Introduction to plasma astrophysics and cosmology
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The year 1996 marks the Centennial Celebration of the founding of Plasma Astrophysics and Cosmology; its origins may be traced to the seminal research first published by Kristian Birkeland in 1896. This special workshop issue reports on advances in issues of importance to the plasma universe; topics as timely as when first raised a century ago.
Key wordsRadio Astronomy Plasma Astrophysics Large Scale Structure Filaments Formation of Galaxies Magnetic Fields Active Galactic Nuclei Quasars Abundance of Light Elements Redshifts Microwave Background
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