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The inner core is the hottest part of the earth coolest part of the earth a part of the lithospheric plates same temperature as the outer core

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    10,800 F A team of scientists has measured the melting point of iron at high precision in a laboratory, and then drew from that result to calculate the temperature at the boundary of Earth's inner and outer core — now estimated at 6,000 C (about 10,800 F). That's as hot as the surface of the sun.

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    Correct medal if I helped and a fan would be nice xD.

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    extremely hot

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