the most serious nuclear accident in u.s. history took place at the three mile island plant near harrisburg pennsylvania a brand-new facility lauded for its state-of-the-art design efficiency
tokyo -- the operator of the tsunami-wrecked fukushima nuclear plant began removing fuel monday from a cooling pool at one of three reactors that melted down in the 2011 disaster a milestone in
robots come to the rescue after fukushima daiichi nuclear disaster. eight years after a powerful earthquake and tsunami caused a massive nuclear meltdown in the daiichi power plant lesley stahl
the partial meltdown at three mile island unit 2 is considered the most serious nuclear accident in u.s. history although it resulted in only small radioactive releases. which allowed large amounts of nuclear reactor coolant to escape. plant operators’ initial failure to correctly identify the problem compounded it.
the worst nuclear accident in u.s. history took place on march 28 1979 at the three mile island plant in pennsylvania. a cooling system failed causing a partial meltdown but a full meltdown was
the effects of a nuclear meltdown depend on the safety features designed into a reactor. a modern reactor is designed both to make a meltdown unlikely and to contain one should it occur. in a modern reactor a nuclear meltdown whether partial or total should be contained inside the reactor's containment structure.
chernobyl: why did the nuclear reactor explode and could it happen again what is a positive void coefficient and how did it contribute to the reactor explosion on april 26 1986
the fukushima disaster workers 16 photos. tokyo — robot probes sent to one of japan’s wrecked fukushima nuclear reactors have suggested worse-than-anticipated challenges for the plant’s
nuclear power plant accidents: number three reactor of the fukushima nuclear plant is seen burning after a blast following an earthquake and tsunami photograph: ho/digitalglobe