A reactor core meltdown occurs if the core has reached a temperature above a certain critical threshold, resulting in the release of radioactive energy.


Should the temperature of the Reactor exceed a certain threshold, pressure build-up would cause a massive release of radioactive energy. This is partially contained by the Reactor Core Chamber's containment structure, but will still cause extensive damage to the research facility as a whole, resulting in electrical surges that will damage various electrical systems and apparatus. 

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