Japanese robot probes the radioactive water at Fukushima’s nuclear reactor to find melted fuel

A Japanese robot has begun probing the radioactive water at Fukushima’s nuclear reactor. The marine robot, nicknamed the ‘little sunfish’, is on a mission to study structural damage and find fuel inside the three reactors of the devastated plant.
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