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  • CODAC | The "invisible system" that makes all things possible

    It is easy to spot all the big equipment going into ITER; what is not so visible is the underlying software that makes the equipment come alive. Local control [...]

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  • Assembly | Zero-gravity in a cramped place

    The volume of the Tokamak pit may be huge, but so are the components that need to be installed. As a result, assembly operators will have very little room to ma [...]

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  • Image of the week | A closer look at KSTAR

    Over its twelve years of operation, the KSTAR tokamak (for Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research) has built an extremely valuable database for the fut [...]

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  • Pre-compression rings | Six of nine completed

    The European Domestic Agency is responsible for the fabrication of nine pre-compression rings (three top, three bottom and three spare). The first five have bee [...]

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  • Industrial milestone | Japan completes the first D-shaped coil of the ITER Tokamak

    In a ceremony on 30 January, a major industrial achievement was celebrated in Japan—the completion of the first 360-tonne D-shaped toroidal field coil for the I [...]

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Photobook(s)

Small is beautiful

The pocket-size versions of the 2017 photobook in English and in French. (Click to view larger version...)
The pocket-size versions of the 2017 photobook in English and in French.
Every year since 2014, the ITER Organization has been publishing a photobook that aims to encapsulate the progress accomplished in building construction and component fabrication and to chronicle the daily life at ITER. Over the years, the US, Korean and Japanese Domestic Agencies have published their own editions, adding several pages to the sections on their procurement contributions. (See them in ITER Publications/brochures.)

The 2017 edition of the ITER photobook came out in January of this year. It can now be downloaded in the form of two smaller-format, almost pocket-size versions (180 x 135 mm)—one in English, one in French.

Click for the English and French editions.


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