Only a closed one. No sarcophagus required.
Out with the (very) old, in with the (sort of) new.
So long as they wear a protective suit, helmet, and gloves while inside.
The Russian defence ministry originally said the fatal explosion occurred during the testing of a liquid-propulsion system.
“A bright memory of our comrades will forever live in our hearts,” Rosatom wrote in the statement.
“It’s the size of a waste basket and has no strategic importance.”
Authorities say there is currently no danger of any similar radioactive release occurring.
The North American man was building the bunker to protect himself from a nuclear attack from North Korea.
This isn't some retrospective 1950s thing, it happened last year.
But probably won't as it doesn't think we're a threat. And to fair, we probably aren't.
Have you got one of those plastic outside storage mini shed things?
Industries around the world are evolving at the intersection of digital technologies and physical environments.
Scientists say we shouldn't panic about a nuclear meltdown as it only takes a few months off our lives.
Icon of 1950s nuclear development to be cut up.
A Godzilla attack on the besieged nuclear site has to be next.