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i believe mantle rocks from earth to core .

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Q: What is the earths core similar to the Moon's core core?
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Is it true that the moons average density is similar to the density of earths core?

No, I don't think...

Are you closer to the earths core or moons surface when standing at sea level?

Earth's core

When you are you closer to the Moon's surface or the earths core?

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

What other planet has a core similar to earths?


Does Jupiter have core?

Hypothetically, yes. I probably has a small silicate rock and ice core. This is likely because all of Jupiter's moons have a similar core.

What is the gravity on the moon lo?

About 0.183g, where one g is the earths gravity, so about one fifth of the earths gravity. It is similar to our own moons surface gravity.

Why is the core of the moon dead while Earths is active?

The Moon is a lot smaller than the Earth, therefore, Moons once active core has cooled down so much It's now hardened.

Is Pluto smaller the Earths moons?

Yes as Pluto is the smallest and the last planet in the solar system, it is smaller then the earths moons.

How is the structure of earth and the structure of a peach similar?

Sorry. The earths core reminds me of an apple. So here goes. In the center of the apple, there is a core, and that is the hardest a biggest part. So that is the earths core. The crust is the skin of the apple, and that is also the thinnest. The rest is the outer core and mantle.

The possible source of earths magnetic core is?

The molten iron and medals inside the earths core are the reasons for the earths magnetic core.

Is there a bunny in the earths core?

no it is not true. there is solid iron and nickel in the Earths core

When standing at sea level which are you nearer to the earths core or the Moon's surface?

Earths core