I have been able to time the INES 6 crematory nuclear accident in Belarus to the evening of October 18th. EurDep data, in particular, allows to track quite well the far-flung plume from the event. The plume had a particular behaviour, related to the spinning nuclear motor altogether with its Triga-subcritical all filled certainly with crematory mash from the regime’s tokamaks, put there for replutogenization. So, along with a small Chernobyl component in the victims, there is a replutogenization of mash already plutogenized in the tokamaks, leading predictably to a composition with atomic masses 241-242 quite largely included. The blood component in the fallout observed by satellite also asks the question of an inclusion of Natrosolmash imported from the West through Lithuania in exchange for Belarusian dollars, see below.
The plume was first catapulted by the explosion of the crematory spinning system and the slower plume from the Triga subcritical was partly repelled by the positiveness of the first plume, that reverse magnet effect causing later waves around the 24th of October in Germany and the Netherlands.
Have you looked at the earlier article showing soil data from the crematory accident ? It’s disgustingly dark. Certainly a very interesting set of data for estimates on the thousands of “Uighur ICBMs” of the Chinese communist regime (in terms of pattern, after actual strike).