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Accidente de Chernóbil (The Chernobyl disaster) [1986] [Chernobyl/Ucrania]

Accidente de Chernóbil (The Chernobyl disaster) [1986] [Chernobyl/Ucrania]

Pripyat Now | Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and now Fukushima … what do they have ...

Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and now Fukushima … what do they have in common?

Visiting Chernobyl and Pripyat. If you are traveling in Kiev, Ukraine, you can do a tour to the site of Chernobyl nuclear disaster and the ghost town of Pripyat.

Visiting Chernobyl and the Ghost Town of Pripyat

The Chernobyl disaster was a nuclear accident that occurred in 1986 in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. It is known to be the worst nuclear accident in history, and after…

Facts You may not know about the ‪#‎Chernobyl‬ accident http://tour2chernobyl.com/ChernobylDisaster ‪#‎infographic‬

It's infographic about Chernobyl Disaster and facts You may not know about the Chernobyl accident.

Extreme Tourism - Visit Chernobyl A Nuclear Disaster Tourist Site

Tourists may soon be able to vist the sealed area around the Chernobyl nuclear plant which is obviously, the site of the worlds worst nuclear accident.

May 1986: In the 30km no-go zone around the reactor, liquidators measure radiation levels in neighbouring fields using antiquated radiation counters, wearing anti-chemical warfare suits that offer no protection against radioactivity, and "pig muzzle" masks. The young plants will not be harvested, instead used by scientists to study genetic mutations in plants

Chernobyl nuclear disaster – in pictures

The city left abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster - http://www.worldabandoned.com/2012/05/prypiat-nuclear-exclusion-zone.html

The city left abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster - http://www.worldabandoned.com/2012/05/prypiat-nuclear-exclusion-zone.html

A museum of robotic equipment used during the Chernobyl disaster

A museum of robotic equipment used during the Chernobyl disaster

Chernobyl Disaster, April 26, Ukraine, Tourism, Robots, Museums, Turismo, Robotics, Robot

A map of Chernobyl in the UN report shows regions shaded according to rate, up to 3,700 kBq per sq m - areas with less than 37 kBq per sq m are not shaded at all. In round terms, this suggests that the radioactive fallout at Fukushima is less than 1% of that at Chernobyl. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-12860842

Viewpoint: A new way to look at radiation

A map of Chernobyl in the UN report shows regions shaded according to rate, up to 3,700 kBq per sq m - areas with less than 37 kBq per sq m are not shaded at all. In round terms, this suggests that the radioactive fallout at Fukushima is less than 1% of that at Chernobyl. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-12860842

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