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How far is sky from earth???

Asked by common sense, 02 Nov '12 07:56 pm
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To find the distance of sky from the earth, first you should know what we call the sky.sky is simply space above or below the earth.more precisely,we call sky to the everlasting space surrounding the earth.also scientifically,to measure the distance you should have two well defined fixed points but for space or sky, you do have your one end point on the earth but another point is not defined.so the distance between the earth and space can't be measured although distance between planets and galaxies in space is measured in pascal and light years in case two end points are well defined
Answered by LIPSIKA, 02 Nov '12 08:02 pm

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Earth se pata nahi par apni makan ki chhat se to paas hi dikhta hai
Answered by robinson, 02 Nov '12 08:09 pm

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I will start today and as soon as it is done i will let u know dear
Answered by krish, 02 Nov '12 08:04 pm

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The unkown distance.
Difficult to calculate & beyond imagination.
Answered by jakir hussain, 02 Nov '12 08:04 pm

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They say sky is the limit...don't know the distance yet
Answered by Annes, 02 Nov '12 08:00 pm

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Let us ask Felix as he jumped out of a space capsule ;-P
Answered by nahu khan, 02 Nov '12 07:59 pm

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Sky has no limits
Answered by Jazz, 02 Nov '12 07:57 pm

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Its not the sky meets the earth. The atmosphere goes all the way to the ground if it didn't you wouldn't be able to breathe. Unless your talking about space sky then i would say around 10,000km is when the exosphere ends.
Answered by Shruti Karande, 03 Nov '12 07:18 pm

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