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  • ITER DNA | A "case" study...

    In December last year, and again this year in early May, pre-welding fitting tests demonstrated that steel components as tall as a four-storey building (and wei [...]

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  • First plasma| Temporary in-vessel protection

    The vacuum vessel, the operating theatre of the ITER machine, needs to be protected against possible damage from the hot plasma at any given time during its ope [...]

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  • Divertor cassettes | Successful prototypes open way to series

    Before embarking on the fabrication of the 54 complex steel structures that will form a ring at the bottom of the ITER machine—the divertor cassettes—the Europe [...]

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  • Images of the week | Titan tool 90 percent complete

    Towering 22 metres above ground and weighing approximately 800 tonnes, the twin sector sub-assembly tools (SSAT) are formidable handling machines that will be u [...]

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  • Video | How does the ITER cryoplant work?

    Cold is essential to ITER—10,000 tonnes of superconducting magnets, the thermal shield that surrounds the machine, the cryopumps that achieve the high vacuum in [...]

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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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