Photos: New Images From Fukushima Daiichi Press Tour

These images were released by the press pool and show the current conditions of Fukushima Daiichi. There are also some fly over shots that show the extent of the expansion around the plant of tanks and other storage.

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ALPS decontamination system under construction

 
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Cask storage facility under construction

 
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Common Pool Feb 2013

 
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Debris still tangled on the sea front 2013

 
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Overview of the plant, units 1-4 left to right 2013

 
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The growing expanse of tanks 2013

 
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Units 4-1 left to right

 
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Overhead view of the growing facility 2013

 
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Checking bus for radiation Feb 2013 at J Village

 
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Unit 4 de-fueling building under construction 2013

 
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Unit 4 de-fueling building under construction 2013

 
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Overhead view of unit 4 stripped down. Reactor well and tool pit visible and full of water. Spent fuel pool at the top covered with steel sheet and floating cover.

 
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Construction on unit 4’s defueling building

 
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2012 dismantling of unit 4 refueling floor

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