Magnetogravity wave

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A magnetogravity wave is a type of plasma wave. A magnetogravity wave is an acoustic gravity wave which is associated with fluctuations in the background magnetic field.[1] In this context, gravity wave refers to a classical fluid wave, and is completely unrelated to the relativistic gravitational wave.

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Magnetogravity waves are found in the corona of the Sun.

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  1. ^ Lou, Y-Q. (1996). "Trapped Coronal Magnetogravity Modes". Science. 272 (5261): 521–523. Bibcode:1996Sci...272..521L. doi:10.1126/science.272.5261.521. JSTOR 2890096.