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A beginners' introduction to plasmas.
This site has some good information on plasma, aurora and the magnetosphere.
As part of the Internet Plasma Physics Education eXperience (IPPEX) project, the purpose of this program is to demonstrate the difficulty of trying to contain a plasma inside a tokamak by using ...
This website representing all aspects of plasma science and technology has been prepared as a service for the general public as well as for the educational and research communitites.
Read about electrons and ions, how they make a plasma and the aurora
Provides plain-language definitions of more than 3600 technical terms in all areas of Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy Research.
Thought the weather was weird on Earth? This site will introduce you to space weather, featuring plasmas, stars, solar wind , the magnetosphere and much more.
A great starting point for learning about nuclear fusion physics, plasma and tokamaks.
A magnetohydrodynamic generator has been described as a magnet on the tail of a jet engine. A super-hot plasma is created, ionizing the atoms of the fuel mixture.
An introduction to the plasmosphere, a region of dense, cold plasma that surrounds the Earth within the magnetosphere.
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