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Maps
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here you go, Horse  Big Grin
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Thanks Pia, I just wish it was filled in and ready for use.  I know Enformable had some good diagrams and maps.  Hope Chasaha and Califnative can help.  So I copied this entry from http://caferadlab.com/thread-994-post-2307.html#pid2307 to start.  Where oh where is reactors 5 & 6 in the tepcams?  

(09-22-2016, 10:15 AM)Chasaha Wrote: I have always thought the large white building in the distance, with the circle on it, was Unit 5 with 6 right behind it.

Cam view
http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/f1-np/camer...tion-e.jpg

We should start a thread for the maps and camera angles for reference.  Maps I've seen show a slight offset between the line of reactors 1-4 and reactors 5-6.  Spent over an hour going thru Cryptome pics and found one that shows what I'm trying to describe.  Reactors 5 and 6 should have the same paint job as reactor 2.  

0356.jpg       Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station 12-0226  May 22, 2012 (2.3MB)
http://cryptome.org/daiichi-2012-0226-hr.jpg

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Will reload the attachment and add a zoom.  The reactor paint jobs are similar but 1 thru 4 were a light blue and 5 & 6 were more aqua or greenish.  The white buildings on the coastal side are maybe the pumps and turbines.  Looking at the zoom I think a portion of the 5 & 6 reactors could be the greenish blur on the left of the bottom of the tower.  

   

   
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(09-23-2016, 06:32 AM)Horse Wrote: Thanks Pia, I just wish it was filled in and ready for use.  I know Enformable had some good diagrams and maps.  Hope Chasaha and Califnative can help.  So I copied this entry from http://caferadlab.com/thread-994-post-2307.html#pid2307 to start.  Where oh where is reactors 5 & 6 in the tepcams?  

For the last 3 months my left wrist is a level 3/4 on scale of 1-10 every morning and by night it's a 10, so I've cut back on most of my activity. But, here's the Enformable directory for some of what you seek: Category: Maps and Diagrams http://www.enformable.com/category/nucle...-diagrams/
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Pia, I sure hope you can get that wrist fixed. Last couple years I endured much pain as teeth rotted out and I was too poor to get them fixed. Now have some insurance to cover costs and getting it fixed. Thanks for the Enformable link.
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(09-23-2016, 07:07 AM)Horse Wrote: Pia, I sure hope you can get that wrist fixed.  Last couple years I endured much pain as teeth rotted out and I was too poor to get them fixed.  Now have some insurance to cover costs and getting it fixed.  Thanks for the Enformable link.

You are welcome. Glad you have access to a solution. I have a qualified doctor lined up to fix that bad bone set and am fundraising. It may cost as much as $6,000 US. Not sure yet. He'll be available after Oct 10. So, I have a little time. https://pages.giveforward.com/medical/page-31hz4z2/ I could use a lot of $10 donations, so, please spread the news... Thank You.
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Enformable has a good site plan pic.  Was always worried that the green blur buildings were the ones on the hillside and we wouldn't see 5 & 6.  The hilltop area looks to be part of the radioactive solid waste storage facility surrounded by trees.  

   
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The view from the other side via Nuckelchen http://caferadlab.com/thread-323.html  

   

   
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TEPCO starts clearing rubble at No.1 reactor
https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20180122_20/
I thought I'd seen the vacuum cleaner among the tools going in and around r1.  Wanted to add the picture that accompanied the brief article. The picture shows a good view of the common spent fuel pool at the south end.

   
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