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The crust occupies less than 1% of Earth's volume. The oceanic crust of the sheet is different from its continental crust.
The oceanic crust is 5 km (3 mi) to 10 km (6 mi) thick and is composed primarily of basalt, diabase, and gabbro.
The oldest continental crustal rocks on Earth have ages in the range from about 3.7 to 4.28 billion years  and have been found in the Narryer Gneiss Terrane in Western Australia, in the Acasta Gneiss in the Northwest Territories on the Canadian Shield, and on other cratonic regions such as those on the Fennoscandian Shield.
Some zircon with age as great as 4.3 billion years has been found in the Narryer Gneiss Terrane.
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The crust of the Earth is composed of a great variety of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks. The upper part of the mantle is composed mostly of peridotite, a rock denser than rocks common in the overlying crust.
The boundary between the crust and mantle is conventionally placed at the Mohorovi? discontinuity, a boundary defined by a contrast in seismic velocity.
A theoretical protoplanet named "Theia" is thought to have collided with the forming Earth, and part of the material ejected into space by the collision accreted to form the Moon.
As the Moon formed, the outer part of it is thought to have been molten, a “lunar magma ocean.” Plagioclase feldspar crystallized in large amounts from this magma ocean and floated toward the surface. The upper part of the crust probably averages about 88% plagioclase (near the lower limit of 90% defined for anorthosite): the lower part of the crust may contain a higher percentage of ferromagnesian minerals such as the pyroxenes and olivine, but even that lower part probably averages about 78% plagioclase. The underlying mantle is denser and olivine-rich.