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Radiation is a common way of emitting energy and it is common everywhere in the world, including our bodies. Throughout decades the word “radiation” is connected or localised with a place that changed the history of mankind. Chernobyl is the symbol of the largest nuclear energy disaster in the history of mankind with some fatal consequences caused by the radiation spread from the explosion of 4th unit of the Chernobyl power plant. The levels of radiation in the power plant and in the nearby areas (including city of Pripyat) ranged from 0,1 to 300 Sieverts per hour (almost billion– 1,000,000,000 - times more than the usual natural background radiation measured in microSieverts - μSv). Mostly radioactive isotopes of iodine 131, caesium 137 and strontium 90 were thrown into the air. Spending even 10 minutes around the burning reactor would mean a result of Accute Radiation Sickness (ARS) and lifehazard.

Radiation is a common way of emitting energy and it is common everywhere in the world, including our bodies. Throughout decades the word “radiation” is connected or localised with a place that changed the history of mankind. Chernobyl is the symbol of the largest nuclear energy disaster in the history of mankind with some fatal consequences caused by the radiation spread from the explosion of 4th unit of the Chernobyl power plant. The levels of radiation in the power plant and in the nearby areas (including city of Pripyat) ranged from 0,1 to 300 Sieverts per hour (almost billion– 1,000,000,000 - times more than the usual natural background radiation measured in microSieverts - μSv). Mostly radioactive isotopes of iodine 131, caesium 137 and strontium 90 were thrown into the air. Spending even 10 minutes around the burning reactor would mean a result of Accute Radiation Sickness (ARS) and lifehazard.