In this review, we shall call any gravitationally-bounded object having
an angular momentum and intrinsic magnetic field by
the term ``gravimagnetic rotator'' or simply, rotator.
In order to specify the intrinsic properties of the rotator, three parameters
are sufficient - the mass M, the total angular momentum
(I is the moment of inertia and
is the angular velocity), and the magnetic dipole moment
(see Figure 3). Given the rotator radius
, one can express the magnetic field strength at the
poles
by using the dipole moment
. The angle
between the angular moment
and the magnetic dipole moment
can also be of importance:
.

Figure 3: Schematic representation of a gravimagnetic rotator.