Fukushima Reactor Buildings are Hidden in Black Smoke
Following up this article..Thick smoke from Fukushima plants again
The “night smoke” has become thicker than ever. You can’t even see the reactor buildings.
At this moment, the weather is sunny, it’s not raining or snowing.
JNN ‘s camera was working at the beginning. The smoke may look like it’s from around reactor 4.
↓JNN 22:52 3/1/2012
↓Tepco 22:53 3/1/2012
Smoke came out at 22:35 .
[Note, At 22:35, smoke looks like it's coming from the behind of the camera. There are reactor 5 and 6 behind the camera.]
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- Report: Massive smoke between Reactors No. 2 and 3 – Can NOT be observed on Tepco webcam, only TBS/JNN (enenews.com)
- Japan Struggles with Tainted Water (myfoxphoenix.com)
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- Smoke hits idle reactor in Niigata (japantimes.co.jp)
- Quince 2 Robot completes first investigation of Fukushima Daiichi Reactor (enformable.com)
- NRC was concerned that Fukushima Reactor 1 was a steam explosion in containment (enformable.com)
- Fukushima No. 1 still ‘fragile’: chief (japantimes.co.jp)
- The Fukushima Question How close did Japan really get to a widespread nuclear disaster? (bravenewclimate.com)
- New revelations about how Fukushima almost forced the evacuation of Tokyo (grist.org)
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