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    Toshiba 4-legged nuclear plant inspection robot

    Published on Nov 21, 2012

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    Nuclear Watch: Fukushima TEPCO releases Reactor footage captured by robot + Abe rate 51% 4/13/2015

    Published on Apr 13, 2015

    The operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has released interior footage of a reactor containment vessel captured by a robot.

    Tokyo Electric Power Company sent the remote-controlled robot into the highly contaminated area of the No.1 reactor last Friday to assess damage. But the robot became immobile after advancing about a dozen meters.

    On Monday, TEPCO released part of the about 3-hour-long footage recorded by the robot.

    The 2-minute 40-second-long clip shows mainly steam. It is thought that water at the bottom of the containment vessel is being evaporated by the heat of the melted nuclear fuel.
    The temperature inside the vessel was about 20 degrees Celsius. But the robot recorded up to around 10 sieverts of radiation per hour, a level that could kill a person in about 40 minutes.

    The footage shows small bits of debris around the robot, but no major damage to the nearby wall and structures.

    TEPCO plans to analyze the footage to consider ways of removing the melted fuel and decommissioning the reactors.

    The utility has cut the remote control cable for the robot after giving up on its recovery on Sunday, and postponed a second survey with another robot.

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    Robots map radiation in Fukushima nuclear plant

    Published on Apr 16, 2015

    Robots armed with new radiation-sensing cameras are performing surveys in areas of the stricken plant where radiation levels are too high for humans to enter
    Full story: "Robots go deep inside Fukushima nuclear plant to map radiation"

    by Rob Gilhooly
    April 15, 2015

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    Robots and robotic systems of the Chernobyl (In Russian)

    Uploaded on Aug 25, 2010

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    Article "Pipe-crawling robot will help decommission DOE nuclear facility"
    Radiation-measuring robots go where humans cannot

    March 20, 2018

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