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Earth – Moon System Chap 5 6,387 km 1,738 km Planet Earth P = 365 days d = 1 AU ρ = 5,500 kg/m 3 Moon ρ = 3,300 kg/m 3
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Studying Earth : Landscapes
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Studying Earth : Overall Structure 6 main layers of Earth 1) Metallic Cores (iron core) 2) Mantle (Silicate mantle) 3) Crust 4) Atmosphere 5) Trophosphere 6) Magnetosphere
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Earth Cores : Seismic Waves
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Earth Cores : DifferenciaTon Heavier materials tend to sink while lighter materials likely float ! As a result?
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Earth Mantle & Crust : Half‐molten plasTc upper mantle moves due to convecTon. Earth conTnents (plate) are dri]ing over this plasTc mantle. As a result?
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Earth Atmosphere : Is Global Warming just a fluke? Earth surface temperature keeps
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