Oct. 20, 2021

Earth’s Solid Inner Core could be Mushy

Earth’s Solid Inner Core could be Mushy

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SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 119

*Earth’s solid inner core could be mushy

A new study suggests that the Earth’s inner core might be mushy rather than solid. Data based on seismic readings going back to the 1950s indicates the planet’s core comprises a molten iron and nickel metal outer core surrounding a solid metallic inner core located some 5150 kilometres beneath the surface.

*Space Rider to fly in 2023


The European Space Agency’s proposed Space RIDER orbital space plane is now expected to undertake its maiden flight in late 2023.

*Mars Ingenuity helicopter sees the road ahead

NASA’s Mars Ingenuity helicopter has identified a potential interesting path forward for the missions Perseverance Rover.

*The Science Report

4 in every 10 heat-related deaths around the world can be attributed to climate change.

Pollution leaving many vulnerable and endangered turtles at greater risk of disease.

Archaeologists have uncovered a 2700 year old toilet at a dig site in Jerusalem.

Alex on Tech: New security patches for Apple products, Google Chrome, and Windows 11.

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