Video: Nuclear Flask Endurance Testing

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When spent nuclear fuel is removed from power plants, it is moved via train or truck to reprocessing facilities in containers seen above called 'Flasks.'  These flasks go through vigorous crash testing to measure their endurance in a crash and their resiliency to releasing nuclear waste.  
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