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Chernobyl Exclusion Zone: The Way It Is Today

Posted on August 21, 2013 by team


Ukraine is one of the most “nuclear” countries of the world: it has four Soviet nuclear power plants. Chernobyl NPP was the first one, it was built in 1970-77, in 1986 it was the largest together with the Leningrad NPP. Why did the tragedy happen? As they say it was “a rare combination of a technical and a human factor”.

Chernobyl NPP is huge – its length is about 3,5 km long, it employed some thousands of people.

The cooling pond with area of 22 km2 is stretching to Chernobyl parallel to Pripyat. It is six meters above the level of Pripyat so it’s going to be dried soon.

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3 Responses to “Chernobyl Exclusion Zone: The Way It Is Today”

  1. alnum says:

    this is not Russia

    • javox says:

      same lame comment, we all know is not russia, its ukraine, but this website is all about ex ussr and countries which belonged to the ussr….

  2. rrr-b-wolf says:

    Yes, and now, today, we have Fukushima.
    Much, much, much worse!!!!!!!

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