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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.7, No. 5)

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Page : 1330-1336

Keywords : Intraclustermedium supernova KELT-A B and C Cold fronts.;

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When we consider universe, the most objects which are bound by gravity is the galaxy clusters. Intracluster medium forms the major component of space plasma. Most of the astronomical objects are build with matters which are ionised with high degree density of charges. These properties generates collective presence which are responsible for motion of charges in correspondence with varying electric and magnetic fields. In universe, most of the materials are in plasma state, mainly due to the constant and intense heating or collision which result in tear away of electrons. Astrophysical plasma generally incorporates the collection of starts which includes sun, gas between the stars radio galaxies and so on. To make it more precise, supernova remains to be an elegant example for astrophysical plasma. Nuclear physics remains to be the major source to understand these phenomenon in deep for carrying over with the research. Cold fronts in plasma galaxy clusters is an major research area which are mainly focussing on the front surface magnetic fields. Similar to galaxy clusters, recent research trend is focussing on triple star system. Triple star systems basically offers better opportunity for researchers as it is evolving as an interesting research topic. This new research basically deals with informations related to gas giants, how mananging orbits regarding the closeness.KELT-A, B and C forms this three star system. The alignment and orbiting of these star determines the intensity between the orbits. The more distant the orbits is, the more will be the intensity. Considering these areas of research we focus on the triple star system in relation to plasma astrophysics.

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