4.7 out of 5 stars 57. This 1986 aerial view of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Chernobyl, Ukraine shows damage from an explosion and fire in reactor four on April 26, 1986 that sent large amounts of radioactive material into the atmosphere. “You recognise all these things, the hairdressers, the cafe by the river, the municipal swimming pool, the hospital. THE Chernobyl nuclear disaster saw more than 1,000 square miles surrounding the power plant made into an “exclusion zone”, however, a small community still exists, a documentary revealed. Technical things aside, it is a good look at the fallout of the effects of Chernobyl. "The explosion was a result of bad planning and human error. Chernobyl had brought them that precious commodity – a comfortable life”. It’s biodiversity. “Many people regarded it as the most costly disaster in the history of mankind. “That’s the way he read it, but I guess maybe that’s because he was consciously aware of the power of us humans to get things so wrong.”, “Our forest film ends in Chernobyl,” producer Alistair Fothergill explained. Amazon's Choice for chernobyl documentary. // Episodic Memory Example, Z-man Chatterbait Pro Series, Hairpin Table Legs Home Depot, Romans Chapter 16, Reebok Thumblock Wrist Weights, Top Property Management Companies In Bangalore, Caryota Urens Flower, How To Pronounce Anais Anais Perfume, City Of Franklin Stormwater Management, Sba Loan Specialist Salary, Lao Gan Ma Delivery,