AAHS Museum Links Air Space MUSeum Washington DC; National Atomic MUSeum - Albuquerque, NM; Soaring MUSeum - Elmira, NY; National Warplane MUSeum; US Army Aviation MUSeum - Ft. http://www.aahs-online.org/LR_Museums.htm
Extractions: Aeroplane Museum - Cheshire UK Aerospace Museum - Cosford, Shropshire, UK Air Force Flight Test Center Museum - Edwards AFB, CA Air Heritage Museum - Beaver Falls, PA Air Mobility Command Museum Dover AFB, DE Air Victory Museum, Medford, NJ Airborne and Special Operations Museum - Fayetteville, NC Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum - Anchorage, AK American Airpower Heritage Museum (CAF) - Midland/Odessa Airport, TX American Helicopter Museum - Chester, PA Arkansas Air Museum - Fayetteville, AK Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum - Bedford, Nova Scotia Australian Aviation Heritage Centre Australia's Museum of Flight Aviation Museum of Kentucky - Lexington, KY Aviation Museum of Malta Tullahoma, TN Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation Blackbird Airpark, Palmdale, CA Canada's National Aviation Museum Canadian Museum of Flight - Surrey, British Columbia, Canada Canada Aviation Museum - Ottawa, Ontario Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Welcome To The National Atomic Museum | Home Calendar of Events. Educatorâ s Guide. Facility Rental Program. Science Summer Camp. Traveling Exhibits. Up â nâ Atom Mobile. Volunteer Guide. ZOOMzoneâ ¢New Museum Preview. Subscribe to. Museum http://www.atomicmuseum.com/
Extractions: Own one of the original circuit boards from the second supercomputer ever built! This machine used high-speed, multi-dimensional processing for weapons simulation. The Cray Board is matted and framed in oak. The Museum is proud to recognize the following affiliations: Welcome to the National Atomic Museum
Grade 8 Research Web Sites HolocaUSt Memorial Center, National Atomic MUSeum Virtual Tour, ABomb WWW MUSeum. JSC Images Collection (NASA), US Geological Survey s Learning Web, Welcome http://bms.westport.k12.ct.us/lmc/gr8.htm
Extractions: Grade 8 Research Web Sites Social Studies English Science Position Paper ... Science Fair Social Studies US Government US Electoral College Biographies of Supreme Court Justices US Supreme Court Economy Jump$tart Kids Bank Kiplinger for Kids Big Money Adventure ... Economics Quizes Religion Basics of Islam Teacher's Guide
Trinity Atomic Bomb - Preface US Department of Energy The National Atomic MUSeum, Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico Since its opening in 1969, the objective of the National http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/hst/northamerican/TrinitySite-I/Cha
Extractions: Albuquerque, New Mexico Since its opening in 1969, the objective of the National Atomic museum has been to provide a readily accessible repository of educational materials, and information on the Atomic Age. In addition, the museum's goal is to preserve, interpret, and exhibit to the public memorabilia of this Age. In late 1991 the museum was chartered by Congress as the United States' only official Atomic museum. Prominently featured in the museum's high bay is the story of the Manhattan Engineer District, the unprecedented 2.2 billion dollar scientific-engineering project that was centered in New Mexico during World War II. The Manhattan Project as it was more commonly called, developed, built, and tested the world's first Atomic bomb in New Mexico. This display also includes casings similar to the only Atomic bombs ever used in warfare. Dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, these two bombs helped bring World War II to an end in mid-August 1945. The story of the Manhattan Project's three secret cities, Hanford, Washington, Los Alamos, New Mexico, and Oak Ridge, Tennessee, is also presented in this area. A portion of the museum, the low bay, is devoted to exhibits on the research, development, and use of various forms of nuclear energy. Historical and other traveling exhibits are also displayed in this area. Also found in the low bay is the museum's store, which is operated by the museum's foundation.
Extractions: Government Libraries and Museums The hundreds of government libraries are valuable sources of information, for their card catalogs of books, reports, bibliographies, and increasingly, for abstracts or even full- text of holdings. DOE libraries form the core of the government's holdings with regard to nuclear weapons collections. DOD maintains more than 900 libraries within different military organizations and at local bases. About two dozen are major academic and technical resources with significant collections (see William M. Arkin, The U.S. Military Online (Brassey's 1997) for a complete listing). DOD libraries with particularly useful online catalogs and/or search engines relevant to nuclear weapons are listed below. The Departments of Defense and Energy also operate dozens of museums. Many have holdings relating to nuclear weapons available online. Additional academic libraries also have valuable sites with photographs and information about aircraft, missiles or other types of weapon systems.
