Soviet sub that sank off Norway in 1989 still emitting radiation

Remotely operated vehicle called Aegir 6000 examines the wreck of the Soviet nuclear submarine "Komsomolets", southwest of Bear Island in the Norwegian Arctic, Norway in this handout image released on July 10, 2019. Norwegian Institute of Marine Research/HI/Handout via REUTERS

OSLO (Reuters) – A Soviet nuclear submarine which sank off Norway in 1989 is still emitting radiation, researchers said on Wednesday following an expedition that used a remotely controlled vehicle for the first time. The wreck of the Komsomolets lies on the bottom of the Norwegian Sea at a depth of about 1,700 metres (5,577 […]

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