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Japan’s JT-60SA nuclear fusion reactor has successfully initiated its first plasma production, a significant milestone in the development of renewable energy. The tokamak-style reactor, which uses superconducting magnets to confine gas to temperatures of 200 million degrees Celsius, aims to emulate the energy production of the sun without emitting harmful emissions or radiation. The reactor, measuring 13.7 meters in diameter and 15.4 meters in height, is a precursor to the larger fusion reactor ITER being constructed in France. The JT-60SA is expected to provide valuable data to enhance the understanding of plasma dynamics.

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