Tokyo getting 5 times more radioactive fallout than prefectures closer to Fukushima

Published: October 3rd, 2012 at 11:54 pm ET
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August 2012 Fallout Date by Prefecture:

  • Shinjuku, Tokyo: 10.5 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137
  • Saitama, Saitama: 2.27 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137 (20 km N of Tokyo)
  • Maebashi, Gunma: 1.8 MBq/km2 total cesium-134 and -137 (100 km NW of Tokyo)

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Published: October 3rd, 2012 at 11:54 pm ET
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