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The gaseous envelope surrounding the *Earth*, and retained by the Earth's gravitational field. If your question is about the atmosphere on another celestial body or is more astronomy related, please ask on Astronomy.SE.

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According to Wikipedia an approximate average surface temperature for a bare earth is 274.5 K. This scenario is quite reasonable in my opinion as stripping the atmosphere without changing much else … protecting both the atmosphere and life below it has disappeared as well) This is estimated by comparing the black body radiation of the Earth and Moon, which is then corrected for albedo (fraction of …
answered May 7 '14 by hugovdberg