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2011-08-04 sparks
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2011-08-04 sparks

fuku1live
2011.08.04 19:00-20:00 /(Live Fukushima Nuclear Plant Cam)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTJRZ8CNDB4




fuku1long
2011.08.04 19:00-20:00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIHpArUJz7s




Spark report

2011-08-04 191300 spark double.JPG
2011-08-04 191301 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 191303 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 191331 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 191345 spark 1.JPG
2011-08-04 191345 spark 2.JPG
2011-08-04 191347 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 191432 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 191457 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 191755 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 191756 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 191817 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192004 spark pair.JPG
2011-08-04 192007 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192107 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192115 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192209 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192316 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192333 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192415 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192417 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192423 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192436 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192516 spark pair.JPG
2011-08-04 192620 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192636 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192738 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192828 spark.JPG
2011-08-04 192917 spark.JPG

29 sparks in the first half hour

It probably wasn't dark enough for sparks for the first 13 minutes of the time-lapse, so that's an impressive rate at one a minute.  Here's some of the multiple sparks and the big ones.

   
   
   
   

   
   
   
   
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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Once the smoke filled in it was hard to see where it was coming from but it was there for months. 
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The video of 2011-06-26 I posted about here  http://caferadlab.com/thread-3300.html shows the smoke billowing out from the r4 area better.  The short, fast time-lapse are great for watching the smoke, but it's in the fuku1long versions I can easily spot sparks.  It's not easy to find these videos the way they're organized so I include the link to the long version for my reference.  Nobody was counting sparks back then, nobody noticed them much.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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Horse: Oops! That page can’t be found. (The article that got you looking at 2011 again.)

Too many sparks to count! Whoa!
Questions: What is the broken (and very shifted) duct under the stack, middle, mountainside?
And, the fire or blaze to the far right that eventually obscures views- it's to the left of all of the reactors. What is there?

Nuclear: A few loose bolts.
 
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(02-24-2019, 01:23 PM)HHD Wrote: Horse: Oops! That page can’t be found. (The article that got you looking at 2011 again.)

Too many sparks to count! Whoa!
Questions: What is the broken (and very shifted) duct under the stack, middle, mountainside?
And, the fire or blaze to the far right that eventually obscures views- it's to the left of all of the reactors. What is there?

Nuclear: A few loose bolts.

The spark counting in time-lapse had me bleary eyed,  I must have scrambled up my notes.  

Not sure what duct under the stack you mean.  There is a black pole with something on top at a slant in front of the exhaust stack,  It looks to me like a pole for work lights or a siren.  Below that does look like some broken ducting, no clue what that is, infrastructure damaged in the quake maybe.  

The light to the far right in these cam1 views is still a mystery to me.  I thought it might be light from the common pool area.  That light often pulsed brighter at times.  It might have been some work light.  The hills concealed the source on the tepcam and the tbs-jnn view so I couldn't be sure what it was and of course the extreme angle of the tepcams made it hard to compare to the front on tbs-jnn view.  Other consideration was it might be one of the gas burning lights that pulsed in the tbs-jnn view.  That area was cutoff from view when Tepco later zoomed in the cam1 view.  Then we'd just see smoke/steam on the left of cam4 being illuminated by some bright light.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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