A key milestone in the field of nuclear fusion is bringing the reality of a world of carbon-free power one step closer. The new superconducting magnet has broken magnetic field strength records, which paves the way for a more practical, commercialized, and carbon-free power.
This large superconducting magnet called SPARC is dubbed as the strongest fusion magnet in the world. It was built and designed by Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) and MIT's Plasma Science and Fusion Center (PSFC).
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