and the bot couldn't record the radiation level.
Yomiuri Shinbun (in Japanese; 12:37PM JST 4/19/2011) reports:
TEPCO couldn't get enough data on the radiation level in the Reactor 2 building. Two remote-controlled robots went through the door to the Reactor 2 building on April 2. But after measuring 4.1 milli-sievert/hr near the door, the camera lens quickly became foggy due to high humidity (94 to 99%) and couldn't record the radiation level.
But wait... Now if I think about it, even if one bot couldn't take a photograph of the reading by the other bot, the readings were stored in the bot, right?
Is TEPCO hiding the information (again), or is iRobot incapable of storing the readings?