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仅仅允许参观5分钟! -- 切尔诺贝利核污染核心主控室对游人开放
Chernobyl's Control Room Is Now Open to Tourists … for 5 Minutes
 
    Tourists can now visit the control room of Chernobyl'sReactor 4, the scene of the world's 
worst nuclear disaster. But the controlroom is still highly radioactive, and people are 
required to wear protectivegear when inside, according to recent news reports.
 
 
     UkranianPresident Volodymyr Zelensky declared Chernobyl an official tourist attraction in Juneat
 the inauguration of a gigantic dome built to contain radioactive material.But Chernobyl has been a 
tourist destination for far longer — parts of ithaving been open to the public for nearly a decade. 
In May, bookings toChernobyl increased by about 30% following the release of the popular HBOseries of 
the same name, according to a previous Live Science report.
 
 
    But Reactor 4had remained closed off to most of the public, save for a few researchers andcleanup 
workers. Now, Chernobyl tour companies have confirmed that the controlroom is open to the brave 
souls who wish to be closer to the scene of thedisaster, according to CNN.
 
 
    The controlroom, which was highly damaged from the explosion, was where the reactor wasoperated from
 and where many of the decisions the day the reactor exploded,were made. It sits under the new
 containment arch but outside of the originalsarcophagus that contained the radiation of the reactor
 itself, according to the Telegraph.
 
 
    The radiationin the room is 40,000 times higher than normal levels, accordingto Ruptly, a German
 news agency. Anyone who wishes to visit the sitemust wear a protective suit, a helmet and a mask, 
and limit their visit to 5minutes. Afterward, visitors are required to undergo two radiology tests 
tomeasure the amount of radiation they were exposed to, according to CNN.
 
 
    That's typicalof most tours in Chernobyl; people must go through radiation checkpoints at 
thebeginning, middle and end of one-day tours, according to a previous Live Science report. 
Tourists are notpermitted to wander on their own; they must stay with the tours because ofongoing
 radiation concerns.
 
 
    Other parts ofChernobyl remain off-limits, including the "machine cemetery" in theRossokha village,
 which is where the contaminated machines used during theChernobyl cleanup were dumped, according to 
CNN. Exposure to large amounts ofradiation can cause tissue damage and acute sickness, as well as 
increase therisk of cancer.
 
 
     However, Ukranian officials have deemed the areas that are opento tourists to be safe, as long as
 they follow the rules.
 
 
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