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Bilibino

 

an urbantype settlement and the administrative center of Bilibino Raion, Chukchi National Okrug, Magadan Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the Bol’shoi Keperveem River (Kolyma basin). Population, 10,500 (1968). Gold is mined, and there are mechanical repair and construction materials plants. An atomic electric power plant is under construction near Bilibino (1970). The settlement was formed in 1958 and named in honor of the Soviet geologist Iu. A. Bilibin.

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Table 14: Russian Federation, Bilibino 1, Nuclear Plant Technical Details 42
Table 15: Russian Federation, Bilibino 2, Nuclear Plant Technical Details 43
Table 16: Russian Federation, Bilibino 3, Nuclear Plant Technical Details 45
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The Chukot autonomous region's Bilibino plant, the world's first atomic power generator to enter the new millennium, was functioning normally as of 12:15 a.
The Bilibino nuclear station in Russia's Far East, the first to see in the date change, was reported to be working perfectly two hours after midnight.
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Table 13: Russian Federation, Bilibino 1, Nuclear Plant Technical Details 40
Table 14: Russian Federation, Bilibino 2, Nuclear Plant Technical Details 42
Table 15: Russian Federation, Bilibino 3, Nuclear Plant Technical Details 44