On April 17, the mobile laboratory of the State Scientific and Technical Center for Nuclear and Radiation Safety conducted a gamma survey in Kyiv. The need to go directly to the city streets arose due to reports from the Kyiv City State Administration about the presence of combustion products brought by wind from the Chornobyl zone, where the fire is being extinguished.
The crew of the mobile laboratory of radiation monitoring RanidSONNI measured the gamma background along the route: st. Vasylya Stusa, 35-37 (SSTC NRS office) – Velyka Kiltseva Highway Geroiv Stalingrada Avenue – North Bridge – Perova Boulevard – Alishera Navoiy Avenue – Myropilska Street – Yuriya Gagarina Avenue – Kharkivske Highway – Mykoly Bazhana Avenue – South Bridge – Saperno-Slobidska Street – Zaliznychne Road – Druzhby Narodiv Boulevard – Lesi Ukrainky Boulevard – Khreshchatyk Street – Velyka Zhytomyrska Street – Bulvarno-Kudriavska Street- Peremogy Avenue – SSTC NRS office.
The general result of the gamma survey showed: the radiation background on both the right and left banks of the capital was within the natural background. Namely:
- Romana Shukhevycha Avenue – 0.05 μSv / year.
- Perova Boulevard – 0.11 μSv / year.
- Peremoga Park – 0.068 μSv / h
- Darnytsia metro station – 0.058 μSv / h.
- Darnytska Square – 0.101 μSv / h.
- Kharkivske Highway – 0.074 μSv / h.
- Druzhby Narodiv Boulevard – 0.087 μSv / h
- Zaliznychne Highway – 0.103 μSv / h.
- Lybidska Square – 0.086 μSv / h.
- Lesi Ukrainky Boulevard – 0.086 μSv / h.
- Khreschatyk Street – 0.089 μSv / h.
- Mykhailivska Square – 0.084 μSv / h.
- Velyka Zhytomyrska Street – 0.091 μSv / h.
- Bulvarno-Kudryavska Street – 0.092 μSv / h
- Peremogy Avenue, near the zoo – 0.07 μSv / h.
- Zhytomyrska metro station – 0.06 μSv / h
- Vasylia Stusa Street – 0.14 μSv / h
In total, SSTC NRS specialists performed 23 measurements. See more photos in the album.
According to SSTC NRS.