Astrophysics

   

Nature of Planetary Matter and Magnetic Field Generation in the Solar System

Authors: J. Marvin Herndon

Understanding the nature of matter comprising the solar system is crucial for understanding the mechanism that generates the earth's geomagnetic field and magnetic fields of other planets and satellites. The commonality of matter in the solar system like that inside of earth, together with common nuclear reactor operating conditions, form the basis for generalizing the author's concept of nuclear georeactor geomagnetic field generation to planetary magnetic field generation by natural planetocentric nuclear fission reactors.

Comments: 8 Pages. Published in Current Science, Vol. 96, 25 April 2009

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