Students tour the control room of the B Reactor on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in south-central Washington. The reactor is now the centerpiece of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park, where school children and tourists can visit the place that produced the plutonium used in the nuclear bombs dropped on Japan in 1945.
Students tour the control room of the B Reactor on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in south-central Washington. The reactor is now the centerpiece of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park, where school children and tourists can visit the place that produced the plutonium used in the nuclear bombs dropped on Japan in 1945. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times
Students tour the control room of the B Reactor on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in south-central Washington. The reactor is now the centerpiece of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park, where school children and tourists can visit the place that produced the plutonium used in the nuclear bombs dropped on Japan in 1945. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times

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