ITER Fusion Reactor to Postpone Basic...

ITER Fusion Reactor to Postpone Basic Physics Research

There are 1 comment on the LiveScience story from Oct 15, 2013, titled ITER Fusion Reactor to Postpone Basic Physics Research. In it, LiveScience reports that:

In light of construction delays of the first fusion reactor being designed to generate self-sustaining reactions, a committee has decided to postpone some basic physics research and other studies considered non-essential to the project's target, reports .

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Houston, TX

#1 Oct 15, 2013
If it's a reactor, no/little research time is reasonable.

500MW? If not possible, scram..

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