Ballistic Theory of Ritz (BTR), Belopolsky, Zeeman effect, Ritz effect, spectral lines, Doppler effect, interstellar gas, Ehrenfest, ether, Cepheids, pulsars, plasma mirror
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
Since ancient times, the Earth's magnetic field has helped people find their way on land and in the ocean. When humanity turned its gaze to the cosmic ocean, a magnetic field was also found in other cosmic bodies, including the Sun and other stars . Suddenly, with the help of a radio telescope dish, Jocelyn Bell also discovered stars with super-strong magnetic fields - pulsars, which were predicted to play the role of a compass in space . It was believed that a strong magnetic field leads to the generation of powerful radio pulses by pulsars, by which, at any point in the galaxy, as with terrestrial radio beacons, it is easy to determine the galactic latitude, longitude and direction to the Earth or to the Galactic pole. But the mechanism for generating the magnetic field by pulsars and other magnetic stars is still largely mysterious.