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Korean Fusion Reactor

April 8 , 2024 40 days 198 0
  • The Scientists have set a new world record using the Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) device nuclear fusion reactor.
  • They have generated plasma temperatures of 100 million degrees Celsius for 48 seconds during tests.
  • This temperature is seven times that of the Sun's core, which is 15 million degrees Celsius.
  • The facility's previous record, set in 2021, was just 30 seconds.

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