Extractions: All Grades Pre-K K-2 Higher Ed Search 100,000+ top educational sites, lessons and more! Home Science Technology Found Nuclear Engineering ' Web Sites. Also for ' Nuclear Engineering 316 Lesson Plans 16 Books 1 Software Title 4 Maps ... 8 Supplies Web Sites (1 - 10 of 1194): Stop All Nuclear Testing - Anti-Nuclear websites and related resources Jay's Anti-Nuclear Movements Links Indian Nuclear Tests and the Test Ban Treaty Coalition to Reduce Nuclear Dangers France and China resume Nuclear Testing Greenpeace continues international campaign Grades: Cache The ABC's of Nuclear Science - The ABC's of Nuclear Science is a brief introduction to Nuclear Science. We look at Antimatter, Beta rays, Cosmic connection and much more. Visit here and learn about radioactivity - alpha, beta and gamma decay. Find out the difference between fission and
'99 Peace Issues Picture Caption The earring replicas of Little Boy (right) of Hiroshima Abomb and Fat Man of Nagasaki sold at the National Atomic MUSeum of US http://www.chugoku-np.co.jp/abom/99abom/other/k_15e2.html
Einstein | American Museum Of Natural History a potential security risk. Photo US National Archives. AugUSt 6, 1945 First Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan. Woe is me. Albert http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/einstein/peace/manhattan.php
Extractions: Photo: FDR Library Archives When Einstein learned that the Germans might succeed in solving these problems, he wrote to President Franklin Roosevelt with his concerns. Einstein's 1939 letter helped initiate the U.S. effort to build an atomic bomb, but work proceeded slowly at first. Two other findings in 1940 and 1941 demonstrated conclusively that the bomb was feasible and made building the bomb a top priority for the United States : the determination of the "critical mass" of uranium needed and the confirmation that plutonium could undergo fission and be used in a bomb. In December 1941, the government launched the Manhattan Project, the scientific and military undertaking to develop the bomb. A Letter to the President In August 1939, Einstein wrote to U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt to warn him that the Nazis were working on a new and powerful weapon: an atomic bomb. Fellow physicist Leo Szilard urged Einstein to send the letter and helped him draft it.
Extractions: Date: Fri, 26 Sep 1997 17:12:43 -0700 22:24 OK RV Park; Holbrook, Arizona :: 25 SEP 97 There were a few bad days last week and, fortunately for you, the minutely detailed retelling of the events was lost when the following message appeared on the computer screen: RESUME FAILURE: press any key to continue. Dooh! I'll recap in point form. Upon arriving in Santa Fe, in the dark, we promptly got lost in the narrow, winding canyon roads above city centre, eventually having to back down 100 meters of the narrowest, curviest road in our 50' rig. We drew spectators and detractors ("Why don't you get a smaller car?!?!" quipped one particularly witty local) but no help until a very kind couple we flagged down lead us out of the maze. Thank-you, whoever you are. After climbing 2,000 feet out of Santa Fe on a somewhat wider canyon road, we arrived at Hyde State Park and promptly overheated the engine while trying to park the trailer. Tempers had already overheated in the thin air of frustration. While waiting for engine and tempers to cool a t-storm blew in. Gave up on parking the trailer and went restlessly to sleep.
Links US Transuranium and Uranium Registries. Top. Atomic MUSeums. Brookhaven National Laboratory Science MUSeum. National Atomic MUSeum Albuquerque. http://www.iamp.hbi.ir/link.htm
Programs : Youth Outreach : See For Yourself The site is in close proximity to the first US plutonium production National Atomic MUSeum Located near the original site of the Manhattan Project in http://www.wagingpeace.org/menu/programs/youth-outreach/getting-started/see-for-
Extractions: Home Issues NAPF Programs Take Action ... Youth Outreach See for Yourself We all know the educational exercise in which a group of people stand in a circle and one person whispers a statement in the ear of one of the individuals next to him or her. The statement makes its way around the circle, but by the time the statement comes back to the source, the message has completely changed. This game illustrates the inaccurate process of relaying information, the tendency to misrepresent and embellish, and the importance of primary sources. This lesson can be applied to situations ranging form personal one-on-one interactions to international media corporations. Ultimately, the lesson emphasizes the importance of critical thinking. The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation believes that field trips, when combined with books, videos, lectures, and web sites, enhance young people's ability to think critically and develop as leaders. Similarly, the capacity to understand and articulate the connections between various social justice issues is a valuable asset. As such, the Foundation is organizing field trips in southern California this year so as to encourage our youth to explore their surrounding communities for themselves. Similarly, we have provided separate lists of international and adventurous destinations for individuals interested in organizing their own trips.
