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A magnetic field is dynamically created in the space around moving charged particles. One common substance that contains charged particles in motion is an iron magnet, whose atoms form cooperative alignments such that the axes of their spinning orbital electrons are parallel. An electric current flowing through a copper wire, where the electrons are actually passed from atom to atom, is another common example of charged particles in motion.
The Earth's molten core also contains charged particles in motion, thanks to the planet's rotation. This creates a magnetic field around the Earth. Charged particles flying from the sun are caught by this field and are forced down onto the north and south poles, where they interact with gasses in the upper atmosphere which flouresce, causing the Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights.
Any charged particle that moves through a magnetic field will experience a physical force. This new motion will in turn create its own magnetic field. This phenomenon has been harnessed at home to create such things as the electric motor.