Part 2 of the journey through Earth's layers- science.
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This is the next stop, Asthenosphere. This comes after Lithosphere. Asthenosphere is a very soft and fure layer. This is helps cause many Earthquakes and then tsunamis. When lithosphere rubs or slides on this layer it causes an earthquake.
Wow it's hot in here! OH hi you guys are here too OOPS! Well this is Mesosphere, which comes after Asthenosphere. Mesosphere is a hot solid surfaces that is 120-400 km thick.
This is the outer core. The outer core is a liquid layer because of the extremely hot temperature, like the highest of 5,00 degrees 'C down there. The outer core is also 2,200 km thick.
This is the inner core. The inner core is a solid caused by intense heat and pressure. It is 1,1228 km thick and 5,430 degrees 'C
Well.... here we go again, back to the lab it is. WEEEEEEE!
Here we go.... Well I hope you enjoyed our journey through the Earth's layers, and I hope you learned a lot. BYE!
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