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‘Artificial Sun’ broke world record…

Developed in South Korea, the ‘Artificial Sun’ KSTAR operated for 20 seconds, reaching 100 Million degrees Celsius and broke a world record.

Work on nuclear fusion, a clean energy source that is expected to replace conventional methods that cause Global Warming, continues rapidly.

South Korea’s system called KSTAR (Korean Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research), also known as the “Artificial Sun”, broke the world record. KSTAR was the first fusion capable of operating above 100 million degrees Celsius for more than 20 seconds.

In experiments carried out 2 years ago, KSTAR was only able to operate above 100 million degrees Celsius for 1.5 seconds.

KSTAR, which is still in the testing phase, will mimic the fusion reactions occurring in the Sun when it is put into use and thus provide energy.

KSTAR, which is still in the testing phase, will mimic the fusion reactions occurring in the Sun when it is put into use and thus provide energy.

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