What is the temperature of Earth's outer core?


What is the temperature of Earth's outer core?

Earth's Layers:

The Earth consists of three major layers. The innermost layer is the core, which consists of two cores. Outside the cores is the mantle. The uppermost layer is the crust.

Answer and Explanation:

The temperature of the Earth's outer core is between 4,500° C and 5,500° C, which corresponds to between 8,132° F and 9,932° F. These...

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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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