Russia’s Nuclear Powered Scientific Museum-On-Train



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Russia’s project museum-on-train, proposed mainly for scientific exhibitions, is said to be operated by the Russian Railways (RZhD) with the nuclear energy supplied by the Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency (Rosatom). According to RZhD’s vice-president Valentin Gapanovich, the museum-on-train will consist of 11 carriages and will have a huge collection of scientific exhibits. So far, no details on the estimated cost and safety measures of the project are available.
Via: gizmowatch.com

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