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Publicēts: 02.05.2004.
Valoda: Angļu
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On April 24th, 1986, in Ukraine, former USSR, it was a cool night with high humidity levels. The employees of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant were going about their regular duties on their ordinary shifts. Little did they know, that within hours, their lives would be changed, if they were spared, for the rest of their lives and generations much beyond them. Soon their lives and anyone who was within hundreds of kilometers from the power plant would be changed dramatically, mostly by problems, which were invisible, silent, and deadly in the worse possible ways. At 1:23 AM on the 25th, an explosion in unit 4 of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant occurred. The graphite core of the reactor had exploded, which then effectively caused an almost simultaneous explosion. The explosion from the core caused the second explosion to violently send the roof and most of the siding to the unit into the atmosphere and area around the plant. Not only did the roof blow off, and the core be exposed, but also the radioactive graphite, which the core was made of, now covered the roof, in an unprotected and uncontained setting. The immediate reactions of the workers were to fix the problem, not consider that the deadly radioactivity was now not enclosed within the safety of the unit. …

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