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Recent observations suggest that the moon has a very small, solid core that is less than 3% of its mass. In comparison, Earths Core is about 33% of its mass. Explain why this difference might exist.

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Elsasser hypothesis deals with the formation of the core of Earth, in which heavier elements, like Fe, Ni have a tendency to segregate toward the centre when Earth was in molten state....
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