The Earth's atmosphere extends from the crust to the edge of space, changing in pressure, temperature and composition with higher altitudes. Use Wolfram|Alpha to obtain information about the atmosphere, such as atmospheric layers, clouds, raindrops and variations in atmospheric pressure. Examine how the speed of sound changes at high altitude or the shape of raindrops alters with diameter.
Calculate typical properties, such as temperature, density and the speed of sound, for the atmosphere based on elevation.
Obtain information on the types and proportions of chemicals that make up the atmosphere of the Earth.
Calculate properties of raindrops of various sizes.
Get data on properties of atmospheric layers, including speed of sound, air mass above and gravitational acceleration at that altitude.
Compute atmospheric pressure at high altitudes.
Calculate greenhouse emissions of energy use, heating and travel.
Obtain meteorological and atmospheric information about clouds, such as their heights and appearances.