On April 26, 1986, the world's worst nuclear disaster took place. How has the area recovered, and what lessons does it hold?
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To safely enclose and robotically dismantle the 25-year-old makeshift confinement sarcophagus at Chernobyl, contractors are now erecting a massive steel structure weighing more than 29,000 metric tons
Our nuclear primer explains the basics of reactor failures and how past nuclear accidents compare with one another
Scientific American frequent contributor Charles Q. Choi traveled to the site and snapped these haunting images
Radioactive fallout seems like the obvious health hazard from the explosion at Chernobyl, but linking it to medical problems has proved more complicated than anyone thought
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