First Drone Survey of Chernobyl’s ‘Red Forest’ Reveals Staggering Radioactive Hotspots

It’s been 33 years since the Chernobyl nuclear power plant tragically blew apart in a meltdown, spreading nuclear fallout across the land. A lot has changed, but the surroundings still contain some of the most radioactive patches of soil on the plane

Leo Guardado’s insight:
Continued advance,ent in drone technology is allowing us to reach areas of the world where it would be deadly for humans to explore. It’s amazing to see how technology is allowing us to explore the once unreachable

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