Geophysics reported three-layer core of the Earth

Geofiziki of Kitaya and SSHA soobschili, that is in the tsentre Zemli raspolozheno ne dvuxsloynoe and three-layer core. The results of their research scientists published in the journal Nature Geoscience, and briefly with them can be found at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. According to the accepted view, in the center of the earth at a depth of about 2.9 thousand kilometers beneath her mantle is iron-nickel core. It has a radius of approximately 3.5 thousands of kilometers and consists of two layers. The outer layer - liquid. Its thickness reaches believed to approximately 2.2 thousands of kilometers. Internal - hard. Now scientists believe that this solid core of the Earth’s core consists of two parts.

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