What is the liquid part of the Earth's interior called?

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What is the liquid part of the Earth's interior called?

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Planet Earth is a rocky planet and is the only planet in our solar system known to sustain life. Earth is made up of four main layers, three of which are solid and one that is liquid.

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The liquid part of the Earth's interior is called the outer core. The outer core surrounds the innermost layer, the solid inner core in the very...

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Outer Core of the Earth: Definition, Composition & Facts

from Geology 101: Physical Geology

Chapter 1 / Lesson 5
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