The atmosphere of Earth is the layer of gases, known collectively as air, retained by Earth's gravity that surrounds the planet and forms its planetary atmosphere.

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New Study: The Ocean Is Emitting Millions of Pounds of Plastic Into the Atmosphere

ISS astronauts watch Russian cargo ship burn up in Earth's atmosphere (photos)

NASA needs $1 Billion 'Space Tug' to Deorbit ISS. Since the 356-foot-wide laboratory is too big to completely vaporize if left to naturally burn in Earth’s atmosphere, the space agency intends to send a US spacecraft to help deorbit the station and direct its reentry over the South Pacific.

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James Webb Space Telescope finds water and methane in atmosphere of a 'warm Jupiter'

NASA’s Webb Identifies Methane In an Exoplanet’s Atmosphere

JWST Peers into the Atmosphere of a Puffy, Fluffy Planet!

Webb Discovers Methane, Carbon Dioxide in Atmosphere of K2-18 b - NASA

JWST detects water vapor, sulfur dioxide and sand clouds in the atmosphere of a nearby exoplanet

James Webb Space Telescope detects water vapor, sulfur dioxide and sand clouds in the atmosphere of a nearby exoplanet

Brightest flash ever disturbed Earth's atmosphere last year

Record Space Explosion Was So Powerful It Shook Earth's Atmosphere

Cosmic blast seared Earth’s atmosphere from 2 billion light-years away

Solar Storm Spectacle: Colorful Auroras Light Up Earth’s Atmosphere

Want to explore Neptune? Use Triton's atmosphere to put on the brakes

Humans Have Increased the Concentration of Potentially Toxic Mercury in the Atmosphere by 7x

JWST spotted a new speedy jet stream in Jupiter’s atmosphere

Human emissions increased mercury in the atmosphere sevenfold

Asteroid dust caused 15-year winter that killed dinosaurs: Study. Fine silicate dust from pulverized rock would have stayed in the atmosphere for 15 years, dropping global temperatures by up to 15 degrees Celsius, researchers said in a study in the journal Nature Geoscience

Microplastics' shape determines how far they travel in the atmosphere