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Posted January. 12, 2007 06:35,   


The Korea Basic Science Institute under the Ministry of Science and Technology completed the production of Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) and celebrated the completion with a ceremony of covering the lid of the cryostat cylinder. The device was developed only with domestic technologies. When the device is put into operation starting August at the Nuclear Fusion Center in Daedeok Valley, Korea will join the ranks of advanced countries in terms of nuclear fusion technology. Nuclear fusion is drawing attention as a future energy source. Solar energy can be generated by nuclear fusion.