Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor Is Permanently Entombed With World’s Largest Movable Structure

April 26 was the 31st anniversary of the massive and world-changing explosion at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant’s Unit 4 reactor, back in 1986, which shifted how the world sees nuclear energy. In November of 2016, the power plant was permanently entombed in the world’s largest movable structure, a massive steel arch which was slid over the reactor.

Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor Is Permanently Entombed With World’s Largest Movable Structure was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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