Radioactive isotopes are being detected in the atmosphere around Europe.

ANALYSIS: European radiation safety agencies detect traces of iodine-131 in air, source of leak unknown

Радиация незаметна

Radiation safety agencies in the Czech Republic, Austria, Sweden, and other European countries report traces of iodine-131 in the atmosphere – an indication of either a radiation leak or a severe accident at a nuclear facility. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) asserts no risk to population health, but the lack of reliable data on specific concentrations or locations where the radionuclide was detected suggests safety might be a concern. Andrei Ozharovsky, 17/11-2011 – Translated by Maria Kaminskaya

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