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The inner core of the Earth is liquid solid superheated gases not very hot
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what do you think?
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b
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Which of the following cannot travel thorough the vacuum of space? Sound Light UV rays Radio waves
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The inner core is the very center of the Earth, and the hottest part of the planet. It is a mainly a solid ball with a radius of about 1,220 km (760 mi), according to seismological studies.[1][2] It is believed to consist mostly of an iron–nickel alloy and to be about the same temperature as the surface of the Sun: about 5700 K (5400 °C).
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