Magnet for nuclear fusion made in Italy

Presented by ASG Superconductors

(ANSA) - La Spezia, May 19 - Italian firm ASG Superconductors on Friday presented the first magnet for Iter, the world's largest experimental plant designed to show it is possible to produce energy from nuclear fusion. It is 14 metres high, nine metres long, weighs 300 tonnes - as much as a Boeing 747 - and is the shape of a big capital D.
   

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