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And little whorls have lesser whorls, and so on to viscosity. – Adaptation of The Siphonaptera by Lewis Richardson Abstract Astrophysical discs are often warped, that is, their orbital planes change with radius. This occurs whenever there is a non-axisymmetric force acting on the disc, for example the Lense–Thirring precession induced by a misaligned spinning black hole, or the gravitational pull of a misaligned companion. Such misalignments appear to be generic in astrophysics. The wide range of systems that can harbour warped discs—protostars, X-ray binaries, tidal disruption events, quasars and others—allows for a rich variety in the disc’s response.

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