An ITER project (EUFORIA) using a *fusor* image!! Priceless!

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chrismb
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An ITER project (EUFORIA) using a *fusor* image!! Priceless!

Post by chrismb »

Just idling around the web I came across this website.

I'm speechless. Way way beyond just amusing - even *euphoric*??

http://www.euforia-project.eu/EUFORIA/portal.do?

KitemanSA
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Post by KitemanSA »

Where? If you are talking about the "O" in EUFORIA, looks more like one of the "D" magnets from a tokamak to me.


Oops. Nope. Just found it. Neat!
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I think it's the purple thing in the title bar.
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Post by KitemanSA »

Yup. Caught it tween my first post and yours. Neat, what?

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Post by EricF »

If I am not mistaken that is a picture of the fusor from Madison, WI??

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Post by chrismb »

I thought so too. They built some nice neat grids, as this one looks.

A small shame they didn't use a 'fully amateur' one - that would've been a cute outcome!

[edit]..correction, it is an amateur fusor..it's Brian McDermott's;

http://www.brian-mcdermott.com/prettystar.jpg

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Post by krenshala »

I wonder if they have Brian's permission to use that image?

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