Magnetic Archaeology of Early-type Stellar Dynamos

@article{Jermyn2021MagneticAO,
  title={Magnetic Archaeology of Early-type Stellar Dynamos},
  author={Adam S. Jermyn and Matteo Cantiello},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={923}
}
Early-type stars show a bimodal distribution of magnetic field strengths, with some showing very strong fields (≳1 kG) and others very weak fields (≲10 G). Recently, we proposed that this reflects the processing or lack thereof of fossil fields by subsurface convection zones. Stars with weak fossil fields process these at the surface into even weaker dynamo-generated fields, while in stars with stronger fossil fields magnetism inhibits convection, allowing the fossil field to remain as is. We… 

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