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The Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research or KSTAR has taken a major leap forward in the development of a working…

By admin , in Science , at December 28, 2020 Tags:

The Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research or KSTAR has taken a major leap forward in the development of a working nuclear fusion reactor. Unlocking the power of nuclear fusion has been the dream of scientists since the early 20th century but has proven a tough puzzle to crack. Nuclear fusion, which works by combining two atomic nuclei into a larger nucleus to release energy, promises to unleash more energy than it consumes.

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