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A new study says that the Earth is surrounded by a huge magnetic tunnel

A new study says that the Earth is surrounded by a huge magnetic tunnel

Scientists hope the research will help them learn about the formation and evolution of magnetic fields in galaxies and understand how these fields are maintained.



Sputnik Agency A new study has revealed that strange structures, which have been seen in the sky since the 1960s, can be traced to a huge magnetic tunnel that surrounds the Earth and covers the solar system along with some nearby stars.

The study, led by a group of astronomers at the University of Toronto, Canada, found that structures known as the Milky Way’s arctic spur and the fan region can be linked by an extensive system of magnetic filaments.

“If we looked at the sky, we would see this tunnel-shaped structure in almost every direction we looked — that is, if we had eyes that could see light from the radio “.

The researchers calculated that the structures lie about 350 light-years from the solar system, which West said is “the distance equivalent to travel between Toronto and Vancouver two trillion times.”

She explained that a few years ago, one of the study’s co-authors, Tom Landecker, told her of a related article dated 1965, “from the early days of radio astronomy.”

According to West, the article’s authors speculated that “[…] The radio signals polarized from our view of the local arm of the galaxy can emerge from within it.”

She explained that a few years ago, one of the study’s co-authors, Tom Landecker, told her of a related article dated 1965, “from the early days of radio astronomy.”

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“This article inspired me to develop this idea and connect my model to the much better data that our telescopes provide us today,” the scientist said.

She added that astronomers have known about the North Pole and the fan zone for decades, but most scientific theories focus on these structures individually. West insisted that she and her colleagues believe they are the first researchers to connect the structures as a single unit.

“I find it amazing to imagine that these structures are everywhere when we look at the night sky,” she said, hoping that more discoveries related to the research are only a matter of time.

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