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Norway Surveys Sunken Soviet Submarine

A Norwegian team has found some radioactivity leaking from the sub, which sank in 1989. But they say it poses no threat to the environment.
An undated picture taken in St. Petersburg of the"Komsomolets" before it sank. Source: STF

Norwegian researchers have completed a survey of a sunken Soviet-era nuclear submarine that went down 30 years ago. The research team found that the sub is leaking a small amount of radiation from its reactors, but that it poses no threat

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