How low-mass stars produce their ubiquitous magnetic fields has long puzzled astronomers. Models of how Earth accomplishes this task could hold the key to understanding the phenomenon on such stars.
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Johns-Krull, C. Magnetic bond. Nature 457, 158–159 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/457158a