The border between the Inner core and Outer core is approximately 5115 Kilometers beneath the crust.
The distance is about 5,115km beneath the crust.
The border between the inner core and the outer core is approximately 5,115 kilometers below the crust. This equates to approximately 3.203 miles.
it is 700 km. no i am pretty sure that the correct answer is 5,100 km.
it about 5115
About 5115 km deep.
The earth's crust is 0-75 kilometers deep or thick. It normally ranges between 5 to 40 kilometers and is thickest under mountains where it can be as thick as 80 kilometers and thinnest beneath the ocean at 5 kilometers.
the core is 3470km thick (the inner is 1270km and the outer is 930km thick) from the top of the outer layer of the core to the crust is 2850km (called the mantle) , and the crust itself is 25 miles beneath continents and 6.5 miles thick beneath oceans..
the mantle is beneath earths crust
The continental crust is thickest beneath mountains.
Beneath Earth's crust lies the layer known as the mantle
We find oceanic crust sinking beneath continental crust because oceanic crust is generally more dense than continental crust.
The lower mantle is beneath the crust.
there are several parts but I think you want to know about the mantle. It lies right beneath the crust.
Answer this question… Subduction of oceanic crust beneath continental crust
The crust is thickest beneath the mountains.
Between 0 and 0.1 kilometers deep
because the oceanic crust is denser than the continental crust.
Oceanic crust is part of the lithosphere and is considered part of the crust. It extends down 7 kilometers, or 4 miles. It is relatively thin in comparison with other layers. It is deep beneath the oceans and is very dense.
the earths crust is 25 miles beneath the continents and 6.5 miles beneath the ocean
The oceanic crust is denser than the continental crust.
It is known as subduction.