The world's worst nuclear accident


By Tom Wilkie and Roger Milne This is a classic article from New Scientist’s archive, republished as part of our 50th anniversary celebrations. It was first published in the 1 May 1986 issue A NUCLEAR reactor at the Soviet Union’s largest nuclear power station was in flames this week. An initial cloud of radioactive material that blew across Scandinavia grabbed the world’s headlines. But, as the fire worsened, a much more perilous rain of radioactivity began to fall,
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