China Exposes Its First Nuclear Submarine As Part Of A Museum

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China will allow tourists to see the interior of their first nuclear-powered submarine by exhibiting at the Qingdao Naval Museum.

According to the Daily Mail, since April 2017, tourists can experience first-hand how they feel on board one of these bathyscaphe. It is a unique opportunity, since only four other countries have retained their nuclear submarines after being withdrawn.

China Exposes Its First Nuclear Submarine As Part Of A Museum

The 091 Han Class Chengzheng-1 was designed in 1958, but became operational in 1970. After more than forty years of service, it was retired in 2013. Now it will be part of the exhibition of the Qingdao Naval Museum, on the occasion of the celebration of the 68th anniversary of the Navy of the People’s Liberation Army.

China Exposes Its First Nuclear Submarine As Part Of A Museum

From the Chinese navy have explained that nuclear waste and its maintenance do not pose any risk.

 

Source: TouriNews