US lab ignites fusion for first time in 7 months.

A U.S. government laboratory has successfully ignited nuclear fusion for the first time in seven months, a significant milestone in the study of nuclear fusion power, a promising source of clean energy.

According to the Financial Times and Bloomberg, a team of researchers at the National Ignition Facility, a nuclear fusion research facility at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, succeeded again in igniting nuclear fusion in an experiment on March 30.

The lab had been trying unsuccessfully for seven months after the first successful nuclear fusion ignition in December last year.

Nuclear fusion ignition means producing more energy from a nuclear fusion reaction than the energy input to create it, which is the same way the sun produces energy and is often referred to as an “artificial sun.

While this latest fusion reignition success is scientifically significant, 먹튀검증토토사이트 the consensus in the scientific community is that it could be decades before fusion power is actually commercialized.

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