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Up close and personal with nuclear power

October 4, 2010 No Comments

After a period of stagnation, the U.S. nuclear power industry is pushing for another chance–both to build new power plants and to reshape popular opinion. Earlier this week, Martin LaMonica took a tour of the Seabrook Station nuclear power plant on the New Hampshire coast, just north of the Massachusetts border. He got to see some impressive engineering, relearn the physics of nuclear fission, and ponder the future of nuclear power.

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