Scientists in South Korea Develop a "Artificial Sun" to Produce Clean Nuclear Energy

By starting a potent nuclear reaction that resulted in temperatures seven

times greater than the Sun, South Korean physicists have discovered an artificial 

ource of clean nuclear energy. A article from the New York Post stated that 

this discovery of making a "artificial Sun" constituted a significant advancement in their research.

The Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) reactor, which

reached this milestone for the first time, reached temperatures of more than 100 million

degrees Celsius for about 30 seconds, according to scientists from Seoul 

 National University and the Korea Institute of Fusion Energy, the outlet added.

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