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Worksite progress

A changing panorama

New "bridges" spanning the main boulevard of the ITER platform, massive structures progressively donning their final attire, buildings in the last stages of civil works rising like pyramids ... thirteen years into construction, the ITER scientific installation is acquiring its near-final appearance. Despite the heat waves of July and August, progress made over the summer is observable in every corner. Some of it is spectacular, some of it barely perceptible but no less significant.

Despite the heat waves of July and August, progress made over the summer is observable in every corner of the ITER platform. With the latest changes to its panorama, the scientific installation gets closer and closer to its final appearance. The last major addition to the construction platform will be the Hot Cell Facility. (Click to view larger version...)
Despite the heat waves of July and August, progress made over the summer is observable in every corner of the ITER platform. With the latest changes to its panorama, the scientific installation gets closer and closer to its final appearance. The last major addition to the construction platform will be the Hot Cell Facility.


For a full visual tour, view the photo gallery below.

 



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