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  • IAEA and ITER | Even closer cooperation

    Under Practical Arrangements signed in June, the International Atomic Energy Agency and the ITER Organization will be expanding and deepening a long history of [...]

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  • Neutral Beam Test Facility | High voltage component for MITICA

    Creating reliable high-energy neutral beams at ITER parameters, from a negative ion source, requires such a large technological leap that the components of the [...]

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  • 24th ITER Council | En route to First Plasma, 63% of the work is done

    The ITER Council has met for the twenty-fourth time since the signature of the ITER Agreement. Representatives from China, the European Union, India, Japan, Kor [...]

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  • Upper ports | A very international effort

    The 18 upper ports of the ITER vacuum vessel are procured by Russia, manufactured in Germany, and mounted (in part) on the vessel sectors by contractors in Ital [...]

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  • Paint job | One level done, five to go

    The job is done and the effect is spectacular. At the deepest basement level (B2) of the Tokamak Building, the floors, walls, and ceilings are now perfectly whi [...]

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In case you missed it...

''Le Soleil sur Terre'' opens with an interview of Deputy Director-General Gary Johnson, presently Acting Head of the Department for ITER Project. (Click to view larger version...)
''Le Soleil sur Terre'' opens with an interview of Deputy Director-General Gary Johnson, presently Acting Head of the Department for ITER Project.
Last Monday, 13 September at 4:30 p.m., the French-German cultural TV channel Arte aired "Le Soleil sur Terre" (The Sun on Earth), a documentary on fusion which featured ITER, Tore-Supra, the French inertial fusion installation Laser Mégajoule and the Z Machine at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Those of us who, at that time of the day, could not be sitting comfortably watching TV in their living-room, can still view the program on the "Construire le futur" (Building the Future) page of ARTE's web site.

The program is available both in French and German.


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