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World’s largest nuclear fusion machine approaches first trial

02 November 2015

In a research lab in Germany, researchers are preparing to switch on a 52-foot wide fusion device called a stellarator, that could change the game in fusion energy.

Screen shot from the Science YouTube video clip

The world’s largest nuclear fusion machine could be fired up by the end of November. Daniel Clery, deputy news editor for the journal, Science has written an article on this development, which can be read here.

The Science Channel YouTube video clip below is reproduced courtesy of Science.


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