What would you say if you were asked what the single, largest structure in our solar system is?
You might guess the Sun, but you'd be wrong. The largest structure in the solar system is Jupiter's magnetosphere.
The magnetosphere is the area around an object, controlled by that object's magnetic field. And Jupiter's is so large, it would appear as big as the Moon if we could see it.
But what is a magnetic field?
Check out this guide for the ultimate FAQ session about magnetic fields. For accurate conversions between 11 common units, try our free magnetic field calculator.