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The oceanic crust produced by the Earth today is significantly thinner than crust made 170 million years ago during the time of the supercontinent Pangea, according to researchers. The thinning is related to the cooling of Earth's interior prompted by the splitting of the supercontinent. The findings give a more nuanced view of the mantle temperature that influences tectonics on Earth.

Breakup of supercontinent Pangea cooled mantle and thinned crust

The oceanic crust produced by the Earth today is significantly thinner than crust made 170 million years ago during the time of the supercontinent Pangea, according to researchers. The thinning is related to the cooling of Earth's interior prompted by the splitting of the supercontinent. The findings give a more nuanced view of the mantle temperature that influences tectonics on Earth.

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It is approximately 62% the mass of the Earth, but only slightly smaller in radius (92%), making it a bit smaller than Venus. Its density is only 80% of Earth’s, suggesting an iron core and silicate rocky mantle composition similar to Earth, but with more water/ice or other lighter elements. It receives only 66% of the solar irradiance that Earth does, giving it a mean surface temperature of 251 K (-22°C).

It is approximately 62% the mass of the Earth, but only slightly smaller in radius (92%), making it a bit smaller than Venus. Its density is only 80% of Earth’s, suggesting an iron core and silicate rocky mantle composition similar to Earth, but with more water/ice or other lighter elements. It receives only 66% of the solar irradiance that Earth does, giving it a mean surface temperature of 251 K (-22°C).

Researchers created a three-dimensional representation of predicted slab geometry and mantle flow. The image outlines areas with a temperature at 300 degrees Celsius cooler than the surrounding mantle, with different colors representing different depths. Oceanic plates and slabs are semi-transparent, and continents are entirely transparent. Green arrows represent velocity vectors inside the mantle. (Image provided by Lijun Liu.)

Researchers created a three-dimensional representation of predicted slab geometry and mantle flow. The image outlines areas with a temperature at 300 degrees Celsius cooler than the surrounding mantle, with different colors representing different depths. Oceanic plates and slabs are semi-transparent, and continents are entirely transparent. Green arrows represent velocity vectors inside the mantle. (Image provided by Lijun Liu.)

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