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The magnetic field of a star in the constellation of Perseus can pull all the iron from human blood PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 15:28

In an article, which was published in the "Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society", was reported, that the group of astronomers, led by Gregg Wade of the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, reported about detection of the biggest stars of NGC 1624-2 with the strongest magnetic field of any previously studied famous stars - magnetic field of the star NGC 1624-2 in tens of thoUSAnds of times stronger, than the magnetic field of the Sun and it is so strong, that if man found near the star, the magnetic field of the star NGC 1624-2 could pull all of the iron from the blood of this man. According to Gregg Wade, magnetosphere of NGC 1624-2 in 4-5 times wider, than the magnetosphere of other major stars of similar size and in 80-100 times wider of the size of the star. star NGC 1624-2 is in the star in cluster NGC 1624, which is located in the constellation of Perseus at a distance of 20,000 light-years from Earth. The opening of the star with the most powerful magnetic field was made using the telescopes HETI in American McDonald Observatory, Austin, and the French-Canadian CFHT telescope on Mauna Kea in Hawaii.


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