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Chernobyl Reactor 4 Sarcophagus
Now in high resolution, centered (west of stack) is the reactor that caused the accident.
Derelict Amusement Rides of Chernobyl (2.30 mi / 3.69 km)
Chernobyl-2 (6.01 mi / 9.66 km)
Derlict ships outside of Chernobyl. (8.81 mi / 14.18 km)
Chernobyl ghost town (9.87 mi / 15.89 km)
Abandoned Helicopters and Vehicles Near Chernobyl (17.02 mi / 27.39 km)
Kiev TV tower (65.31 mi / 105.10 km)
Lukianovskaia Prison (66.27 mi / 106.66 km)
St. Andrew Church (66.85 mi / 107.58 km)
Site of the Church of the Tithes (66.91 mi / 107.69 km)
The Kiev Golden Gate (67.47 mi / 108.58 km)
From: Silicon SamStrange, seeing all them buildings to the NW, and not a single vehicle among them. Sad situation.
Mon May 01 15:48:11 -0700 2006
From: ArcanaYeah...if you look around in pripyat and chernobyl you'll see the ghost towns...and you can find a lot of the land marks from the popular chernobyl photo sites of the ghost towns. Also there's the sunken boats from the kid of speed website pictures: http://maps.google.com/maps?t=k&om=1&ll=51.284487,30.2131&spn=0.00255,0.005676
Mon May 01 17:56:32 -0700 2006
Look up kid of speed chernobyl on google to see what I'm talking about.
Apparently they did high resolution imagery on google for the 20th anniversary of the chernobyl accident (April 26, 1986)
From: sixsigmadanCompare Pripyat today (NW of the plant) to this photo from the early 80's. Communism at work.
Mon May 11 18:42:49 -0700 2009