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  • Bookmark | The Future of Fusion Energy

    To write about fusion is to walk a fine line between the temptation of lyricism and the arid demands of scientific accuracy. Whereas the general media tends to [...]

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  • Image of the week |The shine of silver

    All ITER components are precious. But some look more precious than others. A vacuum vessel sector, a toroidal field coil, a cryopump, or a divertor cassette a [...]

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  • JT-60SA | "ITER satellite" to begin operating next year

    In a major assembly milestone for the JT-60SA tokamak, the 12-metre-tall central solenoid was successfully installed by overhead crane on 8 May. Japanese televi [...]

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  • ITER physics school | Ten years of lectures now available

    The lectures from ten ITER International Schools held since 2007 have been collected and are now available through a dedicated webpage on the ITER website. I [...]

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  • "Vigyan Samagam" | India showcases megascience

    From micro to macro—specifically, from the India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO) that will study neutrino mass ordering events lasting 10-43 seconds, to the La [...]

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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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