Photos from: A historic day for clean fusion energy

The hohlraum that was used to successfully spark fusion ignition.An artistic rendering of a fusion target being bombarded with lasers.Fusion chamber at LLNL's NIF where 192 lasers delivered more than 2 megajoules.

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

An artistic rendition of fusion ignition – to create fusion, the National Ignition Facility's laser energy is converted into X-rays inside a hohlraum, which then compresses a fuel capsule until it implodes, creating high-temperature, high-pressure plasma.

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