7 Times Hotter Than Sun, Nuclear Fusion

Even while the length and temperature do not break records, the newest achievement of heat 

stability simultaneously moves scientists one step closer to a functional fusion reactor.

Because enormous amounts of energy are created when two nuclei with low atomic weights fuse, 

nuclear fusion is a practical method for producing electricity. Because nuclear fusion doesn't produce radioactive material,

 it avoids the need for containment procedures needed for nuclear fission technologies.

Not creating the reaction is challenging in nuclear fusion. Scientists have developed a number of techniques, 

such as compressing materials with lasers and circling superheated gas. Maintaining this reaction is difficult so that power plants can capture the energy.

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