Sir Roger Makins visited in this days Denmark, and paid to day a special visited to RISOE, the Research Establishment of the Danish Atomic Energy Commission.
Shoot of DR2 outside
Shoot of DR2.
Shoot of DR2 from the top of a tower
Shoot of DR3 and pan to DR2
DR3 are brought in England.
Inside the control room for the rain and weather station where the radioactive water are been controlled.
Shoot of the plane over DR3, brought in England
Different shoot of the reactor.
The english atomcheif together with danish scenist are cover their shoes
Into the reactor.
Shoot of the english atomcheif in the reactor, his wife was join him on the visited to Denmark
Shoot of the atomic men on the top of the reactor.
The english and the dane, Niels Bohr, danish chief of Risoe
Shoot of Mirs Bohr and the english wife.
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Background: Sir Roger Makins visited in this days Denmark, and paid to day a special visited to RISOE, the Research Establishment of the Danish Atomic Energy Commission. Risoe was selected among several possible locations in the autumn of 1955 and has a total of 650 acres.
Risoe research establishment will command the facilities provided by three different types of research reactors acquired by virtue of the agreements of co-operation with the USA and UK. DRI Danish reactor number I is a low energy reactor of the homogeneous type especially adapted for educational purposes and physical experiments.
DR2 is a light water moderated heterogeneous tanktype research reactor of the Pluto-type as constructed for Harwell and Dounreay.
Danish industry and danish labour is responsible for all the construction work performed at Risoe. In the case of DR 2 and in particular DR3 the manufacturing of important components of the reactor itself have been sub-contracted to the Danish industrial enterprise.