National Atomic Museum Plans Special Tour National Test Facility for Space Warfare and the US Air Force Academy. The cost is $250. New Mexico is very lucky to be home to the National Atomic MUSeum. http://www.cahe.nmsu.edu/news/2001/012201_atomic.html
Extractions: Current News Search news by subject 4-H Awards/Honors Business Chile Dairy Distance Learning Family/Consumer Field Crops Food/Nutrition Gardening Headlines Livestock NMSU Personnel Range/Forestry Students Tourism Vegetable/Nut/Fruit Water Wildlife or by Date: Monday, January 22, 2001 Contact: Mike Cook (505) 646-8009 email@example.com Editor: Meghan McGuire (505) 646-1072 firstname.lastname@example.org LAS CRUCES - The National Atomic Museum in Albuquerque will be holding tours of a radioactive waste storage site, the source of the farthest reaching space detection signal on earth and the site of one on the nation's military defense command centers through January and February. Museum staff will lead a tour of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) near Carlsbad, N.M. on Jan. 23-24. Participants can travel 2,000 feet underground to see salt beds that will permanently store low-level radioactive waste from the nation's nuclear weapons facilities. The tour also includes a visit to the International UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell. The cost of the tour is $165. On Feb. 9 the museum will lead a tour of the Very Large Array (VLA) near Socorro, N.M. The VLA includes 27 giant satellite dish antennas that provide the most far-reaching space detection signal on earth. This tour costs $40.
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Extractions: LLNL NewsLine article Atomic Testing Museum The Nevada Test Site (NTS) constitutes an important chapter in the history of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Even though the two locations are separated by hundreds of miles, they are intertwined by their mission to develop the nation's nuclear deterrent. A new museum, dedicated to preserving the legacy of the NTS, is now open in Las Vegas. The permanent exhibits won't be ready until late 2004. But LLNL got a preview tour, and a chance to talk about the history of the period, with Cold War veterans from both sides of the Iron Curtain. For information about the museum and NTS, click the links in the left hand column. The video links below require Quicktime, available free at:
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Extractions: From Fodors.com: In order to be more accessible, this popular attraction has moved from the heavily restricted Kirtland Air Force Base to Old Town. Exhibits include replicas of Little Boy and Fat Man (the bombs dropped on Japan at the end of World War II), and there are children's programs and an exhibit about X-ray technology. The museum plans to mount more exhibits on the nonweapons applications of nuclear technology, such as nuclear medicine and nuclear power. In 2005 or 2006, the museum is set to change its name to the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History and to move to Balloon Fiesta Park north of town. www.atomicmuseum.com. $4. Daily 9-5. Map It! BUY THE BOOK
An End To The Search? You can t take this one with you The Mark 17 hydrogen bomb, in the National Atomic MUSeum s outdoor display, was the largest US nuclear weapon ever built. http://whyfiles.org/167new_nukes/5.html
Extractions: Pure fusion bombs (which omit the fission trigger) could also promote the spread of nuclear weapons. Why? Because fission fuel - highly-enriched uranium or plutonium is hard to make, and the production is easy to detect. Stephen Schwartz, publisher of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, says, "If fourth-generation nuclear weapons were ever to become a reality, that would truly be the death of arms control, would make it almost impossible to control nuclear weapons. The biggest constraint now is access to plutonium and highly-enriched uranium. If you didn't need those... it would become a much different proposition." Then there's the leak problem: secrets don't stay secret. David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security , writes, "The history of the spread of nuclear weapons includes many cases where countries gained access to secret information enabling them to accomplish the goal of making nuclear explosive materials or the weapons themselves."
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Extractions: Special Events The museum holds many special events throughout the year, including traveling exhibits, guest speakers, receptions and tours of the Trinity Site on the first Saturdays in April and October. To receive event invitations and a museum newsletter that includes listings of all the museum's special functions, become a member of the National Atomic Foundation. Upcoming Events African Americans in the Southwest In celebration of National African-American Heritage Month, the NAM presents this special exhibit of photographs and contemporary paintings of, by, and about Black people in New Mexico, Arizona, Mexico, and other parts of the Southwest. These early settlers became cowboys, explorers, mountaineers, cooks, soldiers, scouts, educators, entrepreneurs, artists, politicians, community leaders, and much more. The collection reflects the contributions made by the many African-Americans that were among the pioneers of the region. The museum will host an opening reception for this exhibit on Tuesday, February 6 at 4:00 p.m. The National Atomic Museum is proud to host the first major public display of this exhibit that gives a fun and entertaining look at how Hollywood viewed intelligence work during the Cold War and beyond. The exhibit features 400 items from screenwriter Danny Biederman's private collection of Hollywood film and TV spy props, scripts, and costumes. The exhibit showcases props used in movies and TV programs such as
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Extractions: The American Association for Advancement of Science recommends Strange Matter for use in the classroom. It is now featured among the recommended Resources on Science NetLinks , a comprehensive homepage for science educators created by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. American Library Association selects Strange Matter as a "Great Web Site For Kids" — one of only 25 sites chosen in 2003. ALA also selected Strange Matter as its May, 2004 Web site of the Month.
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