World's most modern atomic reactor starts in India
Dogged by controversy, India's latest and largest nuclear reactor at Kudankulam has been kick started, in the making for over a decade the much delayed plant saw the initiation of the first sustained atomic chain reaction also called 'criticality' for the very first time on July 13 2013 at 11.05 pm at night. Made at a cost of Rs 170 billion or $ 30 billion the Russian made atomic plants will generate 2000 MW of electricity and use enriched uranium. (Photo by Pallava Bagla/Corbis via Getty Images)
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