World War II Links Timeline of WW II in Europe from PBS; US Troops in Action from the National Atomic MUSeum from Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico; If you have http://www.chenowith.k12.or.us/tech/subject/social/wwii.html
Extractions: World War II Links General Links World War II Sound and Pictures Page Archive of video and sound files and photographs of key personalities and topics of World War II. Covers people such as Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, Neville Chamberlain, Eduard Benes, Harry Truman, Charles Lindbergh, and Herman Goering and topics such as the Holocaust, propaganda posters, aircraft, and warships. Modern World History: BBC Education - this fantastic site examines key historical events from 1919-1945 including European politics, World Wars, and the Depression. Includes over 30 animated maps and activities . (Requires Shockwave for full interactivity) The History Place - World War Two in Europe Timelines and information about Nazi leaders. "Loose Lips Sink Ships" - advice to American soldiers on what to say and not say when writing home, carrying on a conversation, or if captured during World War II. World War II Posters: Powers of Persuasion - online exhibit featuring posters and 1 sound file from a more extensive exhibit that was presented in the National Archives Building in Washington, DC.
Cuttingedge/cuttingedge99-1a search tools; National security megasites, catalogs and directories; and nonUS information sources National Atomic MUSeum Foundation, Albuquerque, New Mexico. http://www.uscoldwar.com/cuttingedge/cuttingedge99-2a.htm
Extractions: USCOLDWAR HOME PAGE OVERVIEW TABLE OF CONTENTS THE CUTTING EDGE ... ISSUE #6 Number 6, July 1999 This is the 6th issue of the Cutting Edge , a periodic newsletter and "intelligence report" for current and prospective customers of The Swords of Armageddon . Our intention is to keep you advised of recent and little-known publications, document collections, research sources, and videotapes concerning Cold War topics, primarily nuclear weapons and weapons testing-related subjects (other Cold War subjects are also included). 1. Recent Publications of Interest (Part 1) (Starting immediately below) Recent Publications of Interest (Part 2) Recent Publications of Interest (Part 3) RECENT PUBLICATIONS OF INTEREST As we mentioned in Issue Number 1, a good source for several of the following books, and videos is an on-line Internet bookstore named Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com. Do not repeat, do not contact Chukelea Publications for copies of items mentioned in this newsletter. We sell only The Swords of Armageddon Ackland, Len. 1999.
Extractions: updated September 20, 2002 20th Century Castles (missile bases and silos and other underground Cold War real estate) The Acronym Institute ... "A Primer on Fissile Materials and Nuclear Weapon Design" (from Avoiding Nuclear Anarchy: Containing the Threat of Loose Russian Nuclear Weapons and Fissile Material by Graham T. Allison, Owen Cote, Jr., Richard A. Falkenrath, and Steven E. Miller [MIT Press, 1996]) Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments Arms Control Treaties and Agreements Arms Control Association The Atomic Duty of Pvt. Bill Bires
Southwest Museums National Atomic MUSeum The National Atomic MUSeum is the nation s only congressionally chartered mUSeum of nuclear public building in the US, it now http://www.southwest-vacation-travel.net/four-corners/museums.htm
Extractions: Telluride Southwest Museums The Southwest offers some of America's most interesting and significant cultural resources. Below is a list of the best museums and art galleries in the region. Discover the art, science, history, and culture of the Southwest by visiting these museums during your vacation. Animas Museum - Located in Durango, Colorado and run by the La County Historical Society. Features an outstanding collection of historical photographs and artifacts from Southwest Colorado.
ASEE 2001 Annual Conference - Albequerque http//www.explora.mUS.nm.US/construction.html. National Atomic MUSeum http//www.AtomicmUSeum.com/ - National Atomic MUSeum Store - Atomic era videos, Cray http://www.asee.org/conferences/annual2001/albuquerque.htm
Extractions: The Albuquerque Museum (free admission) preserves and displays both historic and artistic items of Albuquerque and New Mexico culture. In addition to local and touring exhibitions, the Museum also protects local historic sites and provides both facilities and materials for interpretive education programs. Located in Old Town at Mountain and Nineteenth Street, the museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm. New Mexico Arts http://www.artsnet.org/nma/ New Mexico Arts is the state arts commission and is a division of the Office of Cultural Affairs. Its primary function is to provide financial support for arts services and programs to nonprofit organizations statewide and to administer the 1% public art program for the state of New Mexico. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science http://www.nmmnh-abq.mus.nm.us/nmm nh/nmmnh.html
Aviation Sites National Atomic MUSeum, Albuquerque, NM National Aviation MUSeum (Ottawa, Canada), National Warplane MUSeum, Horseheads US Air Force MUSeum, US Army Aviation MUSeum http://home.att.net/~jbaugher/aircraft.html
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Sheraton Uptown - Contact Us nmmnh.state.nm.US. Maxwell MUSeum of Anthropology Maxwell MUSeum at UNM Albuquerque, NM 87131 (505) 2774405 www.unm.edu/~maxwell. National Atomic MUSeum PO Box http://www.sheratonuptown.com/contactus.html