Thursday, February 23, 2017

Spike In Radiation Particles Spreading Across Europe Is Still Unknown

Air quality stations in Norway, Finland, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, France and Spain have detected the presence of Iodine-131 at low levels

Daily Mail: US 'nuclear sniffer' plane flies to Norway - where radiation particles spreading across Europe were first detected - as mystery still surrounds the source

* WC-135 Constant Phoenix was deployed to RAF Mildenhall in Britain last week
* Plane detects radiation from explosion in the air, used after Chernobyl disaster
* Comes after spike in the levels of radioactive Iodine-131 in Europe was detected
* Radioactive particles have moved from Eastern Europe towards the UK

A US Air Force 'sniffer' plane which took off from Sussex today was on a mission to find evidence of nuclear activity or explosion, according to strong rumours.

The WC-135 Constant Phoenix, which is specially modified to collect atmospheric samples, flew out of RAF Mildenhall on operational sorties.

The specialist equipment enables the crew to detect radioactive debris 'clouds' in real time is believed to be heading towards northern Europe and the Barents Sea.

News of the deployment comes amid claims Russia may be testing nuclear weapons, either to the east or in the arctic, after a spike in radioactivity was reported.

According to spotters a second 'spy' plane was also deployed from Mildenhall.

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WNU Editor: Some are sceptical about all the news attention .... Report Says European Mystery Radiation Isn't Real. That Isn't Stopping an Air Force Investigation. (Popular Mechanics). As for a U.S. nuclear sniffer plane being sent to Europe .... nothing abnormal there .... Sorry, ‘Sniffer’ Fans: WC-135 Isn’t Smelling Russian Nukes (DoD Buzz). Still .... no one has come out and explained why there is that radiation spike.

More News On A Spike In Radiation Particles Spreading Across Europe

US 'nuclear sniffer' plane deployed in Europe amid mysterious spike in radiation -- The Independent
A radiation ‘sniffer plane’ is reportedly searching for the source of a cloud of nuclear isotopes floating across Europe --
US 'nuclear sniffer' plane deployed to Europe amid radiation spike -- International Business Times
What is Putin up to? US 'nuclear sniffer' plane is sent to Britain as wave of deadly radioactive particles spreads across Europe -- Daily Mail
No One Can Figure Out What's Behind a Mysterious Radiation Spike Across Europe -- Science Alert


Hamilcar Barca said...

Wonder if this radiations are related to some rumors of a nuclear explosion in Antarctica.

James said...

There only two of these sniffer planes in the US. One is supposedly down for maintenance. Sending this one (with a RC 135 Rivet Joint) does seem to indicate someone is worried.