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Is fusion finally feasible?


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Initial results from a UK experiment could help clear a hurdle to achieving commercial power based on nuclear fusion.

Researchers believe they now have a better way to remove excess heat produced by fusion reactions.  This intense heat can melt materials used inside a reactor, limiting the amount of time it can operate for.

The tests were carried out at the MAST (Mega Amp Spherical Tokamak) Upgrade nuclear fusion experiment in Oxfordshire. The £55m device began operating in October last year.

Full story at https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-57232644

Reports that the original name (Mega Useless Spherical Kettle) hit copyright problems have been denied by a man with thick glasses and a beard.

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43 minutes ago, Tom1200 said:

Reports that the original name (Mega Useless Spherical Kettle) hit copyright problems have been denied by a man with thick glasses and a beard.

He certainly gets around and causes problems, doesn't he? :unsure2:

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