A plane that detects nuclear explosions flies over the Baltic Sea

American WC-135R Constant Phoenix aircraft It took off directly from the British RAF base at Mildenhall, where it arrived from the American base at Omaha, Iowa. The machine made observation flights over the Baltic Sea, particularly around the coast of Swedish Gotland and Latvia, to collect valuable data on the amount and range of radiation.

However, despite the observation flights of this machine, experts assure us, There are no data indicating the threat posed by nuclear accidents. The National Atomic Energy Agency regularly analyzes data received from the National Radiation Monitoring System. PAA has not recorded any disturbance readings from measuring equipment in recent hours. Currently, there is no threat to human health, life or the environment in the Republic of Poland.

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