The Genesis of the Earth’s Moon

Authors: Fran De Aquino

Here we show how in the early Earth, a matter column, which extended from the Earth’s surface down to near the upper boundary of the outer core, it was vaporized due to a suddenly increase of temperature greater than 8,367°C, and after ejected of the Earth by the enormous pressure at the bottom of the mantle (~136 GPa), forming posteriorly the Moon.

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