Exploring China’s Fusion Reactor Research Facility: A Drone Tour

Exploring China’s Groundbreaking Fusion Reactor Research Facility

By Choi Hwan-seok, Xinhua News Agency Correspondent

Take a mesmerizing 40-second drone tour of the Fusion Reactor Comprehensive Research Facility (CRAFT) situated in Hefei, Anhui Province. CRAFT, an ambitious endeavor, strives to advance the crucial technologies required for the development of groundbreaking nuclear fusion energy, which emulates the power of the sun. Set to be completed by 2025, this state-of-the-art facility will enable engineers to design and rigorously test the key components of a fusion reactor.

As researchers push the boundaries of scientific achievement, CRAFT is poised to revolutionize the energy landscape by harnessing the immense potential of nuclear fusion. By simulating the fusion reactions that occur within our celestial neighbor, the sun, CRAFT aspires to unlock clean, virtually limitless power sources that can cater to our ever-growing energy demands.

Forge a path towards sustainable energy solutions with CRAFT, where cutting-edge science and engineering merge in the pursuit of a brighter, greener future.

(Video provided by Xinhua News Agency)

[신화/내외뉴스통신] Correspondent Choi Hwan-seok

Drone tour of China’s nuclear fusion reactor research facility (40 seconds)

Fusion Reactor Comprehensive Research Facility (CRAFT) in Hefei, Anhui Province.

CRAFT aims to foster key technologies used to develop nuclear fusion energy that supplies power to an artificial sun.

The facility is expected to be completed in 2025.

Engineers can develop and test the key components of a fusion reactor here.

[신화통신 기자 안후이(安徽)성 허페이(合肥) 보도]

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