Valery Legasov Die fünfteilige Serie "Chernobyl" rekonstruiert akribisch die Ereignisse der Katastrophe.
Waleri Alexejewitsch Legassow war ein sowjetischer Wissenschaftler auf dem Gebiet der anorganischen Chemie. Er war Mitglied der Russischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Seine bekannteste Tätigkeit war die des Leiters des Untersuchungskomitees, das. Waleri Alexejewitsch Legassow (russisch Валерий Алексеевич Легасов, wiss. Transliteration Valerij Alekseevič Legasov; * 1. Valerij Alekseevič (wissenschaftliche Transliteration); Legasov, Valeri Alekseevich (englische Transkription). Diese Worte spricht Professor Valery Legasov (Jared Harris) auf Kassette. „Die werden es natürlich abstreiten – Das tun sie immer.“ Dennoch. Valery Legasov ist ein Hauptcharakter von Chernobyl. Er wird von Jared Harris verkörpert und. Stellan Skarsgård (links) als Boris Schtscherbina und Jared Harris als Valery Legasov begutachten aus der Ferne das Ausmaß der.
Als einer der ersten vor Ort erfasst der sowjetische Atomphysiker Valery Legasov (Jared Harris) das ganze Ausmaß der Katastrophe. Als einer der ersten vor Ort. Valery Legasov hat kurz vor seinem Suizid, der auch in der Serie gezeigt wird, seine Rolle während den Monaten nach dem Atomunfall auf. Waleri Alexejewitsch Legassow (russisch Валерий Алексеевич Легасов, wiss. Transliteration Valerij Alekseevič Legasov; * 1. Valerij Alekseevič (wissenschaftliche Transliteration); Legasov, Valeri Alekseevich (englische Transkription).
The total amount of materials dumped on the reactor weighed about 5, tons, including about 40 tons of boron compounds, 2, tons of lead, 1, tons of sand and clay, and tons of dolomite, as well as sodium phosphate and polymer liquids Bu Later came the steps to prevent melted radioactive material from reaching the water in the lower cooling system, so a tunnel was built to prevent radioactives from reaching groundwater.
Even though one was only allowed to spend a maximum of two weeks at the site, Legasov spent four months! On May 5, he already showed signs of radiation sickness nuclear tan and hair loss and by May 15, cough and insomnia began to kick in.
In August , he was invited to speak at the IAEA in Vienna, presenting a report to foreign colleagues about the catastrophe and why it happened.
Initially, it was head of state Mikhail Gorbachev who should have done it, but the leader decided it should be Legasov, a scientist who had worked at the site.
Sometimes scientists and specialists would spend a few days at our place. Father checked the numbers over and over again.
He wanted to make sure all of the information was absolutely true. The five-hour report in Vienna helped to calm down the international community and earn Legasov praise abroad, but authorities and some fellow scientists back home thought the report revealed classified information.
The IAEA report made a huge impact and father instantly became very popular. He was named Person of the Year in Europe and was included in the list of the top 10 scientists in the world.
The next two years were difficult for Legasov, both mentally and physically. He felt the ill will from his colleagues and was depressed by the lack of initiatives to prevent more catastrophes like Chernobyl in the future.
He adored her. Only eight years after his suicide in did Legasov receive a posthumous honorary title of Hero of the Russian Federation for the "courage and heroism" shown in his investigation of the disaster, awarded by then-president Boris Yeltsin.
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He was 51 years old. Legasov had hanged himself and though he left no suicide note, he did leave behind a slew of recordings in which he described his disillusionment with the Soviet government while investigating the meltdown.
The government, Legasov found, had tried to hide integral information regarding the disaster. He was excluded by a vote of his peers from a seat on the scientific and technical council of the Kurchatov Institute of Atomic Energy, where he was once a deputy director.
Others suspected that domestic issues were the cause of his suicide, while still, others believed that Legasov somehow blamed himself for the suffering caused by Chernobyl.
Regardless, the truth behind his demise remains unclear. In December of , 14 years after the world was exposed to the horrors of Chernobyl, the last of the remaining reactors at the Chernobyl nuclear plant were shut down.
Reactor two had closed in and unit one five years later. In , HBO launched their miniseries Chernobyl. What can we do then? But Chernobyl has proved that authenticity does not have to be compromised for creativity.
The series so far has earned praise from TV critics for its haunting yet masterful portrayal of the unfolding nuclear disaster.
YouTube Valery Legasov interviewed by U. Author of nonfiction bestseller Midnight in Chernobyl , Adam Higginbotham, applauded the production but pointed out some of the dramatizations, too.
He noted that Legasov was a radiochemistry expert in real life, not a reactor specialist, so he received a lot more guidance from other specialists in his investigation than the series let on.
Waleri Legassow wurde in Tula als Kind einer Arbeiterfamilie geboren. Nach der Katastrophe von Tschernobyl war Legassow eine Schlüsselfigur in der Regierungskommission, die die Gründe der Katastrophe untersuchen und einen Plan zur Beseitigung der Folgen entwickeln sollte.
Er berichtete seinen Kollegen und der Presse unmittelbar von den Sicherheitsrisiken des zerstörten Reaktors und forderte die sofortige Evakuierung der Stadt Prypjat.
Im August präsentierte er den Bericht der sowjetischen Delegation auf einem Sondertreffen der Internationalen Atomenergieorganisation in Wien.
Waleri Legassow wurde am Morgen des