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Salem Nuclear Powerplant

Salem Nuclear Powerplant

Salem Nuclear Powerplant, Salem, NJ. This powerplant consists of two nuclear reactors, Salem I and Salem II. The cooling tower is the tallest structure in NJ.
Rating of 307/21/2005965Google Earth Logo
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Paul-Janes Stadion

Paul-Janes Stadion

Small Stadium,where Fortuna Duesseldorf hold they games in the past. Capacity is about 8.500 supporters.
Rating of 4.510/23/2005273Google Earth Logo
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Tange Power plant

Tange Power plant

Tange powerplant and electricity museum established 1921.
No rating yet02/04/2006234Google Earth Logo
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Consiracy Theory

Consiracy Theory

The Powerplant near the "Hospital"
(Fletchers Visionen)
Rating of 310/15/2005464Google Earth Logo
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Barsebaeck Nuclear Powerplant

Barsebaeck Nuclear Powerplant

Barsebaeck Block I and II Nuclear Power Plants. Both blocks have now been shut down, Block I in 1999 Block II in 2005.
No rating yet09/29/2005420Google Earth Logo
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Solar Power Plant

Solar Power Plant

is this a sun-power (solar) powerplant?
Rating of 3.511/01/2005625Google Earth Logo
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December 2005 nuclear accident

December 2005 nuclear accident

Powerplant of Sosnovy Bor (80 kms west of St-Petersburg) was submitted to a new explosion which ... according to Russian official nuclear security council was of "no danger" (?????), just 3 people severely wounded and burnt (1 dead)! This is the 2nd accident on that plant since 1992... CNN report: www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe/ 12/16/russia.nuclear.plant.blast.ap
Rating of 312/17/20051,415Google Earth Logo
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Bogatyr Open-Cast Coal Mine

Bogatyr Open-Cast Coal Mine

This is the worlds largest open-cast coal mine, the long thin face is about 6 x 1/4 miles and the W shaped face is about 3 x 2 miles. To the north you can find GRES-2, a very large Coal burning powerplant and to the east of this mine you can see an incredibly long canal flowing south-east.
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Drobeta Turnu Severin - Iron Gates Dam

Drobeta Turnu Severin - Iron Gates Dam

The Iron Gates I dam on Danube river and the largest hydro-electric powerplant in Romania, forms a great power and navigation complex built by Romania in cooperation with the former Yugoslavia between 1964 and 1971. The touristic area on the lake banks is one of the most tempting destinations for Romanian and foreign tourists. The road along the lake, with dozens of bridges, viaducts (over 60 m...
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Cernavoda Nuclear Powerplant

Cernavoda Nuclear Powerplant

This is the only nuclear power station in Romania and the only CANDU reactor operating in Europe. The owner and operator is the Romanian nuclear state utility, Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica.

Cernavoda Unit 1 supplies more than 10% of Romania' s electricity demand. In addition Unit 1 supplies 60-80 Gcal annually for the heating of the town of Cernavoda.

Cern...
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Myasishchev M-17 Stratosfera - CCCP-17401

Myasishchev M-17 Stratosfera - CCCP-17401

Originally identified in 1982 by US reconnaissance satellites as the 'Ram-M' single-seat high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft, and later codenamed 'Mystic' by NATO, the twin-boom straight-wing jet, currently publicised as a high-altitude research aircraft able to carry around 1500kg of sensors, is now known to exist in two versions. The first of two prototype aircraft, designated M-17 Stratosf...
No rating yet04/28/20101,305Google Earth Logo
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Myasishchev M-17 Stratosfera - CCCP-17103

Myasishchev M-17 Stratosfera - CCCP-17103

Originally identified in 1982 by US reconnaissance satellites as the 'Ram-M' single-seat high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft, and later codenamed 'Mystic' by NATO, the twin-boom straight-wing jet, currently publicised as a high-altitude research aircraft able to carry around 1500kg of sensors, is now known to exist in two versions. The first of two prototype aircraft, designated M-17 Stratosf...
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