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  • Thermal shield repair | Where are we at?

    Fitting the vacuum vessel sectors like a jacket, lining the inner wall of the cryostat, or covering the sides of vertical coil gravity supports, ITER's thermal [...]

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  • Assembly prep | Reviewing plans for in-vessel installation

    A thorough review of all 'in-vessel' assembly scope was organized by the ITER Machine Assembly Program in early February, with the active participation of senio [...]

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  • Image of the week | Last measurements before campaign

    In order to precisely identify the bevel regions that need to be rectified, metrologists from the SIMANN (SIMIC-Ansaldo) consortium are performing ultra-precise [...]

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  • Neutral Beam Test Facility | After upgrades, SPIDER testbed set to restart

    After a two-year shutdown for upgrades, the SPIDER testbed at the ITER Neutral Beam Test Facility in Padua, Italy, is preparing for commissioning and operation. [...]

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  • ITER Research Plan | Jointly preparing a new blueprint

    As part of work underway to update the ITER Project Baseline, a group of experts nominated by the Members met in February to evaluate the new blueprint for achi [...]

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Image of the week

More cladding and a new message

As the October sun sets on the ITER worksite, the cladding of the neutral beam power buildings takes on a golden hue. One after the other, each of the scientific buildings on the platform is given the ITER signature finish (mirror-like stainless steel alternating with dark grey-lacquered metal) to compose a striking architectural imprint on the Provencal landscape.

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This "golden hour" image also captures the new banner that was recently installed on the north wall of the Tokamak Building. For three and a half years, the former banner had sent a message of collective pride celebrating the delivery of the building, home of the ITER Tokamak. Now that the machine has entered the assembly phase, the message is one of commitment. "Safely assembling ITER" is a prerequisite for "a future with fusion energy."



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