Chromatic Platforms And Terminals - The Audio ELW* - The Earth Shrunk On Speed (CDr)

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  1. Study The Earth System Recap flashcards from Semester 2's class online, or in Brainscape's iPhone or Android app. Learn faster with spaced repetition.
  2. The rock that makes up the Earth's outermost layer. It is brittle and can crack easily. Mantle. The layer of rock below the crust. It is solid, but some of the rock can move or change shape at high pressures and temperatures. Outer Core. The liquid layer below the mantle. It is made mostly of melted iron.
  3. Earth's rock interior that extends from the molten center of the planet's core to the solid surface of its crust hydrosphere All the water at and near the surface of the earth, 97% of which is in oceans.
  4. a) at the same time that Earth was formed. b) from a large mass being torn from where the Pacific Ocean is today. c) from the capture of a planet-sized object that formed the Moon. d) from the impact of Earth with a planet-sized object.
  5. Mar 22,  · now I don't know how much the crust has a mass of, but the speed needed for this is cm/s. The current speed is at maximum 70 mm/year. In cm/s, that is x10^-7 cm/s. needed speed is million times larger. Or, because speed follows a square law, it will need x10^14 times more energy by my calculations.
  6. Earth From Space NARRATOR: Our planet: Earth—you may think you know it well, but a startling new picture is emerging of a world shaped by forces more dynamic and intertwined than we ever imagined, raising possibilities that defy common sense. How can sandstorms in the Sahara Desert transform the Amazon rainforest, over 5, miles away?
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  8. A galaxy that looks like the Milky Way. The Milky Way, as viewed from Earth. FIGURE A galaxy may contain about billion stars. (b) As seen from the Earth, the Milky Way looks like a hazy cloud. (a) A Hubble image reveals many galaxies in what looks (c) From space, it would look like a giant spiral. like empty space to our naked eyes.
  9. Fiber-optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending pulses of infrared light through an optical light forms an electromagnetic carrier wave that is modulated to carry information. Fiber is preferred over electrical cabling when high bandwidth, long distance, or immunity to electromagnetic interference is required.

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