An asymmetrical area surrounding our planet, expanding from about a hundred to several thousand kilometers above the area, where charged particles are trapped and their behavior is dominated because of the planet's magnetic area.
The comet-shaped region around Earth or any other world in which charged particles tend to be trapped or deflected. Shaped because of the solar power wind as well as the planet's magnetic field.
the magnetized industry of a planet; the volume all over world which charged particles are topic even more to the world's magnetic industry than to the solar magnetized field.
the magnetized field of a planet; the amount round the earth where charged particles are subject even more to the world's magnetic area than to the solar magnetic field