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By contrast, two nuclear reactors under construction in Georgia were expected to cost $14 billion.
Following an agreement between the U.S. and North Korea to freeze Pyongyang’s nuclear program in 1994, Mr. Suh spent several years living in North Korea to help oversee the construction of light water reactors.
This important work includes the citing of transmission lines and the economics of small modular reactors.
On April 26, 1986, a sudden power surge caused an explosion at reactor No.
And Collar hopes that even-smaller detectors could be useful for monitoring nuclear reactors, which spew out neutrinos.
Those early nuclear reactors allowed North Korea to gain the technical sophistication, as well as a source of fissile material, for its future weapons program.
North Korea agrees to shut down the reactor, which was capable of producing fuel for nuclear weapons.
One of the weapons not previously documented by the U.S. government was a new cruise missile powered by a miniaturized nuclear reactor, which would give it a virtually unlimited range.
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