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How can we make an order-of-magnitude estimate of the strength of Earth's magnetic field?
The source of Earth's magnetic field is a dynamo driven by convection current in the molten core. Using some basic physics principles (Maxwell's equations, fluid mechanics equations), properties of ...
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