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What happens to the pressure as you move from the earths surface to the core

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Pressure is the weight of an overlying column of material. The pressure at the core comes from 6400km of overlying rock, which is much denser than air


No the crust covers earths surface


None, only the earths core is more closer, the moons surface is 37.000 Vertices from earth


the earth surface is made out of gravel, mantel, the, IN core, the outer core


nothing, it stays stored up in the Earth and that's why there is lava in the core of the Earth.



Earths core is mad up of nickel and iron, it is solid. it is believed to be about the heat of the sun's surface!



The sun & the Earth's core.


the earths core gets hot by all the heat on the surface and gose to the core of the earth.


because of immense pressure



Temperature and pressure increase massively from the Earth's surface to the centre of the Earth. At the inner core, the pressure is so great that iron is solid, even at such high temperatures.


Temperature and pressure increase massively from earth's surface to the centre of the Earth. At the inner core, the pressure is so great that iron is solid, even at such high temperatures.


they go in or out because of pressure from the earths core


Pressure decreases as you move outward from the Earth's core. The farther you are from the center, the less mass you will have pressing down on your location. Mass that is underneath you (or in other words, closer to the center) does not press on you, only mass that is above will add to the pressure where you are.


The pressure would decrease as you moved from the core to the crust.


the temperature of the earths core is changing as we speak. is grows crystal like texture shapes and then after about a year the freeze and the process happens again


Yes it is the thinnest layer on Earths surface besides the mantle and the core :)


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".


In order from the earths surface downwards: Crust, Mantle and Core.


little elfs in the earths core have hydraulics pushing the magma to the surface


The Crust below that is the upper mantle then the lower mantle and then the core





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