2 edition of Stellar and solar magnetic fields. found in the catalog.
Stellar and solar magnetic fields.
|Statement||Edited by R. Lüst.|
|LC Classifications||QC809.M25 L8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||460|
|LC Control Number||65008062|
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OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 23 cm. Contents: pt. Stellar magnetic fields: I Observational methods / Y. Öhman, chairman. The actual detection of stellar magnetic fields is rather difficult, and although the clear signature of the Zeeman effect was found in the spectra of sunspots more than a century ago (Hale Book-Review - Solar and Stellar Magnetic Fields - Origins and Coronal EffectsAuthor: J.
Stenflo, M. Kuperus. Buy Solar and Stellar Dynamos: Saas-Fee Advanced Course 39 Swiss Society for Astrophysics and Astronomy on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. 7 Stellar Facts about Solar Eclipses. #6 The sun is volatile and can spew a billion tons of plasma and magnetic fields at speeds of up to 2, miles per second.
This is called a. Title: Book-Review - Solar and Stellar Magnetic Fields: Authors: Stenflo, J. Publication: Monthly Notes of the Astronomical Society of South Africa, Vol, NO. Rotation helps to drive the mechanisms that power stellar magnetic fields, and in slowly rotating solar-type stars also helps to explain the solar activity cycle.
The magnetic fields of solar-type stars are observed to cycle over decadal periods years in the case of the Sun. The fields originate in the turbulent convective layers of stars and have a. It is thought that, due to a tight empirical correlation between X-ray radiance and magnetic flux9, the stellar magnetic fields will also saturate, to values around 4 kG (ref.