Did Russia cover up radiation leak, up to 100 times worse than Fukushima?

A massive radiation leak, up to 100 times worse than the 2011 Fukushima power plant meltdown in Japan, plumed over Europe back in 2017. At the time, it was traced back to a Russian nuclear facility — but Russia denied any involvement.
Now, new research confirms that the original hunch was correct, New Scientist reports. The study, published this week in the journal PNAS, concludes that the massive cloud of radiation came from Russia — and that the government’s alternative explanation that the leak came from a satellite burning up during re-entry was either a cover-up or grossly misinformed.

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