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There are many peer reviewed papers on electricity (electric fields and electric currents) in space. They do not necessarily cover aspects of the "Electric Universe" theories. This website does not necessarily endorse any papers listed, and the authors listed are responsible only for their own work. See also the numerous citations in: "Electricity throughout the Universe"



  • Electric Space, an exhibition developed by the Space Science Institute, together with the Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) with funding from the Informal Science Education Program of the National Science Foundation's Education and Human Resources Directorate, and NASA's Space Physics Division.

General electricity in space

  • Alfvén, Hannes, "Electricity in Space", in The New Astronomy, a Scientific American Book. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1955., p.74

Solar system electricity

Solar electricity

Mars electricity

Saturn Electricity

  • Fischer, Georg; Gurnett, Donald A.; Kurth, William S.; Akalin, Ferzan; Zarka, Philippe; Dyudina, Ulyana A.; Farrell, William M.; Kaiser, Michael L., "Atmospheric Electricity at Saturn" (abs), Space Science Reviews, Volume 137, Issue 1-4, pp. 271-285, 06/2008

Jupiter electricity



Extra-solar electricity


Redshift and quasars

Binary stars

  • Wu, Kinwah; Cropper, Mark; Ramsay, Gavin; Sekiguchi, Kazuhiro, "An electrically powered binary star?", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 331, Issue 1, pp. 221-227

Interstellar currents

Extragalactic jets

Intergalactic currents

Terrestrial electricity

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