1 Millirem. Which is less than their yearly dose.
44888000900 kg of radiation gas, obviously slowly killing itself.
Geiger counters for measuring how much radiation is going on *now*. Dosimeters are carried by the astronauts in order to determine their total radiation dose during the mission.
On the elecromagnetic spectrum, gamma rays have much more energy
It has ozone
Both a star's diameter and its radiation vary widely from one star to another. Look at the data for our Sun, for an example - but consider that this is not exactly typical, in the sense that other stars can be much bigger or smaller, and radiate much more, or much less, energy, than our Sun.
no... it was an accident
Dark matt surfaces absorb heat radiation falling on them much better than bright glossy surfaces, such as gloss white or silver. They also emit much more heat radiation (at any given temp.)
A pocket of radiation is a place where radiation is highly concentrated. Found usually around metal objects as metal will store radiation much longer. When Chernobyl accident toke place, the force of the reactor explosion blasted large amount of debris up in the air, witch came back down around the reactor. This debris is highly radioactive and usually the cause of these Pockets of Radiation.
No there is to much radiation in the ground and in the air,you will have to wear a radiation proof mask and if you go there without a radiation mask your sol,I'm just telling you don't go there or you will die from the chemicals there.
The film in the badges changes colour when radiation hits it. By looking at the badges, the people wearing them can tell how much radiation they have been exposed to. They have different strips of film for different types of radiation, so they are not only able to tell how much radiation someone has been exposed to, but also what type of radiation. Its basically a safety measure to ensure that workers are not exposed to excessive levels of radiation emitted from the waste.
Sure. It won't be much of an accident but it can be an accident.
They can harm you if you use phones too much radiation comes of the phone and can hurt you.
Is how much radiation goes through a material.
Generally speaking, no. It usually takes at least a few days for the report to be completed so whatever you get at the scene of the accident won't be much. Whatever the insurance company got from the police, you should be able to get it too.
I guess you are talking about how much radiation you can absorb in a given time. usually you express this in term of dose, that is how much time you have been exposed to a specific radiation. so, you just add the doses you have been exposed to. if you reach 1mSv/year for work reasons and you aren't part of a special team, you should start to worry about this. If you are a worker which is occupationally exposed to radiation, you should not reach the 20mSv/year threshold.
well if you drink too much you can have a car accident, people can take bad advantage from you. For example, they are a lot of teens girls who get drunk and after they had sex with other people that they never know who are them... well if you drink too much you can have a car accident, people can take bad advantage from you. For example, they are a lot of teens girls who get drunk and after they had sex with other people that they never know who are them...
Just EMI radiation, and these days, not much