author={A. Ulacia Rey and A. P{\'e}rez Mart́ınez and Roberto Sussman},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics D},
We consider a magnetized degenerate gas of fermions as the matter source of a homogeneous but anisotropic Bianchi I space–time with a Kasner-like metric. We examine the dynamics of this system by means of a qualitative and numerical study of Einstein–Maxwell field equations which reduce to a non-linear autonomous system. For all initial conditions and combinations of free parameters, the gas evolves from an initial anisotropic singularity into an asymptotic state that is completely determined… 
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