How it was 11/28/01 (2001)

Telecast №73791, 1 part, duration: 0:38:09
Production: VID
Anchor:Shklovskij Oleg


The test of nuclear weapons in the Ivanovo region in 1971.

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Mounting of the nuclear projectile at the test site.

Command post.

Underground nuclear explosion.

The folder is top secret.

September 19, 1971 near the village of Galkino in the Ivanovo region, during the underground nuclear explosion an accident occurred.

A gas-water fountain emerged near the battle well, throwing to the surface and spreading radioactive sand and water.

According to official information, the Ministry of Geology of the USSR was the direct customer.

After removing the neck of secrecy, it was announced that within the framework of the Globus project, from 1965 to 1988, 115 "peaceful" underground atomic explosions were made in the USSR (81 in Russia).

Anatoly Yegorkin says that the exploration of the fields, within the framework of the Globus project, allowed the carrying out of blasting operations and not only atomic ones.

The power of charges ranged from two to ten kilotons, which is comparable to an earthquake to four and a half points.

Ivanovo region was considered as a promising area where gas and oil deposits can be located.

Residents of the village Galkino Ivanovo region, who witnessed the explosion tell about the events of 1971.

Video chronicle:

Works at the site of the explosion.

Left the technique.

Mikhail Shilov led scientific expeditions to the site of the explosion in 1995-1998.

He talks about the consequences of the accident.

Local residents talk about the changes that have occurred in the plant and animal life.

Olga Daricheva about the consequences of the explosion.

Interview with Valentina Uchaykina.

Her son died of acute radiation sickness.

Other children also died - villagers whose parents were not warned about precautions.

The children played near the hearth of the explosion.

Vyacheslav Klishin points out the possible causes of the 1971 accident.

Vyacheslav Ilyichev talks about the security measures provided by the Globe project, in the event of emergency situations.

According to him, X-ray radiation was minimal and therefore no events were taken after the explosion.

Vera Molozina lived in Kranogorye in 1971, not far from the site of the explosion.

No one informed the local residents about the blasting operations.

All continued to swim in the reservoirs and collect mushrooms.

The equipment thrown at the site of the explosion was brought to local villages.

People who had contact with infected objects died.

The seven-year-old son of Vera Molozina began to grow gray.

The children got fever; Were diagnosed: encephalopathy and an increase in the thyroid gland.

Vyacheslav Il'ichev denies the possibility of spreading radioactivity.

It speaks about localization of the infected sites on the territory of 200 meters.

According to Olga Daricheva, after conducting a study of the terrain with the necessary equipment, it was found that, at the site of the well, the figure corresponded Level, but with a deviation to other sides - the instruments indicated an increased content of radiation: radionuclides of cesium.

Vyacheslav Klishin puts these data into doubt.

Refuses to accept them.

He is supported by Vyacheslav Ilyichev.

Interview with Nadezhda Surikova.

According to her, the oncological diseases became more frequent, there were cases of the birth of babies with six fingers.

Olga Daricheva gives an example of the situation in Chernobyl, cites comparative data on diseases in some areas of the Ivanovo region.

Spouse Olga Daricheva received a poisoning dose of radiation during the taking of soil at the site of the disposal of nuclear waste.


Yegorkin Anatoly - head of the party of the geophysical expedition of the USSR Mingology. Surikova Nadezhda - a medical assistant in the village of Ilinskoe in the Ivanovo region. Shilov Mikhail - Associate Professor of the Department of Public Biology, Ivanovo State University. Olga Daricheva - Head of the Department of Radiation Hygiene Sanitary and Epidemiological Station in the city of Ivanovo. Uchaikina Valentina is a resident of the village of Galkino in the Ivanovo region. Klishin Vyacheslav is the chief engineer of the Globus project. Ilichev Vyacheslav - responsible for radiation control during explosions. Molozina Vera is a resident of the Ivanovo region.

Calendar: 11/28/2001

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