The Times: Didcot was hottest place in solar systemPress
6 November 2018

The Times: Didcot was hottest place in solar system

For a moment in the summer, the hottest place in the solar system was just north of Didcot, off junction 13 of the M4, where a ball of plasma flashed hotter than the centre of the sun. It was not only unlikely for south Oxfordshire; it also rekindled hopes of a breakthrough that physicists have dreamt of for more than 50 years: nuclear fusion.

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