Back in the day...There was a Planet Called Earth
And the Earth, which is made up of multiple layers
I wish I knew more about what was beneath the surface...
Today, kids are wanting to know more about what's beneath the surface of Earth.
Kelly, here is what you need to know!
First of all, There are multiple layers that basically compose of the Earth.
Just another quick fact a little more than 47% of the crust consist of Oxygen
The Crust occupies less than 1% of the Earth's Volume
The Crust is the first layer, composed of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks.
Next, is the Mantle. It is the thickest layer of the Earth extending down 2,890km. It makes up about 84% of mostly studied when it comes to seismology.
What's the next layer Uncle?
The outer core on the other hand, is actually more hot than the inner core, calculating at possible 10800 degrees fahrenheit. It is the site for vicious convection currents also.
The final layer is the core, but there are two layers within the outer core itself: The inner core is EXTREMELY hot calculating at 9800 degrees fahrenheit with guesses that the inner core is growing at a slow steady pace
Thank you for explaining Uncle.
Thanks to that Uncle. I now know the basics of the layers that make up the Earth.Thank you Uncle!.