Scientists capture the motion of hot dense plasma in real time on a two-dimensional Doppler spectrometer
Scientists let particles “surf” on Alfvén waves and solved a big mystery of the Northern Lights
Awake’s next-generation accelerated particle experiment brings the proton beam into synchronization
According to a recent report in Physical Review Letters, physicists at Rice University in the United States have discovered a way to trap the world’s coldest plasma in a magnetic bottle. This technological achievement helps advance research on clean energy, space weather and astrophysics. The plasma used by the research team in the latest experiment is described as the coldest plasma in the world, and its temperature is about 1°C higher than absolute zero, or -272°C.
China News Service, Beijing, March 1 (Guo Chaokai) A reporter learned from the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation Sixth Institute on March 1 that China’s first vehicle-mounted plasma medical waste disposal system developed by 11 institutes has successfully passed principle verification recently.
South Korea’s “artificial sun” breaks the world record and continues to operate for 20 seconds at a high temperature of 100 million degrees
2020-11-03 05:14:35 Source:Science and Technology Daily, an international research team composed of experts from the Moscow Institute of Engineering Physics (MEPhI) of the Russian National Nuclear Energy Research University, Osaka University in Japan, and the University of Bordeaux in France. Black holes accrete tiny matter in their disks and study them.
Now, international researchers led by physicists at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy have developed a technique that can predict how tokamak will respond to these harmful magnetic errors.