Stellarator in Germany

Germany just fire up a giant nuclear fusion machine

Germany just fire up a giant nuclear fusion machine

'Stellarator' is a success

A huge step towards the goal to achieve limitless and clean energy, with the start up of one of the world’s largest nuclear fusion machines.

Above: The first plasma!   Credit Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics



‘Stellarator’ is a success! Physicists at Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics in Germany, just announced that they’ve fired up with success, one of the world’s largest nuclear fusion machines, able to contain super-hot blobs of helium gas, or plasma.

It reached a temperature of 1 million°C and lasted for a tenth of a second

'Stellarator' at Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics

The Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics is working in ‘the research for the energy of tomorrow,’ to bring the solar fire on the earth.

Images credit Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics

Stellarator



By |2017-07-18T12:39:27+03:00Dec 14, 2015|Categories: Physics, Technology news|Tags: , |

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