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written by David Stern
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This web page outlines the magnetic properties of the planets. Most large planets in the solar system have magnetic fields, probably produced quite differently from ours. This is part of a large work, "The Exploration of the Earth's Magnetosphere", that gives a non-mathematical introduction to the magnetic properties of the planets and the sun, space weather, and the motion of charged particles in magnetic fields. A Spanish translation is available.
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- Solar System
= Jupiter
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- Lower Undergraduate
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© 2004 David P. Stern
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Metadata instance created June 6, 2004 by David Stern
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