Captured video will allow you to assess the damage inside the reactor and to more accurately estimate the damage.
Japanese underwater robot fish, nicknamed “Little moon-fish” for the first time captured the ruins of the atomic power station “Fukushima-1”.
The footage was obtained when the robot launched into the third reactor. With the help of the device experts hope to detect radioactive fuel. However, this robot failed. But the captured video will allow you to assess the damage inside the reactor and to more accurately estimate the damage.
It is reported that “Little moon fish”, the length is only 30 inches, it is able to rotate 180 degrees. Her work is controlled by four operators.
The accident at the NPP “Fukushima-1” occurred in March 2011, was recognized as the largest in decades after the Chernobyl disaster.
State of emergency occurred in Fukushima Prefecture, triggered an earthquake of magnitude nine points. It caused a gigantic wave 15 meters high, zachopoulou the power units of the station.
The result was a disconnected power supply system, which led to the stop of the reactor cooling system.
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