Chernobyl: 25 Years Later

Today (26th April 2011) marks the 25th Anniversary of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster. The disaster took place on 26th April 1986 when reactor number 4 exploded releasing tons of radiative matter into the atmosphere which spread over most of Europe. It remains the worst nuclear disaster in history, effecting hundreds of thousands of people including several subsequent generations.

Today (26th April 2011) marks the 25th Anniversary of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster. The disaster took place on 26th April 1986 when reactor number 4 exploded releasing tons of radiative matter into the atmosphere which spread over most of Europe. It remains the worst nuclear disaster in history, effecting hundreds of thousands of people including several subsequent generations.

Today (26th April 2011) marks the 25th Anniversary of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster. The disaster took place on 26th April 1986 when reactor number 4 exploded releasing tons of radiative matter into the atmosphere which spread over most of Europe. It remains the worst nuclear disaster in history, effecting hundreds of thousands of people including several subsequent generations.

Today (26th April 2011) marks the 25th Anniversary of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster. The disaster took place on 26th April 1986 when reactor number 4 exploded releasing tons of radiative matter into the atmosphere which spread over most of Europe. It remains the worst nuclear disaster in history, effecting hundreds of thousands of people including several subsequent generations.

Today (26th April 2011) marks the 25th Anniversary of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster. The disaster took place on 26th April 1986 when reactor number 4 exploded releasing tons of radiative matter into the atmosphere which spread over most of Europe. It remains the worst nuclear disaster in history, effecting hundreds of thousands of people including several subsequent generations.