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30 October 1951, Nevada Test Site

Simon Norfolk - Photo of the mushroom cloud generated by the American nuclear test Buster Charlie, a fourteen kiloton shot conducted at the Nevada Test Site, today,

Nevada Test Site - Can't see the moon, so why not settle for a landscape of nuke craters?

Nevada Test Site - Can't see the moon, so why not settle for a landscape of nuke…

Real Photo from Nellis AFB Bombing Range, Nevada taken by a General not to be named, Morss NYE 02484 Priscilla atomic test Nevada Test Site 1959...  He died of Lymphoma in 1966...

Real Photo from Nellis AFB Bombing Range, Nevada taken by a General not to be named, Morss NYE 02484 Priscilla atomic test Nevada Test Site 1959

How to Photograph an Atomic Bomb: Plumbbob Hood, 74 kilotons, Nevada Test Site, July 5, 1957.

The Plumbbob Hood, 74 kilotons, Nevada Test Site, July This bomb is used with uranium the same power source inside of the nuclear reactors.

Atomic explosion at Nevada Test Site, 1957?

Atomic explosion at Nevada Test Site, 1957?

After 800 nuclear tests from 1951 and 1992, this is the view over the Nevada Test Site (formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds).

After 800 nuclear tests from 1951 and this is the view over the Nevada Test Site (formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds). All the craters seen in the photograph are from below ground tests and are collapse features from subsidence into.

Color footage of atomic bomb tests in Nevada - Soldiers being exposed to high levels of radiation

Color footage of atomic bomb tests in Nevada - Soldiers being exposed to high levels of radiation

Atomic Bomb Testing  Near Las Vegas in 1953...TV usually did not even sign on until late afternoon but when they tested the Nuclear Bombs in the Nevada Desert, they showed it on TV in the morning live.

Atomic Bomb Testing Near Las Vegas in usually did not even sign on until late afternoon but when they tested the Nuclear Bombs in the Nevada Desert, they showed it on TV in the morning live.

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