Radiation Burns
Radiation burns on fingers
Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Berkley
















Paris
Analyzer "Z" Coil
Manhattan Project, 1944








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Mushroom Cloud
Nagasaki, 1945




















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 The Beginning or the End
 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1947












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 Oppenheimer pointing at a photograph of the mushroom cloud over Nagasaki 
In the aftermath of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 























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NGC 4522
Hubble Telescope











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Experiment
Manhattan Project, 1944






























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 United States Strategic Bombing Survey 
 Hiroshima, 1946








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 United States Strategic Bombing Survey 
 Hiroshima, 1946














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 United States Strategic Bombing Survey 
 Hiroshima, 1945 








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 Oppenheimer attending a convention 
 Los Alamos, 1945




















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 Explosion of the first Atomic Bomb
Los Alamos, New Mexico
16th of July 1945




































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Kimono pattern burned into the skin of a victim
Hiroshima, 1945













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 shadow cast of a vaporized ladder
Hiroshima, August 1945






































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Testing grounds of the first Atmoic Bomb
Trinity Site, New Mexico





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Nebular
Hubble Telescope























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Hiroshima after the explosion
Hiroshima, 1945


















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Due to the enormous heat caused by the Atomic Bomb
sand melted into a glass-like mineral called "Trinitite"

New Mexico, 16th of July 1945
























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Sewing needles being fused together
by the enormous heat caused by
the explosion of the Atomic Bomb

Hiroshima, 6th of August 1945






























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 Due to their latitude Trinity-Site, Nagasaki and Hiroshima share the same nightsky










Hiroshima
34°23"47.617"N
132°27'34.641"E



Trinity-Site
33°40'38.254"N
106°28'31.033"W


Nagasaki
32°46'33.663"N
129°51'48.155"E














Paris
Experiment
Berkley, 1944



















Paris
Experiment
Berkley, 1944


























Robert J. Oppenheimer
Robert J. Oppenheimer  
Director of the Manhattan Project  












Robert J. Oppenheimer
  Soldier shortly before dying of radiaton sickness
  Ujina Hospital, Hiroshima, 1945