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Chernobyl: Nuclear reactors - Shots from helicopter, cleaning workers

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Ukraine, Chernobyl, 26-04-1986

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Chernobyl: Shots from helicopter, cleaning workers The Chernobyl disaster was a nuclear accident of catastrophic proportions that occurred on 26 April 1986, at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine (then in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, part of the Soviet Union). It is considered the worst nuclear power plant accident in history and is the only level 7 event on the International Nuclear Event Scale. The disaster occurred on 26 April 1986, at reactor number four at the Chernobyl plant, near the town of Pripyat, during an unauthorized systems test. A sudden power output surge took place, and when an attempt was made at an emergency shutdown, a more extreme spike in power output occurred which led to the rupture of a reactor vessel as well as a series of explosions. This event exposed the graphite moderator components of the reactor to air and they ignited; the resulting fire sent a plume of radioactive fallout into the atmosphere and over an extensive area, including Pripyat. The plume drifted over large parts of the western Soviet Union, and much of Europe. As of December 2000[update], 350,400 people had been evacuated and resettled from the most severely contaminated areas of Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine.[1][2] According to official post-Soviet data, up to 70% of the fallout landed in Belarus.[3] Despite the accident, Ukraine continued to operate the remaining reactors at Chernobyl for many years. The last reactor at the site was closed down in 2000.[4] The accident raised concerns about the safety of the Soviet nuclear power industry as well as nuclear power in general, slowing its expansion for a number of years while forcing the Soviet government to become less secretive about its procedures.[5] Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus have been burdened with the continuing and substantial decontamination and health care costs of the Chernobyl accident. A 2006 report prepared by the Chernobyl Forum, led by the World Health Organization (WHO) states, "Among the 134 emergency workers involved in the immediate mitigation of the Chernobyl accident, severely exposed workers and firemen during the first days, 28 persons died in 1986 due to ARS (Acute Radiation Syndrome), and 19 more persons died in 1987-2004 from different causes. Among the general population affected by Chernobyl radioactive fallout, the much lower exposures meant that ARS cases did not occur". It is estimated that there will ultimately be a total of 4,000 deaths attributable to the accident, due to increased cancer risk.[6]

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French :

Chernobyl. Ukraine, Soviuet Union, tirs d'hélicoptère, nettoyage des travailleurs, en cas de catastrophe nucléaire, réacteurs nucléaires, rayonnement, ruines, centrale nucléaire de Tchernobyl, République socialiste soviétique d'Ukraine, Pripyat, radioactif, ,


Greek :

Τσερνομπίλ. Ουκρανία, Soviuet Ένωση, πλάνα από ελικόπτερο, καθαρισμού εργαζομένων, πυρηνικών αντιδραστήρων, πυρηνική καταστροφή, ακτινοβολία, ερείπια, πυρηνικού σταθμού του Τσερνομπίλ, ουκρανική Σοβιετική Σοσιαλιστική Δημοκρατία, Pripyat, ραδιενεργών, ,


Korean :

체르노빌입니다. 우크라이나, Soviuet 연합, 헬리콥터, 발 청소 노동자, 원자로, 핵 재해, 방사선, 유적, 체르노빌 원자력 발전소, 우크라이나 소비에트 사회주의 공화국, Pripyat, 방사능, ,


Polish :

Czarnobyla. Ukraina, Soviuet Unii, ujęcia z helikoptera, czyszczenie pracowników, reaktory jądrowe, katastrofy, promieniowanie, ruiny, elektrowni jądrowej w Czarnobylu, ukraińskiej Socjalistycznej Republiki Radzieckiej, prypeci, radioaktywne, ,


Russian :

Чернобыль. Украина, Soviuet союз, снимки с вертолета, уборка рабочих, излучения, ядерной катастрофы, ядерных реакторов, руины, Чернобыльской АЭС, Украинской Советской Социалистической Республики, Припять, радиоактивных, ,


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