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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_nuclear_fusion

This timeline of nuclear fusion is an incomplete chronological summary of significant events in ... Based on F.W. Aston's measurements of the masses of low -mass elements and Einstein's discovery that E=mc2, Arthur Eddington proposes that ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_fusion

In nuclear physics, nuclear fusion is a reaction in which two or more atomic nuclei come close .... Around 1920, Arthur Eddington anticipated the discovery and mechanism of nuclear fusion processes in stars, in his paper The Internal ...

lppfusion.com/fusion-power/brief-history-of-fusion-power

In the 1930's scientists, particularly Hans Bethe, discovered that nuclear fusion was possible and that it was the energy source for the sun. Beginning in the ...

www.iter.org/newsline/-/1836

Feb 12, 2014 ... Visitors to ITER often ask: 'Who discovered (or invented) fusion? ... of nuclear physics, to precisely identify the processes that Eddington had ...

www.actforlibraries.org/the-discovery-of-nuclear-fission-and-nuclear-fusion

The history fission and fusion is rather short and very convoluted, so a brief description of the two processes is a good place to start. Simply put, “fission” is a  ...

www.quora.com/Who-discovered-and-how-was-nuclear-fusion-discovered

Dr. Mark Oliphant was one of the first people to do fusion at the Enrst Rutherfords' labs in England, in 1933. Dr. Oliphant basically was accelerating ions a...

www.reference.com/science/discovered-nuclear-fusion-7db44148e2024e6c

Robert d'Escourt Atkinson and Friedrich George "Fritz" Houtermans first discovered the origins of nuclear fusion in 1929. They are credited with discovering that ...

physics.info/fusion

F. W. Aston discovered in 1920 the key experimental element in the puzzle. He made precise ... Fusion powers the stars and high yield thermonuclear weapons.

www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/nuclear-fusion-discovery-quark-bomb

Nov 3, 2017 ... It sounds like something from science fiction, but a team of physicists feared their nuclear fusion discovery was too dangerous to be published.