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What are Earth Spheres?
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In this bytes lesson learn about Earth Spheres, the various types, and a little more in detail about them.

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i want to crack upsc but i dont have any idea in the present time i make notes of geography which provided by you mam it hepls a lot can you advice me something about upsc and what step use to clear upsc pls mam
Maya Chetry
a year ago
roman saini sir uploaded video for that
🙂🙂 well translated in Hindi I think its translated by software that's why wrong pronounciations are used during explanation.
thankyou manm for information .....time period aur badha dijiye jisse adhik jankari mil seake
bariya see boll ya to Hindi Grammer paro aour pronounceation achhe se karo....
Shweta Kumari
5 months ago
इतना मेहनत करके ये हमारे लिये bites la रही है फिर भी प्रोत्साहित करने के बजाय आपलोगों को गलतियां ही ढूंढना है न?
thank you mam for such a good information.
Thankyou So Much for Making in Hindi.
  1. Earth Spheres

  2. Lithosphere solid earth Atmosphere gases (the air) Hydrosphere - all water Biosphere all life Img source: BioNinja

  3. The Lithosphere Crust It contains all of the Crust cold, hard solid land of Mantle 100 kim Outer Core 670 km the planet's crust and the semi-solid land underneath the crust - the mantle, along with the liquid land near the center of the earth. Inner Core 2900 km Outer Core 5150 km Inner Core 6371 km

  4. The Hydrosphere 0 This might be in solid, liquid, or gaseous form. The hydrosphere extends from the Earth's surface downwards several kilometers into the lithosphere and upwards about 12 kilometers into the atmosphere.

  5. The Biosphere The biosphere consists of all the living organisms on the earth including microorganisms, plants, and animals of Earth. Within the biosphere, l ving things form ecological communities based on the physical surroundings of an area called biomes

  6. 700+ KM (500+ XOSPHERE 700 KM (435 Mi) RMOSPHERE 85 KM (53 49 KM (30 ESOSPHERE TOSPHERE 12 KM (7 OSPHERE