Nuclear power is energy released in large amounts by the splitting or formation of atomic nuclei. The light and heat of the sun and other stars are examples of naturally occurring nuclear energy. Artificially produced nuclear energy can be released in a steady, controllable manner in devices called nuclear reactors.
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