Posts Tagged “nuclear energy”
Great Eastern Japan Earthquake hit a month ago on Friday, 11th of March. Triggering a tsunami, it struck hard several nuclear reactors at the Fukushima I powerplant. Since then workers at the plant have struggled to cool down the nuclear cores. Slow-news-day.net picked a few pictures from the past month depicting some of the events [...]
Did you know that most of the nuclear reactors in the US are on the eastern part? Did you know that all the reactors in South America are in Argentina and Brazil?
Satellite image shows damage in reactors 1 through 4. The fourth one is on the left hand side. Reactors 5 and 6 are the ones that are intact on the right hand side of the picture. It’s been reported that situation in those reactors is under control. Click the image to see it in full [...]
Two days after the explosion in reactor 1 building in Fukushima I power plant, the building of reactor 3 gave up on March 14th. Here’s a couple of images via DigitalGlobe’s satellite. According to DigitalGlobe the pictures have been taken three minutes after the explosion. At the reactors 2 and 4 things would get out [...]