Physics and phenomenology of weakly magnetized, relativistic astrophysical shock waves

@article{Vanthieghem2020PhysicsAP,
  title={Physics and phenomenology of weakly magnetized, relativistic astrophysical shock waves},
  author={A. Vanthieghem and M. Lemoine and I. Plotnikov and A. Grassi and M. Grech and L. Gremillet and G. Pelletier},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2020}
}
Weakly magnetized, relativistic collisionless shock waves are not only the natural offsprings of relativistic jets in high-energy astrophysical sources, they are also associated with some of the most outstanding displays of energy dissipation through particle acceleration and radiation. Perhaps their most peculiar and exciting feature is that the magnetized turbulence that sustains the acceleration process, and (possibly) the secondary radiation itself, is self-excited by the accelerated… Expand

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