Experts have reported a mysterious spike in radiation levels in the atmosphere over northern Europe, specifically in Scandinavia. Based on the investigation performed by a Dutch health agency, they believe the source was a power plant in Russia.
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The Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) detected in Helsinki on 16-17 small amounts of radioactive isotopes of cobalt, ruthenium and cesium (Co-60, Ru-103, Cs-134 and Cs-137) in an air sample collected in June. Also in Kotka from 15 June to 22 June. the same radioactive substances were detected in the collected sample. In addition, radioactive isotopes of zirconium and niobium (Zr-95, Nb-95) were also detected in the Kotka sample. The radioactive particles in the air have had no effect on the radiation situation. STUK measures the radiation situation at 260 automatic measuring stations, and the measurement results of the stations can be viewed in real time on STUK’s website (Radiation situation today). The radiation situation has always been normal.
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