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all things nuclear, post-nuclear, historically atomic, responses to 1945

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Iconic Photos Of The Aftermath Of The Hiroshima Bombing: The shadow of a person who was disintegrated at the moment of the blast. These steps were removed and are now an exhibit at the Hiroshima Peace Park museum. Nagasaki, Hiroshima Japan, Fukushima, Hiroshima Bombing, Creepy, Iconic Photos, Second World, Interesting History, World History

Iconic Photos Of The Aftermath Of The Hiroshima Bombing

Yesterday marked the 65th anniversary of the dropping of an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. After the bomb was dropped, censorship of the event was a priority in both Japan and abroad, and journalists were barred from entering, reporting, or photographing the area. Yoshito Matsushige was living just outside of the blast radius, and snapped some of the only known photos of the

Shadow of bike from atomic bomb blast in Hiroshima Japan WWII. Great link to atomic shadows. Nagasaki, Hiroshima Japan, Fukushima, World History, World War Ii, Akira, Bomba Nuclear, Nuclear Bomb, Nuclear Test

Hiroshima (1945). Atomic Shadow of a bicycle that was vaporized during the blast.

On July 1945 the first atom bomb was dropped on Alamogordo, New Mexico. This was the result of the Manhattan Project which was lead by the US with support from Canada and the UK. Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Nuclear Bomb, Nuclear War, Bomba Nuclear, First Atomic Bomb, Manhattan Project, World On Fire, Interesting History

Are We Ready for a National Park Commemorating the Atomic Bomb?

The development of the atomic bomb has been called the most significant scientific and engineering undertaking of the 20th century. Are we grown up enough to commemorate it in the 21st?

Discover Trinity Atomic Bomb Site in Socorro, New Mexico: Once a year, visitors can tour the desolate site that birthed the Atomic Age. Nuclear Test, Nuclear Bomb, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, First Atomic Bomb, Cloud Texture, Manhattan Project, Weapon Of Mass Destruction, Destroyer Of Worlds

Trinity Test - Crater 28 Hours After Explosion

The trinitite-bearing crater at the Trinity Test site. Aerial view. www.galactic-stone.com

by Werner Bischof: JAPAN. Town of Hiroshima. Memorial for the victims of the atomic explosion. In the background: a former exhibition hall. Hiroshima, Nagasaki, War Photography, Shadow Photography, White Photography, All European Countries, His Travel, Magnum Photos, Best Photographers

あぁ、完成された風景…。和室で化粧をする浴衣姿の女性が美しすぎる! | ガジェット通信 GetNews

あぁ、完成された風景…。和室で化粧をする浴衣姿の女性が美しすぎる!

Hiroshima: The Lost Photographs, now an exhibition at the International Center for Photography: Design Observer Asian Continent, Design Observer, Hiroshima Japan, Manhattan Project, Atomic Age, Lest We Forget, Nihon, Gods And Goddesses, Continents

Recently found photos of Hiroshima. Should read (not skim) article & find/look at full gallery

Harold Edgerton, Nuclear explosion photographed by rapatronic camera less than 1 millisecond after detonation. The fireball is about 20 meters in diameter in this shot. Nevada, not natural, but so interesting and scary Bomba Nuclear, Nuclear Test, Nuclear Bomb, Nuclear Energy, Harold Edgerton, Science Facts, Weird Science, Fun Facts, Mad Science

When We Tested Nuclear Bombs

"Rope tricks" are seen in this image of a nuclear explosion taken less than one millisecond after detonation. During operation Tumbler-Snapper in 1952, this nuclear test device was suspended 300 feet above the Nevada desert floor, and anchored by mooring cables. As the ball of plasma expanded, the radiating energy superheated and vaporized the cables just ahead of the fireball, resulting in the "spike" effects. (U.S. Department of Defense)

Elin o'Hara slavic - Cyanotype of hair comb - An A-bombed artifact in Hiroshima Sun Prints, Cyanotype, Hiroshima, Sculptures, Hair Comb, Gallery, Indigo, Blues, Photography

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Cohen Gallery | elin o'Hara slavick cyanotype of hair comb, an A-bombed artifact in Hiroshima