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Latest ITER Newsline

  • Load tests | Heavyweight champion

    The Assembly Hall, with its two giant tools towering 20 metres above ground, is one of the most spectacular locations on the ITER site. When a dummy load weighi [...]

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  • Fusion's new pioneers | How to go fast enough to make a difference

    Last month in New York, the Stellar Energy Foundation and the Fusion Industry Association co-hosted an invitation-only workshop: 'Roadmap to the Fusion Energy E [...]

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  • A "magic moment" | Cryostat 60% complete

    When a seafaring vessel is launched, naval tradition requires that a bottle be broken on its hull to invite good luck. Although the ITER cryostat will never tak [...]

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  • ITER remembers IAEA chief Yukiya Amano

    The ITER Organization has learned with sadness that the three-term Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Yukiya Amano, has passed a [...]

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  • Image of the week | Tokamak-sur-mer

    At the height of the heat wave, in late June, surface temperature on the ITER worksite climbed to the 50 °C range. To continue work—and protect workers—a series [...]

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Looking for a picture of ITER construction taken from 40 metres above the platform? Jacques Chirac's handwritten note on the occasion of the ITER site decision? Factory images of ITER component manufacturing in Philadelphia, Glazov or La Spezia?

You'll find these and more on the new Image Gallery page, where seven collections of images recount the ITER story ... past, present and future. Back in Time, Life at ITER, Site Milestones, Aerial, Manufacturing Underway, Technical and Scenic—seven new galleries that offer over 400 downloadable and informative images relating to the ITER Project.

See the new ITER Image Galleries here.


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