Iter: World’s largest nuclear fusion project begins assembly — The Muslim Times

Source: BBC By Paul Rincon; Science editor, BBC News website The world’s biggest nuclear fusion project has entered its five-year assembly phase. After this is finished, the facility will be able to start generating the super-hot “plasma” required for fusion power. The £18.2bn (€20bn; $23.5bn) facility has been under construction in Saint-Paul-lez-Durance, southern France. Advocates […]

Iter: World’s largest nuclear fusion project begins assembly — The Muslim Times

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