The core of the moon has a liquid composition

Having successfully conducted a number of research works on computer modeling, a team of geophysicists from China, the US and Japan, managed to come to the conclusion that - the main satellite of the planet surrounded by water.

The experts were able to demonstrate using computer simulation that the liquid environment around the core of the moon is a thin viscous mass, closely linking it with the underlying mantle. In addition, the experts identified that the liquid has a heterogeneous structure and, accordingly, an unusual distribution.

According to preliminary data gathered by the expert geophysicist, discovered the liquid layer was formed due to friction in the depths of the earth satellite, which in turn arose from the gravitational influence of the planet. At the moment, the scientists tasked with more in-depth study of this phenomenon to confirm the approved



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