Spiral Arms as Ejection Phenomena
Magnetic fields are difficult to measure in galaxies. If we can identify accompanying phenomena perhaps we can trace the fields in a larger number of galaxies and under different conditions, thereby attempting to understand the nature and origin of magnetic fields.
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