setting at the Nevada Test Site, left. A piece of trinitite,
right, a glassy residue left on the desert floor after the Trinity
nuclear bomb test on July 16, 1945, near Alamogordo, New Mexico.
full-scale model of a B61
air-to-surface nuclear bomb, left. Atomic-themed items, right,
along with Civil
Pacific Railroad calendar, left; The Naming of Tests,
center; and exhibit on testing in vertical shafts, right.
1950s weapons development and safety tests, left. The cratered
terrain of Yucca
Site workers in radiation suits, left. Right, a collection of Geiger
counters used to detect radiation levels.
model of a Mk/B53
air-to-surface thermonuclear bomb, left. Right, items used by
indigenous peoples who once lived on lands now within the Nevada