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Laboratory astrophysics with laser-driven strong magnetic fields in China

  • Fei-Lu Wang (a1), Xiao-Xing Pei (a1) (a2), Bo Han (a1) (a2), Hui-Gang Wei (a1), Da-Wei Yuan (a1), Gui-Yun Liang (a1), Gang Zhao (a1) (a2), Jia-Yong Zhong (a3), Zhe Zhang (a4), Bao-Jun Zhu (a4) (a2), Yan-Fei Li (a4) (a2), Fang Li (a4), Yu-Tong Li (a4) (a2), Si-Liang Zeng (a5), Shi-Yang Zou (a5) and Jie Zhang (a6)...

Abstract

In this paper, the recent studies of laboratory astrophysics with strong magnetic fields in China have been reviewed. On the Shenguang-II laser facility of the National Laboratory on High-Power Lasers and Physics, a laser-driven strong magnetic field up to 200 T has been achieved. The experiment was performed to model the interaction of solar wind with dayside magnetosphere. Also the low beta plasma magnetic reconnection (MR) has been studied. Theoretically, the model has been developed to deal with the atomic structures and processes in strong magnetic field. Also the study of shock wave generation in the magnetized counter-streaming plasmas is introduced.

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Correspondence to:  G. Zhao, Key Laboratory of Optical Astronomy, National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100012, China, Email: gzhao@bao.ac.cn; Jie Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 200240, China, Email: jzhang1@sjtu.edu.cn; Yutong Li, Beijing National Laboratory of Condensed Matter Physics, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190, China, Email: ytli@iphy.ac.cn

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