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Magnetic Field in the Solar System – a Brief Review

Author(s): Rashi Kaushik* and Amit Kumar Thakur

Pp: 98-105 (8)

DOI: 10.2174/9781681089010121010013


The following review is concerned with the working and development of the magnetic field around the solar system. It combines the various theoretical facts that have been extracted to date emphasizing how the magnetic field is present in the solar system and how it plays a crucial role in protecting it as well as other constituents of the solar system comprising planets. Since the magnetic field is all-pervasive throughout the universe, it can be considered to be a crucial element for the development of any planet or cluster or other celestial and intergalactic entities as well. Through this theoretical review, we will be able to discern the role of the magnetic field in a solar body, whereas through observational data we will be able to understand the practical orientation of the respective magnetic field in different planets throughout the solar system.

Keywords: Dynamo Effect, Heat Flux, Magnetic Field, Magnetosphere, Plasma, Solar Wind.

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