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  • Chernobyl Disaster

    Blog Pic Any disaster can not have good memories associated with it. The Chernobyl disaster is one of such disasters that occurred on April 26, 1986 in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant located in Ukraine. It is also known as a catastrophic nuclear accident. Today, it has been considered as the worst nuclear power plant accident ever happened. 
    This mis-happening triggered the release of radiation into the atmosphere including both particulate and gaseous radio isotopes. This mis-happening is also known as the most significant, unintentional release of radiation in the environment till date. 
    As per a report issued by the United Nations in 2008, this accident caused 0.065 million man-sieverts of radiation exposure to recovery workers. It also caused 0.18 million man-sieverts to the population of Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. It also affected most distant European countries by effecting 0.13 million man-sieverts there. Overall, this mis-happening accounted for 600000 man-sieverts which is equivalent to 21 more days of world exposure to natural background radiation. This was estimated by UNSCEAR in 1988. 
    The reason behind this accident was analyzed as the fact that the isotopes released at Chernobyl believed to last longer than those which were released by the detonation of atomic bombs. This all resulted in the production of radioactive curves which varied in shape and size as well. 
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    Saturday, October 13, 2012 4:00:00 AM
    Such kind of incident do bring a great loss for the people. Many lives are affected with such nuclear explosion cases!

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