plasma filaments

Saturn’s Van Plasma belt and braces

Z-mode waves Saturn planets

Saturn’s near light speed electrons, in its version of our Van Allen belts, might be due to acceleration by natural plasma particle accelerators? It has always been assumed that around Saturn, electrons are accelerated to extremely high energies by a process called radial diffusion, where electrons are repeatedly nudged towards the planet, increasing their energy. …

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Stars and Sun’s plasma filaments

Stars plasma filaments

Stars and our Suns different atmospheric layers will have plasma filaments in varying sizes, numbers and physical characteristics. The solar system has these twisting plasma filamentary structures including those Flux Transfer Events ‘ropes’ (1 million miles an hour of tornado like electromagnetic plasma). Using algorithms and jiggery pokery the Suns outer corona has been shown …

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