Solar B>1

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Solar B>1

Post by MSimon »

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MSimon wrote:* ... eelcme.htm


Confinement destroyed.
:shock: Kewl........
Vae Victis

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Post by drmike »

Wow, astronomers have gotten lucky twice in one month! I hope they can convince a lot of people we need more instruments in space so we can stay lucky.

The scale is just mind boggling:
until—crack!—the field lines rupture, producing an explosion more powerful than a hundred million hydrogen bombs.

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Post by tombo »

Impressive demonstration of the instability of concave fields.

After seeing that I can't imagine how can they possibly make a Tokamak work.

In a PW all those mass ejections become mass injections.
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Post by TallDave »

I saw that too. My first thought was "This is how ITER will die."

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