ScienceCast 224: Strong Magnetic Fields Found Inside Stars

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Strong magnetic fields found inside stars presented by science at NASA. Some scientists ply their trade lab benches working with test tubes and Bunsen burners. Others spend time in the back country analyzing rocks and landforms. Some astronomers use stars as their laboratory. Dennis dello of the university of Sydney school physics in Australia says. If we want to understand how stars form and growled we need to understand all the physical ingredients that govern their evolution. Current standard models of stars ignore magnetic fields. Mainly because they're one of those aspects that are hard to model. As it turns out that could be an important omission. Based on research conducted by Stella in an international team of colleagues using NASA's Kepler spacecraft. Still says. But my next ...

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