Atomic Deserts: A Survey of the World's Radioactive No-Go Zones

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Part 10: Long-Term Effects

The Soviet nuclear testing site in present-day Kazakhstan is just one of many places in the world that remain dangerously radioactive to this day. Zoom

The Soviet nuclear testing site in present-day Kazakhstan is just one of many places in the world that remain dangerously radioactive to this day.

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DPA/Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

In later years, countless people died from the effects of radiation. Its full magnitude is still being studied.

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