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A Possible Origin of Magnetic Fields in Galaxies and Clusters: Strong Magnetic fields at z ∼ 10?

By Yutaka Fujita and Tsunehiko N. Kato


The question of the origin of galactic magnetic fields is one of the most challenging problems in modern astrophysics. It is generally assumed that magnetic fields in spiral galaxies are amplified and maintained by a dynamo through rotation o

Year: 2005
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