UPDATED HERE: TEPCO analysis indicates Reactor No. 1 and 2 have breached containment chambers meant to stop radiation from leaking
Primary 1 Fukushima: the possibility of containment of the hole and the No. 2 No. 1, Mainichi, May 25, 2011: Google Translation
The first nuclear power plant 24, TEPCO announced Hukushima few reports in . . . → Read More: Report: Reactor No. 2 has multiple 4-inch holes in CONTAINMENT VESSEL
East earthquake: experts 10 hours a water burning No. 1 nuclear power plant accident Hukuzima “published too late”, Mainichi, May 17, 2011:
[...] Research Reactor Institute, Kyoto University Professor Akira Hiroshi Koide is “If 冷Yasenaku loss of power in the reactor can lead to early meltdown should have been able to assume.’s . . . → Read More: Molten fuel bore a hole at bottom of Containment Vessel at Reactor No. 1– Pressure Vessel is “completely broken” says Kyoto U. nuclear professor
Reactor building, a large amount of debris … … Publish Photos No. 1, Yomiuri Shimbun, May 15, 2011: Google Translation
Double doors near the southeast entrance of the robot, a high dose was recorded 2000 mm per hour Sv radiation measurements, the scattering state is not reflected in particular. TEPCO is the result of . . . → Read More: Highest Yet: 2 Sieverts per hour detected in No. 1 reactor building on May 13
Smoke at second Fukushima plant finished – nuclear safety agency, Reuters, March 30, 2011 at 6:18 am EDT:
Smoke seen at a second power plant in Fukushima was from a so-called electrical distribution board and has dispersed, Japan’s nuclear safety body said on Wednesday.
Read the report here.
Reuters Flash, March 30, 2011 at . . . → Read More: FLASH: Smoke seen rising from ANOTHER nuclear power plant 10 km away — Fukushima Daini
Displacement of the plume from Japan: IRSN strengthens environmental radiation monitoring, France’s Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN), March 19, 2011:
Watch the animation on the IRSN website here.
Compare that to the Chernobyl animation on the IRSN website here.
Since March 12, the plume resulting from discharges . . . → Read More: Cesium-137 plume forecast for North America and Europe up to March 24: France’s IRSN (VIDEO)