Department of Physics,
Florida State University

"Turbulent Space Magnets"


The universe is filled with plasma, with densities and temperatures ranging from 1 particle per cubic centimeter and 10K in the diffuse interstellar gas; to 10^30 particles per cubic cm and 10^9 K in the centers of white dwarfs. I’ll discuss the impact that the turbulence and magnetic fields have on these systems, and what we can learn from simulations.

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