youcef wrote:I've read not so long ago an article that dealt with the same subject only it was stated they want to ignite jupiter and turn into an active star...
youcef wrote:TheAlien01 wrote:scientists will attempt to create an artificial sun
While it has seemed an impossible goal for nearly 100 years, scientists now believe that they are on brink of cracking one of the biggest problems in physics by harnessing the power of nuclear fusion, the reaction that burns at the heart of the sun.
In the spring, a team will begin attempts to ignite a tiny man-made star inside a laboratory and trigger a thermonuclear reaction.
...and now...the end is near....
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I've read not so long ago an article that dealt with the same subject only it was stated they want to ignite jupiter and turn into an active star...
Could have something to do with this who knows.
ddd wrote:We nuked Jupiter?
The energy created by the impacting fragments of shoemaker levy 9 on Jupiter were FAR more powerfull than any nuke we've got - The impact of fragment G released the energy of 600 times the worlds nuclear arsenal combined.
gbsc wrote:This I am sure is a way out question - but would it be possible to restart fusion on the sun before it starts to expand? Before it runs out of hydrogen?
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