A new study has examined a mineral found at the boundary of the Earth's outer core and lower mantle, and found that the planet's interior may cool down faster than expected

The extremely hot interior of the Earth is slowly cooling down, but exactly how fast remains unknown. By studying how well a common deep-Earth mineral conducts heat, researchers from Carnegie and ETH Zurich have found that the planet’s interior may be cooling much faster than we thought.

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