Chernobyl facts ☢
What You can see and experience inside of 30km exclusion zone in Chernobyl ( Ukraine/ Europe ) during your Chernobyl tour.
In 2020, the attention of the whole world is riveted on the theme of Coronavirus. All festivals, parades, concerts are canceled, and many countries have quarantine and people working from home. For a second, it reminds me of Chernobyl. As a guide for ChernobylX, I get to see the day-to-day results of the disaster thirty years later, and then, I thought: What can we learn from Chernobyl?
If you’ve spent any time on the Internet, you’ll be well aware that Sir David Attenborough’s latest show – A Life On Our Planet – was released on Netflix. The documentary has taken the whole world by storm. Attenborough not only touched upon global environmental problems, but also on one of the worst nuclear disasters in human history – Chernobyl.
The accident at the #Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant that happened more than thirty years ago was intertwined with the lives of many people. The clean-up operation following the Chernobyl accident was arguably the greatest in the history of mankind. While some fled, rescuing themselves from the radiation, others went to receive it. They were called liquidators – the world’s first line of defense against transcontinental radioactive contamination.
Fighting Chernobyl disaster 12. Press photographer Igor Kostin was the first professional press photographer who began to work at the accident site at Chernobyl. Igor Kostin captured more than five thousand photographs of the Chernobyl disaster and its aftermath. He received more than five maximum allowable doses of radiation.
Workers who constructed the cement sarcophagus covering a Chernobyl's reactor, pose with a poster reading: 'We will fulfill the government's order!' in this 1986 file photo next to the uncompleted construction. Thousands of the workers , who took part in the cleanup of Chernobyl have died from the after-effects suffered during the work, according to information from the 'Union-Chernobyl-Ukraine' .(AP Photo/ Volodymyr Repik)