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File:Mercury Internal Structure.svg

English: Diagram of the interior structure of the planet Mercury
  1. Crust - 100-200km thick
  2. Mantle - 600km thick
  3. Nucleus - 1,800km radius
Date 29 April 2007
Source Based on Image:Jordens inre.svg by Chabacano and Image:Mercury inside Lmb.png by Lmb
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