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    ITER is made possible through the work of thousands of scientists, engineers, workers of all trades and industries across the globe. It is also made possible by [...]

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    A 440-tonne, 40-degree sector of the ITER vacuum vessel left Busan, Korea, on Sunday 28 June. A unique component has taken to the sea—one that was more than t [...]

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    In the small Korean village (25 houses!) where Keun-Kyeong Kim spent the first eight years of his life, there was no electricity— just batteries to power transi [...]

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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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