Spending three hours at the Chernobyl exclusion zone probably won’t shorten your life (much.) But why take the chance when you can float above the abandoned cities and their radioactive debris and take a drone tour of one of the most hazardous places on Earth.
The company that just posted the film, Pro-Art, isn’t terribly forthcoming with details behind its three-and-a-half-hour tour of the exclusion zone. But it appears to be early fall as the vegetation gradually takes over the cities of Chernobyl and Pripyat. More than 60,000 people once called these now virtually abandoned Ukrainian communities home.
Three and a half hours is a long time to spend hovering above radioactive ghost towns, so if you’re not particularly patient, here are a few things to check out.
The Duga radar antennae were part of the early warning system to alert the USSR of a possible nuclear attack. At 27:41 they look strangely…