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The Earths mineralogical evolution began long before the formation of the Moon. The Earth had an atmosphere, water, and an atmosphere, water, and an atmosphere of molten rock, that first formed the Earths surface approximately 4.5 billion years ago. The fossil record reveals that the first life on Earth was microbial and simple, comprising only a few types of organisms. The composition of the Earths interior was simple, consisting of iron, silica, and silicates. The second phase began when the liquid world came to an end and a crust formed, which caused a loss of water and plate tectonics.
HD Online Player (journey to the center of the earth d)
From the Moon, we can see that all of the continents on Earth lie within a ring of mountains. These mountains likely formed as a result of collision between the proto-continental and proto-oceanic plates, which resulted in volcanic eruptions. The strength of the Earths core also allows for plate tectonics and volcanism, which are observable from the Moon. It is known that the Earths magnetic field has a variety of effects on the Moon, such as solar wind and its magnetosphere.
In November 2017, we shared a review of the image processing software Autopano Giga - and suggested how this could be used to stitch together a 360 degree panorama for the amazing 360 2D panoramas in the exhibition "The Virtual Perspective: Historical perspectives on geology and explorers from across the Globe". In this special blog, we'll show you a further application of these ideas with the creation of an interactive panorama of the Lidenbrock Sea in Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth, which was stitched together using Autopano Giga.