Paleomagnetic evidence for a disk substructure in the early solar system

@article{Borlina2021PaleomagneticEF,
  title={Paleomagnetic evidence for a disk substructure in the early solar system},
  author={Cau{\^e} S. Borlina and Benjamin P. Weiss and James F. J. Bryson and Xue-Ning Bai and Eduardo A. Lima and Nilanjana Das Chatterjee and Elias N. Mansbach},
  journal={Science Advances},
  year={2021},
  volume={7}
}
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