Inside the Chernobyl Zone | Nuclear Disaster which was 12 times more Powerful than Hiroshima/Nagasaki | Completing 27 years Today |

Chernobyl nuclear disaster is one of the worst disaster we faced. On the day 26th Apr, 1986 reactor no 4 in Chernobyl nuclear power plant gets blast. due to this blast in reactor all the radioactive materials which was placed just under this reactor, gets in to the environment. and the disaster happens. On this day of 27 years after disaster, I can not get my mind out of this. Feeling very sad today.!

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The disaster began during a systems test on Saturday, 26 April 1986 at reactor number four of the Chernobyl plant, which is near the city of Pripyat and in proximity to the administrative border with Belarus and the Dnieper river. There was a sudden and unexpected power surge, and when an emergency shutdown was attempted, an exponentially larger spike in power output occurred, which led to a reactor vessel rupture and a series of steam explosions.

Effects Of Disaster:

  • This Explosion was 12 times more powerful than the nuclear bomb dropped in Hiroshima in world war.
  • The whole area of Chernobyl and nearby city ‘Pripyat’ were abandoned.
  • 350,400 people were evacuated and resettled from the most severely contaminated areas of Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine.
  • and many more…


Piglet with Dipygus on exhibit at the Ukrainian National Chornobyl Museum. Mutations in both humans and other animals increased following the disaster. On farms in Narodychi Raion of Ukraine, for instance, in the first four years of the disaster nearly 350 animals were born with gross deformities such as missing or extra limbs, missing eyes, heads or ribs, or deformed skulls; in comparison, only three abnormal births had been registered in the five years prior. Despite these claims, the World Health Organization states, “children conceived before or after their father’s exposure showed no statistically significant differences in mutation frequencies.”

  • More Heart Catching Pics from Chernobyl/Pripyat, Keiv.

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