century, proved wrong in his article. Pu...

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... other solar spectra (Fig.3, Ref 17) measured by Woods et al in 2011 showed time differences on the arrival of various emissions, but the investigators faced difficulty in understanding the reason for early arrival of some radiations. ...
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... a first step, the author considered those solar radiations produced by 235 uranium fission taking place on Sun's core surface (ref.16) might be causing the temperatures shown in fig.3. In the next step, the author verified whether each solar radiation go with definite velocity, reach certain distance based on its energy, and occupies the ...
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... 2015, the author has classified the number of sub-atmospheric layers shown in Thermosphere, Mesosphere, Stratosphere and Troposphere in fig.3 according to the solar radiation present. ...
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... solar γ, β, and X-ray emissions from fission products in solar flare with high energies at keV or MeV level go at maximum velocity reach maximum distance. Therefore, I have identified the atmospheric layer from 84-54 km height above earth as of solar γ, β, and X-ray emissions ( figs.3 & 4). It seems energy of these three solar ionizing radiations dwindles away by travelling all the way from Sun. This can be the familiar ...
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... light: Interestingly, it is for the second time the solar γ, β, and X-ray emissions generate visible light at 54 to 48 km height, while they first produce at 500 to 110 km height ( fig.3). The visible light with higher energy than near infrared radiation go faster, reach more distance as described earlier, and form a layer at 54 to 48 km height next to near infrared radiation towards earth. ...

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