The rocket will blast off in a few minutes, But first I need to tell you about what is going to happen. Once you blast off it would take you around 150 seconds to reach space. I will inform you when you enter each later of the atmosphere.
Radio : You are about to leave the troposphere, the troposphere takes up almost 75% of the atmosphere and its altitude is around 5-9 miles high. Most weather occurs here and it is the densest layer. The temperature is 17 to -52 C.
Radio : You have left the stratosphere, and you are approaching the the Mesosphere. But first some information on the stratosphere. The stratosphere covers about 24% of the atmosphere, and is 14.5 km - 50 km high. It contains ozone layers that absorb ultraviolet radiation. It is much less dry and dense than the troposphere. Now about the Mesosphere. The Mesosphere has very few molecules is 53 miles high. It has very low pressure and the highest temperature that was found in the Mesosphere was -3 C, the lowest was -93 C. Shooting stars burn up in this layer of the atmosphere. Good luck.
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Radio : You are now in the Thermosphere. The Thermosphere has even fewer molecules than the Mesosphere and has a temperature range of -93 C to as high as 1,727 C due to the sun. It contians the ions that are elevtircally charged.
Radio : You are finally in the exosphere and you will find that it merges with the vacuum of space. This layer is the furthest from the earth. It is has the least oxygen and helium. It is 372-500 miles high and has very very few molecules. Also you will have to make sure the rocket doesn't go BOOM.