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  • Construction | A new team of problem solvers

    Integrating the many systems that make up the Tokamak machine is a lot like delivering a clash-free layout for the engine room of a modern nuclear submarine, on [...]

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  • Fusion world | Large fusion conference opens in Gandhi's hometown

    Mahatma Gandhi, whose mandir (a Hindi word for 'temple' or 'place of learning') is hosting the 27th edition of the International Atomic Energy Agency's Fusion E [...]

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  • ITER | A day in the life of

    Seven hundred people took part in the ITER Organization's latest Open Doors Day event on Saturday 20 October. ITER opened its doors on a beautiful autumn day [...]

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  • Langmuir probes | Have heatshield, will travel

    Delivering components to the ITER site requires massive logistics ... most of the time. At others, an airline passenger's pocket suffices. Of course, it is a ma [...]

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  • Physics | 10th ITER International School in January

    The ITER International School aims to prepare young scientists/engineers for working in the field of nuclear fusion and in research applications associated with [...]

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Catching the late afternoon sun



Half hidden amid the oaks and pines of the forest south of the ITER platform, the logistics platform warehouse glitters in the late afternoon sun.

The 150-metre long, 60-metre wide, 12-metre high building will be completed by late autumn, providing 9,000 square metres of storage for average-size ITER components.


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