Traces of xenon detected in S. Korea following N. Korea's nuke test...


koreaherald.com | 2017-09-08 17:13 UTC

Traces of xenon gas, a radionuclide, were detected in South Korea, the nuclear safety agency said Friday, five days after North Korea conducted its most powerful nuclear test. The the radioactive material, the xenon-133 isotope, was found in the Nuclear Safety and Security Commission's analysis of ground, air and maritime samplings that were collected locally after the latest nuclear test by the North, according ...

By viper1 on 2017-09-08 17:13 UTC
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