By Martin J. Rees (auth.), Richard Wielebinski, Rainer Beck (eds.)
While magnetic fields permeate the universe on all scales, the current ebook is devoted to their research at the greatest scales and presents a balanced account of either theoretical and observational elements. Written as a collection of complex lectures and educational stories, which lead as much as the vanguard of study, this booklet bargains either a contemporary resource of reference for the skilled researchers in addition to a high-level introductory textual content for postgraduate scholars and nonspecialist researchers operating in similar areas.
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Cosmic Magnetic Fields by Martin J. Rees (auth.), Richard Wielebinski, Rainer Beck (eds.)