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The Sun's magnetic field may not be generated quite how we thought

The Chandra readings indicate that the role of convection in magnetic field generation is different to ...

Readings from NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory are causing astronomers to question our understanding of exactly how the Magnetic fields of stars are generated. The researchers discovered lower-than-expected X-ray emissions from low-mass stars, indicating that convection plays a slightly different role in Magnetic Field generation than previously thought.

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Category: Space

Tags:
  • Sun
  • Stars
  • Magnetic field
  • X-ray
  • NASA
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