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(weapons) deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy


immeasurably small

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Contractor address : General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.
General Atomics is part of the committee and is developing its system to meet the emerging standards, Suarez said.
Ohkawa proposed building a major new tokamak at General Atomics called Doublet III.
In my new role at General Atomics, I will have an opportunity to contribute at a global level," Lall told the media.
The only news of the incident came about a month after the meltdown, when the Valley Green Sheet, a forerunner of the Daily News, reported that a press release issued by Atomics International said there had been an accident with its reactor, but no radiation had escaped.
General Atomics held a workshop last May on producing hydrogen from both conventional nuclear fission and as-yet unproven nuclear fusion.
Bhadra, a physicist with the research company General Atomics in San Diego.
Another innovative design, called the Snowflake Divertor, originally suggested and analyzed by Dmitri Ryutov and colleagues at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), has also been successfully tested in recent experiments at the Center for Research in Plasma Physics in Switzerland (CRPP), and at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and General Atomics (GA) in the United States.
The manufacturer of both aircraft, General Atomics, is unlikely to have enough capacity to increase production so it can meet both services' requirements, said Air Force Secretary Michael Wynne.
Others include General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, Worksource Antelope Valley One Stop, Army, ACN, Primerica, Los Angeles Fire Department, EDO Corp.
In 1987, KM sold Sequoyah Fuels to General Atomics (GA) Corporation of San Diego, a shadowy company with ties to countries and institutions that operate in the murky penumbra of the high-tech international energy business.
and the Atomics International Division of Rockwell International Corp.
Hunter requested $26 million in earmarks for General Atomics and $3 million for TREX Enterprises for Fiscal Year 2010.
Using a cryogenic deuterium pellet injector installed on the DIII-D Tokamak operated by General Atomics in San Diego, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) researchers and collaborators were able to fire millimetre-sized frozen deuterium pellets into ultra-hot plasma at a rate of 60 times per second.
Ohio company, Algaeventure Systems, was awarded a purchase order to provide breakthrough algae harvesting technology to General Atomics for researching alternative jet-fuel applications.