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Iran refuses to disclose the cause of the fire at the Natanz nuclear power plant Iran News

Iranian investigators have identified the cause of a fire at the Natanz nuclear power plant, a spokesman for the Iranian Supreme Security Agency said on Friday while refusing to immediately disclose details of the results for “security reasons”. The National Security Council’s statement came when Gholamreza Jalali, head of Iranian civil defense, told state television that Tehran would take revenge …

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An important Iranian nuclear facility was apparently sabotaged

An important Iranian nuclear facility was damaged on Thursday in a fire that appeared to be due to sabotage. A previously unknown group called Homeland Cheetahs, apparently a dissident group, took responsibility for the incident. The incident occurred in Iran’s largest uranium enrichment facility amid historical tensions between Washington and Tehran over the Iranian nuclear program. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more …

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Trump urges Iran to do the big deal and ties nuclear negotiations to elections

This aggressive tone marked a change. In recent months, Iran appeared to have been interested in lowering the temperature with Washington, negotiating the release of prisoners, and reducing attacks by its deputies on American forces in Iraq. But the calculation may have changed now, as surveys show that Mr. Trump is having trouble; Suspected democratic candidate Joseph R. Biden Jr. …

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Kim Jong-un is trying to increase North Korea’s nuclear strength

SEOUL, South Korea – After another week’s absence from the public eye, North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has convened the country’s top military governing body, in which he issued “new guidelines to further increase” his nuclear capabilities and promote senior weapons officials, the state media said North said on Sunday. Mr. Kim’s participation in the meeting was his first public …

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The Trump administration is considering the first nuclear test since 1992

The Trump administration is considering “the first nuclear test since 1992, citing threats from Russia and China” – but experts warn against triggering an “unprecedented arms race” and destabilizing international relations Trump administration officials allegedly discussed how to conduct a nuclear test during a meeting with several national security agencies on May 15 They claimed that Russia and China had …

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Supercomputer simulations of nuclear collapse supernovae reveal the complicated physics of the explosion of massive stars

Artist’s impression of a supernova. In a recent in the Monthly communications from the Royal Astronomical SocietyThe researchers Dr. Jade Powell and Dr. Bernhard Mueller from the ARC Competence Center for Gravitational Wave Detection (OzGrav) simulated three core collapse supernovae with supercomputers from all over Australia, including the OzSTAR supercomputer at Swinburne University of Technology. The simulation models, which are …

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Pompeo and Warren exchange Twitter for the Iranian nuclear deal

The arms embargo expires in October as part of the Iranian nuclear deal, which the government waived in 2018. But State Department officials, including Pompeo, have publicly argued in recent days that the US is still participating in the EU agreement and may request the return of the sanctions set out in the pact if the embargo is not renewed. …

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Scientists believe that, thanks to state-of-the-art AI, we can finally solve nuclear fusion

Scientists believe that by 2025 the world will see the first functional thermonuclear fusion reactor. In a nutshell, this is a major challenge, especially when you consider that the merger has been “almost there” for almost a century. Fusion reactors – not to be confused with conventional fission reactors – are the holiest grail when it comes to physical achievements. …

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North Korea is pushing ahead with its nuclear program and increasing illegal trade, a new UN report said

According to a 267-page report from the United States that contains surveillance photos and new evidence, North Korea is pushing ahead with its nuclear program and increasing illegal trade in new and more opaque ways. The annual report, created by sanction monitors as an “expert panel”, is a product of the United States Security Council. The report aims to provide …

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