Nuclear News | December 22, 2016

Seoul. Photo Credit: Arian Zwegers

Seoul. Photo Credit: Arian Zwegers

Another Nuclear Fusion Record Just Got Broken in South Korea

Scientists working to make nuclear fusion a viable reality have smashed another record, after the Korean Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) reactor in South Korea maintained ‘high performance’ plasma in a stable state for 70 seconds this week- the longest ever recorded for this type of reaction.
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