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  • Vacuum vessel repair | A portfolio

    Whether standing vertically in the Assembly Hall or lying horizontally in the former Cryostat Workshop now assigned to component repair operations, the non-conf [...]

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  • European Physical Society | ITER presents its new plans

    The new ITER baseline and its associated research plan were presented last week at the 50th annual conference of the European Physical Society Plasma Physics Di [...]

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  • Image of the week | The platform's quasi-final appearance

    Since preparation work began in 2007 on the stretch of land that was to host the 42-hectare ITER platform, regular photographic surveys have been organized to d [...]

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  • Cryopumps | Preparing for the cold tests

    Before being delivered to ITER, the torus and cryostat cryopumps are submitted to a  comprehensive series of factory acceptance tests. This is not sufficie [...]

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  • Fusion technologies | Closing a fusion schism

    Historically, inertial confinement and magnetic confinement approaches to fusion have been parallel, separate processes. The ITER Private Sector Fusion Workshop [...]

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Image of the week

Family day at ITER

Whether partners, children, parents or close relatives, they probably hear about ITER every day. But few of them, until last Sunday, ever had the opportunity to see ITER with their own eyes, experience the expanse of the construction site, the size of the components, the "pulse" (even on a Sunday) of one the largest and most enthralling science projects in the world.

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On Sunday 30 June the "Family Day" that ITER Communication organized provided just that opportunity to 650 ITER personnel and their relatives. The program included "self guided'' visits, presentations in the amphitheatre, plasma, magnet and vacuum experiments, and a spectacular immersion in virtual reality.

Partners, children, parents and close relatives of ITER personnel will continue to hear about ITER every day. Having experienced the reality behind the words and the stories, one can safely bet they will ask for more...

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