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1,250 Ton Base of the Cryostat Installed, Fusion Reactor Reaches Major Milestone

1,250 Ton Base of the Cryostat Installed, Fusion Reactor Reaches Major Milestone

The 30-year-old project International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), is getting close to burning hot now that its 1250-tonne steel base of the cryostat, which will cover the magnetic system at cryogenic temperature from the environment, has been installed by engineers . This is a milestone that marks the installation […] interestingengineering.com See more about this here: 1,250 Ton Base of

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New Nuclear Fusion Reactor Design May Be a Breakthrough

New nuclear fusion reactor design may be a breakthrough

Nuclear fusion is the process of fusing atomic nuclei, which can unleash vast amounts of energy. Nuclear fusion reactors have existed for years, but none of them are able to sustainably produce energy. A new paper describes how permanent magnets can be used on stellarators to control the flow […] See more at: New nuclear fusion reactor design may be

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Patent Published for ‘Shoebox-Size’ Fusion Device: Power for US Navy’s New Antigravity Spacecraft?

Technology uses heavy hydrogen gas easily extracted from the ocean water to produce a surplus of energy upwards of the order of 1018 – enough to power a sizable city, or the US Navy’s existing antigravity spacecraft .

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