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- Fusion reactions in the Sun's core keep our nearest star burning.
- Nuclear fusion reactions need a lot of energy to get started.
- Scientists use particle accelerators to learn about nuclear fusion in stars.
- They can also learn about how atoms came together in the first few minutes of the Universe.
- Use the resource below to answer the questions that follow.. What kind of fusion powers the Sun?.
- What characteristics of stars make them good nuclear fusion reactors?.What did nuclear fusion contribute to the Universe billions of years ago?