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1 October 1997 Planetary rings: superdiamagnetic model and new course of investigations
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A program for investigating planetary rings must include purposeful experiments to explore the superconductive material state of the rings. Our hypothesis of the superconductive material state of planetary rings makes it possible to add classical theories of planetary rings with a nonconflicting superdiamagnetic model. It solves many problems of planetary rings by considering the phenomena peculiar to superconductors during interaction with the magnetic field.
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Andrew Yury Pospelov, Vladimir A. Tchernyi, and Sergey V. Girich "Planetary rings: superdiamagnetic model and new course of investigations", Proc. SPIE 3116, Small Spacecraft, Space Environments, and Instrumentation Technologies, (1 October 1997); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.293330
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