Talk:MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center

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Question if we build a multi platform reacter system in space that use the cold of space to cool the reactor core instead of water system cutting waste then use a beam transfer system to send the energy to earth in a clean form and also building the platform large enough to expand our space projects and maybe evan our mining local astrouds and maybe evan using the platform to reach the moon and set up a station for agracuture and other research.

Well, my (very limited and introductory) understand of these things is that it's the cooling that generates the energy - cool water is pumped in and gets heated up by the fusion, the heated steam then spins some alternators to generate electricity. S. Morrow 18:38, 13 May 2007 (UTC)

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