Chernobyl Nuclear Reactors

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 18.10.2013

So here are some of the images from and around the Chernobyl Nuclear Reactors and surrounding cooling towers. Notice how the radiation levels increase when getting closer to reactor #4. Radiation levels are that degree are fine.


Reactor #4


Unfinished reactors #5/6. The cranes are still in the same position as they were when the incident happened


Increased radiation levels across from reactor #4


This was containment and transport for nuclear materials


Radiation levels outside reactor #4


Now this was a nasty spot where a hot particle was found, at this rate – not cool to hang around too long

So thats it, loads more images that I’ll post as soon as I have the time



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