The mantle is located between the earths core and crust. The mantle is estimated to be about 1,800 miles or 2,896.8 kilometers down from the earths crust.
The Earths core is defiantly slowing down but by how much? The Earths rotation speed has slowed by 2 milliseconds since 1820
Continents drift on top of the upper mantle. The core is much further down.
To be precise, there is actually an outer core and an inner core. You can find the details in the Wikipedia article "Structure of the Earth".
the earths core is the hottest part of the earth. the metals in the earths outer core is liquid because of the heat and the metals in the earths core is solid but still the earths core is the hottest
Virginia goes all the way down to the earths core
The molten iron and medals inside the earths core are the reasons for the earths magnetic core.
this question may actually end humanity because then the lava and stuff that's down there will get hotter and hotter and eventually break through earths crust causing... as far as i know volcano eruptions maybe earthquakes
well...G force depends on how far away you are from the earths core because of the iron in the core which causes gravity amonolies!
if its dormant yes if its acitive no there will always be lava or molton rock in a volcano as long as its active volcanoes tubes lead to the earths core however its too hot to go that far down
no it is not true. there is solid iron and nickel in the Earths core
earths inner core is a liquid
The earths core is mainly made out of iron, mixed with a littel nickel. The outer core is liquidand the inner core is soild.
The sea floor is pushed down into the earths core for it to become new again
The Earths core.
No the earths core is not a cause of globel worming
The earths outer core is made of iron liquid
no people cant get to it because its to far down
Oil does not cool the Earth's core as it is located far away from the core and would simply burn up due to the sheer heat. The Earth's core is made of molten metal which keeps a relatively constant temperature.
You are already closer to the earths core than you will ever be able to get to the sun
What happens to the pressure as you move from the earths surface to the core
Yes earths inner core is a dense ball of metal earths outer core is a layer of molten (melted) metal
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