The layer of the atmosphere that comes closest to that range is the stratosphere. The stratosphere is the second layer of the atmosphere (if you start from the bottom) after the Troposphere, and is generally between five and 30 miles above the Earth’s surface. The height at which the stratosphere begins varies somewhat depending latitude and season: it is at its lowest at the poles and during the winter, and at its highest near the equator and in the summer. The stratosphere is also home to the ozone layer, which is between 12 and 19 miles from the Earth’s surface.
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