The layer of the atmosphere where particles of air escape into space is Thermosphere, more particularly the outermost layer which is the Exosphere. Out of the layers of the atmosphere, (the troposphere, the stratosphere, the mesosphere, and the thermosphere) the thermosphere is the thinnest layer of them. Because of the ionization of gas particles, this layer has free ions and electrons roaming around. This layer is also sensitive to solar activity that when the Sun is active, auroras can be seen in the night sky. Though in some references, the exosphere is either made as an outer layer of the thermospshere, making the inner layer the ionosphere, or the exosphere stands as its own. The fact still remains that the exosphere is the outermost layer of our atmosphere. The air particles are close from few to none because this is where air particles escape into space.
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