Fossil stellar magnetic field

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Fossil stellar magnetic fields or fossil fields are proposed as possible interstellar magnetic fields that became locked into certain stars.[1] [2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Highlights of Astronomy, Volume 14; IAU XXVI General Assembly, 14-25 August 2006; Karel A. van der Hucht, ed.; p 285; doi:10.1017/S1743921307010629 [1]
  2. ^ D. Moss. Magnetism and Activity of the Sun and Stars J. Arnaud and N. Meunier (eds) EAS Publications Series, 9 (2003) 21 Fossil stellar magnetic fields: do they exist, does it matter? [2]
  3. ^ Vincent Duez, Stéphane Mathis, Sylvaine Turck-Chièze. Effect of a fossil magnetic field on the structure of a young Sun [3]