By Logan Carlson
- Where: Chernobyl Ukraine,
part of the former Soviet Union located in Southeastern Europe
- When: April 24th 1986
- Who: the nuclear engineers
the engineer to blame the most was died shortly after the explosion
- What: The meltdown at reactor 4
this is the reactor that blew up at the Lenin V.I. power station
- Why: Poorly planned safety experiment
the safety experiment called for the engineers to shut off all safety equipment
This is a frog that was mutated from the radiation that leaked from the plant.
This is the reactor that melted down and was the epicenter of the catastrophe.
This is what the town of prypiat, which was abandoned after the fallout, looks like today.