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The Large Helical Device (大型ヘリカル装置, Ōgata Herikaru Sōchi) is a fusion research device in Toki, Gifu, Japan and is the largest superconducting stellarator in the world, employing a heliotron magnetic field originally developed in Japan. The objective of the project is to conduct fusion plasma confinement research in a steady state in order to elucidate possible solutions to physics and engineering problems in helical plasma reactors.

Latitude: 35° 19' 20.40" N
Longitude: 137° 10' 4.20" E

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