Journey to the center of the earth

Journey to the center of the earth
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  • Hi I'm Sunny. Today I'll be going to the center of the earth
  • This is the lithosphere or crust, the lithosphere ranges from 15 to 300 km thick
  • This is also part of the continental and oceanic crust which has iron calcim and magnesium in it
  • This is the mantle or the lithosphere it is rock that moves slowly 
  • It is also called the mesosphere, it is the largest and thickest layer
  • The mantle also makes up 2/3 of the earth's mass.
  • The densest layer of the earth, the lithosphere, is part of the continental crust.
  • The asthenosphere is 250 km thick and it is the plastic layer.
  • The mantle is also 2,900 km thick, and is made of mostly magnesium!
  • The mesosphere means middle of circle (earth) and it is in the middle of the earth! 
  • Here is the outer core it's the liquid layer surrounding the inner core
  • The mesosphere is 2,550 km thick.
  • The mesosphere's atmosphere is low density and made up of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen.
  •  The outer core is about 2,240 km thick.
  • The core is about 3,430 km thick and is made mostly of iron with smaller amounts of nickel.
  • The inner core is solid and rigid. 
  • Here is the outer core it's the liquid layer surrounding the inner core
  •  The outer core is about 2,240 km thick.
  • The core is about 3,430 km thick and is made mostly of iron with smaller amounts of nickel.
  • Here is the last layer of the earth, the inner core. It is about 1,230 km thick.
  • Scientists believe the inner core is slowly growing, because seismic waves pass through it at different speeds.
  • The inner core is solid and rigid. 
  • Here is the last layer of the earth, the inner core. It is about 1,230 km thick.
  • Scientists believe the inner core is slowly growing, because seismic waves pass through it at different speeds.
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