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Australia’s Open Pool Australian Lightwater (OPAL) reactor is a state-of-the-art 20 Megawatt reactor that uses low enriched uranium (LEU) fuel to achieve a range of nuclear medicine, research, scientific, industrial and production goals. Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Power, Nuclear Bomb, Chernobyl, Marine Engineering, Nuclear Medicine, Nuclear Reactor, Sci Fi Environment, Industrial Architecture

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New York, New York Albert Einstein with his daughter on his lap at the opening of the Jewish Pavillion at the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows in Queens. Einstein At World's Fair Photograph by Underwood Archives

Einstein At World's Fair by Underwood Archives

New York, New York 1939Albert Einstein with his daughter on his lap at the opening of the Jewish Pavillion at the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows in Queens.

New York, New York Albert Einstein with his daughter on his lap at the opening of the Jewish Pavillion at the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows in Queens. Einstein At World's Fair Photograph by Underwood Archives

Einstein At World's Fair by Underwood Archives

New York, New York 1939Albert Einstein with his daughter on his lap at the opening of the Jewish Pavillion at the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows in Queens.

Blue glow of Cherenkov radiation at ORNL's High Flux Isotope Reactor where berkelium is made to create element 117 © Oak Ridge National Labo.

Element 117 poised to enter superheavyweight division

Latest evidence for ununseptium reveals that the decay chain is longer than previously thought

The Manhattan Project. Reactor, Pilot Plant for Production of Nagasaki Bomb Plutonium, Oak Ridge, TN 1943 Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Oak Ridge Tennessee, First Atomic Bomb, Manhattan Project, National Laboratory, Weapon Of Mass Destruction, Nuclear Power, Atomic Age

Nuclear decay: Haunting images show the remnants of the Manhattan Project mission to build first atomic bomb

Photographer Martin Miller traveled to two nuclear-explosives production facilities, now stark and mostly abandoned, where America's top scientists developed the world's first atomic bomb during World War II.

Ed Westcott, a Singular Eye at the Dawn of the Atomic Age, Dies at 97 - The New York Times J. Robert Oppenheimer at Oak Ridge. He led the Manhattan Project's weapons laboratory at Los Alamos, N.

11 Pictures That Prove That Scientists Were The Original Hipsters

Albert Einstein questioned Newtonian physics long before it was cool to do so.

The Manhattan Project. B Reactor Front Face, Source of Nagasaki Bomb Plutonium, Hanford Nuclear Reservation, WA 1944 First Atomic Bomb, Nuclear War, Nuclear Apocalypse, Nuclear Technology, Washington State History, Engineering Works, Manhattan Project, National Laboratory

Nuclear decay: Haunting images show the remnants of the Manhattan Project mission to build first atomic bomb

Photographer Martin Miller traveled to two nuclear-explosives production facilities, now stark and mostly abandoned, where America's top scientists developed the world's first atomic bomb during World War II.

Seventy-five years ago this week, the federal government quietly took over acres nestled in the ridges of East Tennessee. Oak Ridge Tn, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, First Atomic Bomb, Paper Balloon, Engineering Works, Manhattan Project, Sister Cities, Oral History, Atomic Age

How The U.S. Created A ‘Secret City’ In Oak Ridge To Build The Atomic Bomb, 75 Years Ago | WPLN News - Nashville Public Radio

Seventy-five years ago this week, the federal government quietly took over 60,000 acres nestled in the ridges of East Tennessee. It was the beginning of...

Santa Claus is detained at the Elza Gate in Oak Ridge in this famous 1944 photo taken by famed Manhattan Project photographer Ed Westcott. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, First Atomic Bomb, Institute Of Physics, Guard House, Horrible Histories, Manhattan Project, Rest Of The World, The Bikini, Holiday Traditions

The Photography of Ed Westcott

Santa Claus going through a security search at Elza Gate guard house. (12/14/1944) 2010.012.0207 PRO 191

Extraordinary Photos of Everyday Life in Oak Ridge, the Secret City Safety billboard, 1948 To Man and the Atom, an exhibition in 1948 Secret Life, The Secret, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Rare Historical Photos, Manhattan Project, Secret Location, Army Corps Of Engineers, Brave Women, Atomic Age

Extraordinary Photos of Everyday Life in Oak Ridge, the Secret City

Here's a collection of rare historical photos from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, a town established by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1942 on an isolated farm. It was a secret location that became one of the most significant sites of the Manhattan Project.

Manhattan Project calculates the effects of The Gadget. In March DuPont began construction of a plutonium plant on a site at Oak Ridge. Workers load uranium slugs into the Graphite Reactor. First Atomic Bomb, Nuclear Test, Nuclear Power, History Taking, Us History, American History, Oak Ridge Tennessee, Switzerland Places To Visit, Museums

Extraordinary Photos of Everyday Life in Oak Ridge, the Secret City

Here's a collection of rare historical photos from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, a town established by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1942 on an isolated farm. It was a secret location that became one of the most significant sites of the Manhattan Project.

Inside Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Where the Manhattan Project Began Tour - Smithsonian Associates Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Manhattan Project, Travel Stuff, Day Tours, Behind The Scenes, Dolores Park, Past, To Go, Projects

Inside Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Where the Manhattan Project Began 4-Day Tour

A partnership between the Smithsonian and Oak Ridge National Laboratory offers a rare chance to go behind the scenes at this center for cutting-edge energy science. This one-of-a-kind 4-day study tour brings you into the heart of Oak Ridge’s past and present, guided by the staff and the scientists who lead and conduct its research.