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Message 281 - Posted: 21 Sep 2011 | 12:51:49 UTC
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September 29, our detector will perform readings in extreme conditions. One member of our team will install it for some time in the primary school building in the area contaminated as a result of the accident at Chernobyl (Ukraine) 25 years ago.

The second test will measure radiation near the bucket lifting highly contaminated.


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Message 282 - Posted: 21 Sep 2011 | 22:41:27 UTC

Awesome! Looking forward to some good spikes!

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Message 287 - Posted: 28 Sep 2011 | 10:38:19 UTC
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At 03:30 today (28.09.11) Svistak was at the Polish - Ukrainian border in Dorohusk. Late afternoon he should be in Slavutych - the new city of Chernobyl Power Plant workers.

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Svistak from Slavutych wrote:

We are in Slavutych now! Sensor connected and the first measurements are send as a (computer) ID 560 from center of the town about 40 km east from NPP Chernobyl.

Here is a graph for the hostid 560:

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Message 288 - Posted: 29 Sep 2011 | 5:10:38 UTC - in response to Message 287.

Go Svistak!

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