‘Constant Phoenix’ atmospheric-sampling plane deployed to find source
Speculation abounds that Russia may have resumed nuclear testing in the Arctic as Iodine-131 has been detected across Europe.
According to Wakefield Express:
An air filter station in Svanhovd, Norway, was the first place to measure the Iodine-131 in the second week of January. Next it was measured in Rovaniemi, in Finnish Lapland. Within two weeks, it was traced in Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, France and Spain. This movement led the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA) to suggest the particles may have originated in Eastern Europe. It’s possible that the particles could have come from an incident at a nuclear reactor.