Does air pollution exist in all layers of the atmosphere?



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    The atmosphere consists of five layers starting with the closes you have the Troposphere which houses a lot of the low level clouds, and particulate from our pollution.  The stratosphere which holds the ozone layer gets a lot of or CFCs and other air pollution.  The mesosphere still houses some of our gases and if you consider C02 a form of pollution it also exists there and beyond into the Thermosphere and exosphere.  A lot of the lighter forms of gaseous pollution can exist all the way into the outerlimits of our atmosphere, and the combustion from our satellites and other space bound crafts leave pollution behind.

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