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Astronomers have confirmed that strong magnetic fields are frozen in place deep inside aging stars.
Stars like the Sun puff up and become red giants towards the end of their lives, so they're much larger even though the masses don't really change. Stars create magnetic fields through convection, the swirling, Ferris-wheel-like motion of hot, ionized gas (or boiling water, for that matter).


Recently, Jim Fuller (Caltech) and colleagues found that strong core magnetic fields could explain the oddly weak, on-and-off brightening behavior of a sample of red giant stars. Now, Dennis Stello (University of Sydney and Aarhus University, Denmark), Fuller, and their team has expanded this work to 3,600 red giants, observed with the Kepler spacecraft.
This mass boundary between “normal” and “depressed” red giants is also the transition point from non-convective to convective cores. What the team doesn’t know is whether these fossil fields will survive once the stars kick start core helium fusion, which is the next stage in their aging process.
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Are these frozen magnetic fields analogous to the remnant magnetic fields observed on the Moon and Mars? Our nearest celestial neighbor is a familiar face - and a fantastically rich target for a clear night. She is designed for comfort and safety by renowned boat engineer and architect, German Frers. Amenities on MAGNETIC SKY include air-conditioning throughout, leather upholstery and stylish accents, wide teak decks, and plenty of headroom. Voyager 1 entered the heliospheric boundary region in 2004, passing beyond what’s known as the termination shock where the solar wind abruptly slows.
Voyager 1 is taking measurements directly, gathering data at a specific time and place, while IBEX gathers information averaged over great distances — so there is room for discrepancy. The red giants ("old" Suns) of the same mass as the Sun do not show strong magnetic fields in their interior, but for stars slightly more massive, up to 60% host strong magnetic fields. Where convection happens in a star depends on how massive the star is: low-mass stars, including the Sun, have convective outer envelopes around a non-convective core, but stars a little bulkier — up to a couple Suns’ worth — do have convective cores. These stars are low- to middle-mass and have stopped fusing hydrogen in their centers, so they don’t have convective hearts.
The astronomers found that here, too, some red giants had “muffled” variations, but just how much they were suppressed depended on how massive the star was.


So this result is a nice confirmation that astronomers can track the strength of a star’s internal magnetic field using these brightness patterns. If the fields do survive, they might be the source of the strong magnetism detected in some white dwarfs, which are the final state these red giants are approaching. From my past physics courses, I recall that magnet fields are generated by flowing charges or aligned spinning charges (such as in magnetized iron). Whether you’re tracking down Apollo landing sites or observing the marks of lunar history, this collection will guide your journey to the Moon. The walk-down stern provides ease of access to the water toys and tender on hand, or for an afternoon of fishing. Chef Eden is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute, and is ready to amaze your tastebuds with delectable gourmet meals that reflect the Caribbean and the BVI themselves. They also often have a mismatched, variable glow, with one hemisphere brightening as the other fades. That prospect excites researchers, because magnetic fields play a big role in stars’ evolution and death, but astronomers don’t understand the details. The fields might also explain the “extra internal mixing” that seems to go on in some red giants and their older siblings. She specializes in black holes, galactic cosmology, and whatever she happens to be writing about at the time.
What was strange about the sample the team looked at was that this group didn’t vary as much in brightness as it should have. But for the heftiest of the sample — 1.6 to 2 solar masses — about half are “depressed,” the team reported January 6th at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Kissimmee, Florida, and in the January 21st Nature.
Magnetic fields are like strings, Fuller says, and they get twisted and tangled by the churning, convective plasma.



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