Nuclear Reactors (research)

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Article newyorker.com

The Activists Who Embrace Nuclear Power | The New Yorker - The New Yorker


In the face of climate change, some environmentalists are fighting not to close power plants but to save them.

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Article nasa.gov

Demonstration Proves Nuclear Fission Can Provide Exploration Power | NASA - NASA


NASA and the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) have successfully demonstrated a new nuclear reactor power system that could enable long-dura...

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Article wired.com

The Next Nuclear Plants Will Be Small, Svelte, and Safer | WIRED - Wired


A new generation of reactors will start producing power in the next few years. They're comparatively tiny—and may be key to hitting our climate goals.

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Article motherboard.vice.com

NASA’s Decades-Long Quest to Build a Deep Space Nuclear Reactor - Motherboard | Vice - Motherboard (2018)


NASA has struggled for half-a-century to take a nuclear reactor from the drawing board into space. This year it successfully tested the first new nuclear reactor design in the U...

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Article world-nuclear-news.org

NASA to test prototype Kilopower reactor


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will this month start testing uranium-fuelled Stirling engines for use in possible future missions to Mars. The technolo...

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Compact Nuclear Fusion Reactor Is ‘Very Likely to Work,’ Studies Suggest - The New York Times


A series of research papers renews hope that the long-elusive goal of mimicking the way the sun produces energy might be achievable.

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Article singularityhub.com

Construction of the World's Biggest Nuclear Fusion Plant Just Started in France - Singularity Hub (2020)


The hope is that by 2025 the plant will be able to produce “first plasma,” a test designed to make sure the reactor works.

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