Did Mammoet and Atomflot Divert Salvaged Nuclear Material from Kursk Submarine?

K-141 Kursk, the Russian Navy’s Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine, was regarded to be one of the nation’s highest achievement in submarine technology. By: α Leonis‏ @Cynecin   The submarine was powered by 2 OK-650b pressurized water nuclear reactors with uranium fuel rods enriched to 20%-45% (HEU). Oscar carried two dozen huge P-700 Granit missiles and were the largest attack submarines ever built with the capability to defeat an entire United States aircraft carrier group.   The ramjet-powered engine could propel the missile at speeds of Mach 1.6 to a range of 388 miles. It packed either a 1,653-lb...

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