Korea Fusion

100 Million Degrees — Korean Fusion Energy Project Maintains Plasma Operation For Nearly 30 Seconds

A Korean-based fusion energy project maintained its plasma operation at 100 million degrees Celsius for nearly 30 seconds, according to Business Korea. The  business site reports that the National Fusion Research Institute announced the latest achievement of Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) project. It’s a key milestone for the project that wants to replicate …

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