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Erik Spence, a physics graduate student, and Roch Kendrick, a mechanical engineer for the department of physics, wear thermal-protective clothing while working on equipment used for the Madison Dynamo Experiment at a remote UW-Madison physics research lab. Photo courtesy of UW-Madison.
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Full article >>> k the mysteries of the well-known, but poorly understood, phenomenon seen in the Earth and other rotating objects, including planets, stars and even entire galaxies. It is the largest working version in its class.

Like the others, the Madison Dynamo Experiment seeks to answer some very basic questions, Forest said: How fast do the naturally occurring magnetic fields grow? When do they sto......

Full article >>> nerate the self-perpetuating magnetic field that causes compasses to spin and shields the Earth from harmful cosmic rays.

Wed like to see this big ball of molten metal flowing in a certain way to produce a magnetic field, Forest said. At the core of the Earth, it is thought that there are lots of little flows and swirls occurring that contribute to the generation of the planets magnetic f......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Terry Devitt 01/10/05


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