New record for plasma maintenance

One day mankind will be able to harness the energy of the Sun. It's a scientist's dreamów. By creating an artificial sun on Earth we will get unlimited access to clean energy. A step closer has been taken by researchers at the National Center for Fusion Research in South Korea, whoóthat managed to sustain the plasma for 70 seconds.

But that is not the only good news regarding the progressóin nuclear fusion. Earlier this month, researchers from the Max Planck Institute and the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, in the 2014-built Wendelstein 7-X stellarator at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, discovered. At the Max Planck Institute in Greifswald, they generated tróThe radius of error will be less than 1 metreóThe research has been involved in keeping the plasma produced by the fusion reaction away from the walls of the reactor. About the detailsóYou can read in the article – Nuclear Fusion – The energy of the future is getting closer.

The Koreans managed to produce a plasma with a temperature of about 50 millionóin st. Celsius. Currently, teams working on the róIn the past, scientists thought that the only way to transport pollen underwater was by tidal flows.