I am wondering if there is a source of the magniude of the Dipole moments of all the planets and the sun, m.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

m(earth) is 8*10^22 A*m^2.

The Magnetic Field and the Electric Field such that:

Br = Mu0/4/pi*2*m*cos(Theta)/r^3

Btheta = Mu0/4/pi*m*sin(Theta)/r^3

Mphi = 0

Er = 1/4/pi/Epsilon*2*m*cos(Theta)/r^3

Etheta = 1/4/pi/Epsilon*m*sin(Theta)/r^3

Ephi = 0

I know that they actually fluctuate due to changing solar activities,ie solar flares and planetary topograpy but I want the average magnitudes just the same. Does anyone have this data or website?

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# Dipole Moments of the Planets and the sun

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