O2 near magnets? [duplicate]

Now we know that $\ce{O2}$ is paramagnetic. I was just curious to know if we can find $\ce{O2}$ in gaseous state near magnets (of sufficiently strong intensity)? Or is it just that $\ce{O2}$ displays paramagnetism in liquid state only?
• Indeed, gaseous $\ce{O2}$ is paramagnetic as well. As to your first question, we live on a planet with oxygen-rich atmosphere, so $\ce{O2}$ can be found pretty much everywhere even without magnets. – Ivan Neretin Jan 15 '16 at 5:30