Chernobyl reactor

Evidence of Human Presence - Abandoned: Chernobyl

The Chernobyl disaster was a catastrophic nuclear accident that occurred on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

Chernobyl Reactor Disaster

Chernobyl Reactor Disaster

("Chernobyl, reactor 4") caused a massive radiation meltdown. Totally destroyed the population living there, along with the domesticated & wild animals, & their homes .....

("Chernobyl, reactor caused a massive radiation meltdown. Totally destroyed the population living there, along with the domesticated & wild animals, & their homes .

Chernobyl Reactor 4 Control Panel

The old control room is shown inside reactor in the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in this file photo.

Chernobyl-today is the 30 anniversary of Chernobyl. Take a moment and think about how many people suffered. Thanks :) --Lydia/Ldubwhat//

The Chernobyl nuclear incident was the result of a flawed reactor design that was operated by inadequately trained people.

Chernobyl's reactor number four exploded in 1986 - killing 43 people in the immediate aftermath and up to 10,000 from radiation and genetic disorders since then. Photographs of Chernobyl and the ghost town of Pripyat by Zoltan Balogh.

Photographs of Chernobyl and the ghost town of Pripyat by Zoltan Balogh

Photographs of Chernobyl and the ghost town of Pripyat by Zoltan Balogh.

Inside of Chernobyl reactor 4 Watchout of radiation ... ! You can even feel, hear it ...

Inside of Chernobyl reactor 4 Watchout of radiation . You can even feel, hear it .

Gerd Ludwig is suited up as he prepares to enter the radioactive reactor #4.   Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, 2005.

Gerd Ludwig – The Long Shadow Of Chernobyl

Chernobyl: 25 Years After The Nuclear Disaster. Photographer Gerd Ludwig gearing up for a entry into the highly contaminated Reactor - the maximum he and the shift workers are allowed to spend in a single day.

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