Swimming robot to study damage at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant

Japan hopes to locate and start removing the fuel after Tokyo’s 2020 Olympics. The biggest challenge is removing hundreds of tons of melted nuclear fuel and debris from the plant’s three wrecked reactors. Earlier, snake and scorpion-shaped robots became …
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