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Earth's inner core appears to be slowing, new study finds

New research suggests Earth's core is twirling a bit slower than the rest of the planet. (Getty Images)
New research suggests Earth's core is twirling a bit slower than the rest of the planet. (Getty Images)

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Elizabeth Day, a senior teaching fellow in geophysics at Imperial College London, about new research that shows the Earth’s core is spinning at a rate slightly slower than the rest of the planet.

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