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magnetic merging

[mag′ned·ik ′mər·jiŋ]
(astronomy)
field line reconnection
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MMS is a crucial next step in advancing the science of magnetic reconnection. Studying magnetic reconnection near Earth will unlock the ability to understand how this process works throughout the entire universe.
Second, I propose to study a large-scale magnetic reconnection mechanism for driving black hole state transitions and transient outflows.
"Dr Gingells success in winning a Royal Society University Research Fellowships firmly establishes her as a rising star in the study of magnetic reconnection and shock waves within the Earth's magnetosphere, says Professor Knigge.
"Dr Gingell's success in winning a Royal Society University Research Fellowships firmly establishes her as a rising star in the study of magnetic reconnection and shock waves within the Earth's magnetosphere," says Professor Knigge.
Magnetic reconnection has remained a bit of a mystery to scientists.
Galileo's Plasma Subsystem instrument (PLS) had also observed an explosive event called magnetic reconnection taking place around Ganymede.
This process called magnetic reconnection (11) will not only heat the plasma, but also eject plasma clouds to the interplanetary space.
The confined eruption of the filament within a null-point topology, which is also known as an Eiffel tower magnetic field configuration, forms a twisted jet after magnetic reconnection near the null point.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- Like sending sensors up into a hurricane, NASA has flown four spacecraft through an invisible maelstrom in space, called magnetic reconnection. Magnetic reconnection is one of the prime drivers of space radiation and so it is a key factor in the quest to learn more about our space environment and protect our spacecraft and astronauts as we explore farther and farther from Earth.
In doing so, RHESSI confirming that magnetic reconnection is responsible for both flares and coronal mass ejections [2].
The mission aims to provide a high-resolution, 3D view of magnetic reconnection in Earth's magnetosphere, with measurements taken 100 times faster than before.