Moonquakes have been found to occur deep within the mantle of the Moon about
... Several lines of evidence imply that the lunar core is small, with a radius of ...
Jun 14, 2011 ... LJespersen: Does the molten core support the theory that the moon was ...
mainecoaster: Does the moon's core have anything to do with the ...
Jan 6, 2011 ... NASA Research Team Reveals Moon Has Earth-Like Core ... the evolution of a
lunar dynamo -- a natural process by which our moon may have ...
Aug 8, 2014 ... Researchers in Beijing present evidence that part of the moon is liquid (
illustration shown). ... that it's a barren, desolate world that does little more than
orbit Earth. ..... It's far too small to have a 'molten core'...ridiculous idea. 25.
Moon rocks that have been analyzed by NASA are similar to Earth rocks, but are
... non-fluid core does not create much of a magnetic field; the moon's magnetic ...
Jan 7, 2011 ... Scientists now think the Moon has a solid, iron-rich inner core and a fluid, ... is a
partially molten boundary layer around the core estimated to have a ..... Does
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Jan 31, 2013 ... Like the Earth, the moon boasts a crust, mantle and core. Deep inside of its
interior, the moon may have a solid iron core surrounded by a softer ...
Feb 22, 2012 ... A new look at old data has given scientists more insight into the Moon's core. ...
These dense, titanium-rich rocks are also expected to have a lot of radioactive
elements, which tend to get left behind ... Ancient Impact Might Have Created the
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Jan 7, 2011 ... The moon may not only be a chip off the home planet. It may also have formed an
Earth-like core, new research suggests, a finding that has ...
Aug 7, 2014 ... These findings suggest that the interior of the Moon has not yet cooled and ... a
soft layer like this may efficiently have warmed the core in the past as well. ...
body like the Moon cools faster than a larger one like the Earth does.