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The volume of radioactive emissions after the accident at the NPP "Fukushima-1" is one and a half times higher than previously published

The total volume of radioactive substances released into the atmosphere and seawater after the accident at the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant ranges from 17,5 thousand to 20,5 thousand terabecquerels, the agency reported yesterday. Kyodo with reference to the results of the study of Japanese scientists.

Studies show that the total amount of radioactive cesium-137, ejected during and after the accident at a Japanese nuclear power plant, exceeds the previously announced data almost 1,5 times.

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