Antti Hyytiälä

Antti Hyytiälä

Finland / Composer, guitarist, movie freak and enjoyer of life
Antti Hyytiälä
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1) CRUST: Oceanic & Continental (about 3 to 50 miles thick), plus The Mohorovicic Discontinuity = (The Lithosphere: solid) 2) Mantle: a) The Upper Mantle, magma molten rock, b )The Lower Mantel (about 1,796 miles thick 2,000 degrees F) = Asthenosphere (Flows around the outerr core) 3) Outer Core - Molten Metal (11,000 degrees F) that flows around the inner core & is thought to cause Earth's magnetic field. 4) Inner Core - Hot solid mostly iron, with some nickel, (like meteorites), may spin.

CRUST: Oceanic & Continental (about 3 to 50 miles thick), plus The Mohorovicic Discontinuity = (The Lithosphere: solid) Mantle: a) The Upper Mantle, magma molten rock, b )The Lower Mantel (about miles thick degrees F) = Asthenosphere (Fl

slick93: americaninfographic: Alexander Pohl Interesting even though Lunar (Earth Moon) isn’t a planet but if they are going to add it to this why not display all the other moons from each planet I mean Jupiter has more than 49 and that number if constantly changing

“ americaninfographic: “ Alexander Pohl ” Interesting even though Lunar (Earth Moon) isn’t a planet but if they are going to add it to this why not display all the other moons from each.

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“ americaninfographic: “ Alexander Pohl ” Interesting even though Lunar (Earth Moon) isn’t a planet but if they are going to add it to this why not display all the other moons from each.

Boogie man, nebula

kenobi-wan-obi: “ LDN 1622 The Boogie Man Nebula Image Copyright: Yuriy Toropin Lynds’ Dark Nebula (LDN) 1622 appears against a faint background of glowing hydrogen gas only easily seen in long.

Galaxy

This image from Nasa's Spitzer Space Telescope shows a stellar nursery containing thousand of young stars & developing protostars near the sword of the constellation Orion. I heart the Spitzer space telescope.