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Avril 2018 / Bellona

Russia’s decommissioning of historic reactor hobbled by bumbling secrecy



The reactor at Obninsk, Russia, long hailed as the first nuclear installation in the world ever used to commercially produce electricity, became another historic first when Moscow decided to close it and turn it into a museum to Soviet scientific achievement in 2002. Charles Digges

Radiation symbol. (Photo : Nils Bhmer)

The reactor at Obninsk, Russia, long hailed as the first nuclear installation in the world ever used to commercially produce electricity, (…)

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