Detailed photographs of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant from the accident occurred by Tokyo Electric Power Company until recently
It has become a hot topic that TEPCO published detailed pictures of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant for overseas press since March 11th.
There is no link from the Japanese version site and this page which can not go to see if you do not specify the URL directly in the English version site is not attending the press conference (not possible) for overseas press It is thought that it is a place to put photo data released at the conference.
The photos that were placed are as follows.
TEPCO: News | Photos For Press
◆Published on March 13
Shooting taken March 12, Unit 1 after the explosion.
◆Published March 16
Unit 4 shot on 15th March, taken from the direction of the seismic isolation important building. this isPublished on March 16th at NHK NewsThe same as what was done. Basically, it seems that the picture is released the day after shooting.
Units 1 to 4 of the same day.
◆Published March 17
Shooting taken March 16, the state of Unit 3 seen from a helicopter.
Shooting taken March 16, the state of Unit 4 seen from a helicopter.
The shooting content at this time is also open to the public.
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (Video from a helicopter): Video 1
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (Video from a helicopter): Video 2
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (Video from a helicopter): Video 3
◆Published on March 21
Shooting taken March 21, Unit 3 raising black smoke
(PDF file)Unit 3 of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station
◆Published March 22
Shooting taken on March 22, water injection in a concrete pump car.
The picture is here.
Water pumping using a concrete pumping car: Video 1
Water pumping using a concrete pumping car: Video 2
◆Published on March 23
Photographed on March 22, Central Control Room (Control Room) of Unit 3.
Control room of Units 3 and 4.
Shooting on March 18, Transmission drawing work from outside the premises
On the same day, connection work to switch gear (high pressure) vehicles
◆Published on March 24
Photograph taken on March 24, Control room of Unit 1
Photograph taken on March 22, Monitoring post for temporary use taken at Kashiwazaki Kariya Nuclear Power Station
◆Published on March 27
Shot on 26th March, Control Room of Unit 2
◆Published on March 29
Shot on March 29, Control Room 4 of Unit 4
◆Published on April 1
Picture taken on March 24, showing water injection to Unit 4 using a concrete pump car.
Water pumping using a concrete pumping car for Unit 4 of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station
Photographed on April 1, spraying protective agent to suppress scattering of radioactive material
◆Published on April 2
Shooting on April 2, the trench of Unit 2 near the sea.
Water leakage from a crack near Unit 2.
It injects concrete, but it can not fill the crack.
◆Published on April 6
It was confirmed at 5:38 on April 6th that the outflow of water was stopped.
◆Published on April 7
Photographed April 7, Mega float arrived at Yokohama Port
◆Published on April 8
Shooting taken on March 27, bulletin board in front of crisis countermeasure room of seismic isolation important building
Photograph taken on March 30, two ventilators with a charcoal filter that increases the pollutant removal rate were added to a total of five units.
Shooting taken on March 26, Decontamination area in the seismic isolation important building
Shooting on April 1, Disaster Relief Team Meeting
◆Published on April 9
Picture taken on March 11, Fukushima Daiichi nuclear attacked by the tsunami
The tsunami which attacked Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station
Shooting on 29th March, entrance of the main building
Shot on March 29th, 2nd floor
Shot on March 29th, First floor
Photograph taken on April 6, Removal of debris by heavy equipment remotely operated. Before
Where rubble is being loaded
Temporary storage space for debris
Photographing of Units 1 to 4 by remote control helicopter. The picture is here.
Photo of Reactor building of Unit 3-4 at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station by remote-controlled mini helicopter
Its contents are like this.
Damage caused by the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant under the tsunami
Here is the damage the Fukushima Dai Nuclear Power Plant received in the tsunami
It is recorded that the tsunami pours into the second nuclear plant
◆Published on April 12
Fire occurred on April 12 shooting, seawater sample collection buildings
On the same day, after the fire
On the same day, insert a steel plate into the intake port
On the same day, collected water from the spent fuel pool of Unit 4 as a sample
◆Published on April 13
◆Published on April 15
Picture taken on April 12th, capturing samples from the spent fuel pool of Unit 4 and its capture
Sampling in Spent Fuel Pool of Unit 4
Photograph taken on April 14, State of Unit 1 by T-HAWK
Shot on April 14, temporary storage tank
April 14, the spent fuel pool of Unit 3 photographed from a concrete pump car
◆Published on April 16
Images of Units 1, 3 and 4 shot by T - HAWK on April 15 and their captured images
Unit 1, 3, 4 (1/3)
Unit 1, 3, 4 (2/3)
Unit 1, 3, 4 (3/3)
Shot on April 15, a sandbag with zeolite (boiling stone)
◆Published on April 17
Shot on April 17th, Check the inside of the building of Unit 3 with a remote control robot
It is a good thing to have these pictures and videos released, but it is unknown why the Japanese version is not released as well. Many pictures are distributed at press conferences and the like, and are the images flowing in the news, and it is not that TEPCO has hidden all the time ... ....
in Note, Posted by logc_nt