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Photo Book 2015 just published

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a fifty-page photo book can tell a lot about ITER.

With the project now engaged full speed in construction and manufacturing, the 2015 edition of the Progress in Pictures photo book offers a panoramic view of what is happening on the ITER construction site in Saint-Paul-lez-Durance, France, and in the factories of the project's Members throughout the world.

Produced in collaboration with the seven ITER Domestic Agencies, the photo book is renewed annually to document ITER progress.

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View or download the 2015 edition here.


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