Magnetic fields in the formation of the first stars.--II Results

@inproceedings{Stacy2022MagneticFI,
  title={Magnetic fields in the formation of the first stars.--II Results},
  author={Athena Stacy and Christopher F. McKee and Aaron Lee and Richard Klein and Pak Shing Li},
  year={2022}
}
Beginning with cosmological initial conditions at z = 100, we simulate the effects of magnetic fields on the formation of Population III stars and compare our results with the predictions of Paper I. We use gadget-2 to follow the evolution of the system while the field is weak. We introduce a new method for treating kinematic fields by tracking the evolution of the deformation tensor. The growth rate in this stage of the simulation is lower than expected for diffuse astrophysical plasmas, which… 

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The interstellar medium (ISM) of star-forming galaxies is magnetized and turbulent. Cosmic rays (CRs) propagate through it, and those with energies from ∼ GeV − TeV are likely subject to the

Exponentially Amplified Magnetic Field Eliminates Disk Fragmentation around Population III Protostars

One critical remaining issue that is unclear in the initial mass function of the first (Population III) stars is the final fate of secondary protostars that formed in the accretion disk—specifically,

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