Study on baby stars reveals new insight
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An international team of astrophysicists has, for the first time, discovered a star other than the Sun flipping its north and south magnetic poles.
Astronomers trace magnetic web binding baby stars to their surrounding gas and dust.
Scottish and French astronomers have found a star with a fossilised magnetic field, left over from the time when the star formed.