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Virtual tour

Fly over and peek inside

A new tool takes us on a tour of the ITER worksite from the air, identifying the many buildings and technical areas that make up the scientific installation. 

This new interactive site map allows you to identify the buildings on the ITER platform and, by clicking on most numbers, to have a peek inside them (or, for not-yet realized buildings, to view a drawing of what they will look like). Feature created by Emmanuel Riche of ODYSSEE Communication for the ITER Organization. (Click to view larger version...)
This new interactive site map allows you to identify the buildings on the ITER platform and, by clicking on most numbers, to have a peek inside them (or, for not-yet realized buildings, to view a drawing of what they will look like). Feature created by Emmanuel Riche of ODYSSEE Communication for the ITER Organization.
The 42-hectare ITER platform is filling up—fully three-quarters of the required buildings and infrastructure for First Plasma is in place and only three major projects still have to be realized: the ITER Control Buildings, the Hot Cell Facility, and the buildings housing the power supply for neutral beam injection.

But don't take our word for it. Try out this new panoramic tool that allows you to identify the buildings of the ITER scientific facility from the sky. Clicking on most numbers will bring you briefly inside the building for a view of equipment, or show you what the not-yet-realized buildings will look like.

Click here and take the tour.



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