Electric currents flowing through space plasmas can be recognized through their distinct filamentary shape. With remarkable advances in space telescopes, we see today in unprecedented detail filamentary structures that pervade the visible universe at all scales. The appearances of these unique structures have proved puzzling far more often than not to astronomers. In this episode, we explore why filamentation throughout the cosmos is just one of ten reasons why the Universe is electric.
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