The earth's outer core is 2,300 kilometers thick.
how thick is the outer core in km
The outer core is about 2300 km thick the inner core is about 1200 km thick. =/
crust: average of 32 km thick mantle: 2900 km thick outer core: 2200 km thick inner core 1250 km thick
The earths outer core is made of iron liquid
the outer core is 2300 km thick the inner core on the other hand is 1200 km thick.
The outer core is around 2300 kilometer thick. WOW
The inner core is about 1250 km thick.
About 2,890 km (1,800 mi) below the earths surface at its outer boundary. it is about 2,260 km thick.
The outer core of the Earth is approximately 2,260 km (1,370 miles) thick.
It is referred to as Earth's outer core.
The Earth's core is approximately 1250 km thick. the end
The outer core is 2900-5100 km thickThe inner core is 5100-6738 km thick
Outer core or outer barysphere.
The outer core is a liquid composed of iron and nickel
The outer core is a liquid that is in between the inner core and mantle. It is 2,000km thick.
The outer core is a liquid layer about 2266 Kms thick
The layer around the inner core
Is just above the inner core..
Yes earths inner core is a dense ball of metal earths outer core is a layer of molten (melted) metal
yes it is The outer core of the Earth is a liquid layer about 2,266 km (1,408 mi) thick composed of iron and nickel which lies above the Earth's solid inner core and below its mantle
the inner core is the 6th layer of the earth and the outer core is the 5th layer of the earth and OC is 3150km-6370km thick and the IC is 6370km thick