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    Fascinating, thanks Lester. The man from cryogenic section said that they took the magnets down to -296 degrees centigrade. This is surely an even bigger achievement than the plasma?

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    Very interesting........a real engineering marvel!!!
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    I am forever impressed by these monster machines https://www.iter.org/mach , it would be great to hear that they actually have one up and running....for a few hours and get out more usable energy than it takes to run one. Will I live to see the day?

    http://www.world-nuclear.org/info/cu...-fusion-power/

    The goal of ITER is to operate at 500 MWt (for at least 400 seconds continuously) with less than 50 MW of input power, a tenfold energy gain. No electricity will be generated at ITER.

    A 2 GWt Demonstration Power Plant, known as Demo, is expected to demonstrate large-scale production of electrical power on a continual basis. The conceptual design of Demo is expected to be completed by 2017, with construction beginning in around 2024 and the first phase of operation commencing from 2033.
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