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  • A 20-kilometer metal rope was thrown into the ionosphere to harness geomagnetism in space

A 20-kilometer metal rope was thrown into the ionosphere to harness geomagnetism in space

A 20-kilometer metal rope was thrown into the ionosphere to harness geomagnetism in space In 1996, the US Space Shuttle Columbia released a tethered satellite in space. A nearly 20-kilometer-long conductive rope was connected between the satellite and the space shuttle. up to 3 amps. Electricity is one of the most important inventions in human [...]

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  • Magnetic vs Non-Magnetic Metals

Paramagnetic vs Diamagnetic vs Ferromagnetic – Magnetism

Paramagnetic vs Diamagnetic vs Ferromagnetic – Magnetism Diamagnetic, paramagnetic, and ferromagnetic are the three main types of magnetic materials. The terms describe diamagnetism, paramagnetism, and ferromagnetism. The different types of magnetism refer to the way a material reacts to an external magnetic field. Here is a look at these three types of magnetism, examples of [...]

  • Magnetism Applications

Electromagnetism & Magnetism Applications

Electromagnetism & Magnetism Applications Magnetism and moving electrons are closely related to each other. The three phenomena pertaining to electromagnetism are: Moving electric charges produce magnetic fields. Magnetic fields exert forces on moving electric charges. Changing magnetic fields in the presence of electric charges cause electrons to flow In 1820, Danish physicist Hans Oersted noted [...]

  • Magnetism as an Energy Source Understanding Magnetic Force

Magnetism as an Energy Source

Magnetism as an Energy Source: Understanding Magnetic Force This article will discuss magnetic fields and electromagnetism. An invisible force occurs between two magnets when they are brought close to each other. This force may be an attraction force that pulls the magnets together or a repulsion force that pushes them apart. See Figure 1. Magnetic [...]

  • Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector

Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector

Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector An Electric Current Produces A Magnetic Field. You Can Take Advantage Of The Fact To Generate A Simple Apparatus To Check The Electrical Conductivity Of Different Materials, Including Both Solids And Fluids. The Detector Is Composed Of A Coil Of Cable, Using A Magnetic Compass Within It. [...]

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