Why does the solar wind displace local magnetic fields on its way?

The solar wind, made up of charged particles, is an ideal conductor. According to Faraday’s law for electromagnetic induction and Lenz’s rule, any changes in the external magnetic field in an ideal conductor lead to the appearance of an induction current of such a direction and strength that its magnetic field completely compensates for these changes.

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