Assume that it hits the Galactic magnetic field at an angle of 45o, i.e. such that the components of its momentum parallel and perpendicular to the magnetic field are equal. What is its cyclotron radius? How long does it take to execute one cyclotron orbit? W ealso, know velocity From part a0. which I didn't post), magnetic field strength, and the Lorentz factor, since were accounting for relativistic objects? Mainly I'm not sure about the whole 45 degrre angle and equal components of momentum and how they relate to cyclotron motion.