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inner core

The innermost part of something. The term is used both literally and figuratively. What is the Earth's inner core made of? At his inner core, he's a good person, I just know it.
See also: core, inner
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A recent study conducted by researchers in the University of Rochester indicated that the Earth's inner core is younger than what scientists thought, offering a new insight into the history of the Earth's magnetic field and planetary habitability.
Associate Professor Hrvoje Tkalyiiyc and PhD Scholar Than-Son Ph[sz][bar]im are confident they now have direct proof that Earth's inner core is solid.
The double-skin structures in consideration can be split into two parts, namely, inner core and outer frames.
As the inner core was breaking into pieces, two of those fragments could have transformed into black holes that would then be orbiting one another in a binary system, surrounded by material leftover from the dead star.
Scientists have not been able to account for the Earth's mass, and have been searching for the missing element that makes up Earth's Inner Core. Also, since the core is nearly 3,500 miles deep and cannot be accessed, the only way to study it is by monitoring how seismic waves travel through it.
New simulations of the planet's formation suggest that the innermost part of the inner core solidified shortly after Earth's assembly, rather than roughly 3 billion years later alongside the rest of the inner core.
THE CORE (Today, Channel 4, 3.00pm) THE Earth's inner core has stopped rotating so a team of scientists and NASA experts including Aaron Eckhart, Hilary Swank and Stanley Tucci are sent 3,000 miles below the surface of our planet in a bid to avert global meltdown.
The MICROFILL THF-100 Electrolytic Copper Bath is designed to provide through hole fill of inner core layers for IC-Substrate PCB in a single step process.
Crust Upper mantle Lower mantle Outer core Inner core THE discovery that the centre of the Earth has two cores has left scientists doubly excited.
" Steve Dodd, the managing director of Elevate said thescheme was: "An opportunity to restart Birmingham'stalled regeneration programme and create 19 spectac ular apartments in the city's inner core.
Fructis Oil Therapy is enriched with a unique blend of avocado, shea and olive oils; avocado oil extract is an effective moisturiser known to soften and nourish the inner core of the hair fibre, olive oil deeply nourishes the heart of the hair while shea oil nurtures the hair surface.
Professor Eli Finkel of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, said that married people are now looking to "find themselves" and to pursue interesting careers and other aspects of their lives that allow them to express their "inner core".
Both the foam outer core and fabric inner core are made from 100% recycled materials.
It is very sustainable and it is renewable because the inner core of the Earth continuously heats the water and rocks deep underground.
The goal is to concentrate on boosting the inner core of the firm, the CEO said in the interview.