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earth layers vocab 1

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crust Thin part of the crust. It’s near the inner core. It’s the crust under ocean. Compared with the continental crust. Right above the Lithosphere. About 6 km thick.
crust Thin part of the crust. It’s near the inner core. It’s the crust under ocean. Compared with the continental crust. Right above the Lithosphere. About 6 km thick.
inner core
outer core
mesosphere It is 50 to 80 Km away in altitude. Above the Stratosphere, Below the Thermosphere. People have passed it. The temperature is about -90° C ,-130° F. It is bigger than both the lithosphere and the Asthenosphere. The thickness is about 2,900 km.
seismograph
oceanic crust
continental
asthenosphere
Created by: Beastboy157