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Video A computer genius uses a GameBoy to avert a meltdown in a nuclear plant
A handheld video game helps save the world from a homicidal supercomputer AI in Terminal Error
Didactic ending of The Day the Earth Stood Still
Video The Next Voice You Hear
Only God can save us from the new Cold War
Video Six Million Dollar Man theme song
The dramatic conclusion of this episode of the Six Million Dollar Man actually features stock footage of a nuclear explosion while Dusty Springfield sings Glen ...
Reflections on the Moving Mushroom
About these nuclear films
Video British intelligence foils a nuclear terror plot via global video surveillance
Video surveillance and face recognition technologies foil terrorists in Tomorrow Never Dies
Video DOE.0800001 - Trinity 1945
This silent video shows the preliminary processes of raising the “Gadget” to the top of the tower, the final preparation for detonation, and the blast and ...
Video DOE.0800002 - Project Crossroads
Operation Crossroads was a series of two nuclear tests, ABLE and BAKER, the first tests conducted at the Pacific Proving Ground, near the Bikini Atoll in the ...
Video DOE.0800003 - Operation Sandstone
Explanation of test, produced in collaboration with MGM Studios
Video DOE.0800004 - EG&G in Operation Sandstone
EG&G was (Clive) Edgerton, Germeshausen, and Grier, who provided much of the instrumentation for the tests.
Video DOE.0800005 - U.S. Air Force Participation in Operation Sandstone
On the USAF role in the nuclear test Operation Sandstone
Video DOE.0800008 - Navy's Part in Operation Sandstone
Navy's Part in Operation Sandstone
Video DOE.0800009 - Operation Greenhouse
Each of the four tests in this series were detonated at approximately the 300-foot level on towers on the Enewetak Atoll in the Pacific Proving Grounds.
Video DOE.0800010 - Operation Buster/Jangle
Operation Buster/Jangle was the second series of tests conducted at what was then the Nevada Proving Ground, now the Nevada Test Site.
Video DOE.0800011 - Operation Tumbler/Snapper
Operation Tumbler-Snapper consisted of eight nuclear tests in two phases.
Video DOE.0800012 - Operation Ivy
Detonation of first thermonuclear bomb (MIKE) and the first fission bomb (KING). Enewetak Islands.
Video DOE.0800013 - Operation Castle
Operation Castle was a six-test series conducted at the Pacific Proving Ground in the northwestern Marshall Islands from February 28 to May 13, 1954.
Video DOE.0800014 - Damage & Destruction - DASIAC
A collage of scenes from the first several nuclear weapons testing operations.
Video DOE.0800015 - Operation Upshot-Knothole
This continental operation conducted at the Nevada Test Site consisted of 11 atmospheric tests.
Video DOE.0800016 - Operation Upshot/Knothole...Effects on B-50
This continental operation conducted at the Nevada Test Site consisted of 11 atmospheric tests.
Video DOE.0800017 - Operation Teapot, Military Effects Studies
Operation Teapot consisted of 14 nuclear tests detonated from February 18 to May 15, 1955, at the Nevada Test Site.
Video DOE.0800018 - Operation Wigwam, Commander's Report
The U.S. Navy, envisioning a war in which atomic depth charges would be used, wanted to learn how much of a nuclear blast a well-built submarine could take.
Video DOE.0800019 - Operation Redwing
Operation Redwing, a 17-test nuclear weapons series, was conducted at the Pacific Proving Ground between May 4 and July 21, 1956.
Video DOE.0800020 - Military Effects on Operation Redwing
Complete weapons systems were exposed to blast effects in Redwing, and a fallout computer was successfully used for the first time.
Video DOE.0800021 - Operation Plumbbob
Operation Plumbbob, conducted between May 28 and October 7, 1957, represented the biggest, longest, and most controversial test series in the history of the ...
Video DOE.0800022 - Operation Plumbbob, Military Effects Studies
Operation Plumbbob, conducted between May 28 and October 7, 1957, represented the biggest, longest, and most controversial test series in the history of the ...
Video DOE.0800023 - Operation Hardtack, Military Effects pt 1
35 nuclear tests conducted at the Pacific Proving Ground between April 28 and August 18, 1958 - included balloon, surface, barge, underwater, and rocketborne ...
Video DOE.0800024 - Operation Hardtack, Military Effects Pt.2
35 nuclear tests conducted at the Pacific Proving Ground between April 28 and August 18, 1958 - included balloon, surface, barge, underwater, and rocketborne ...
Video DOE.0800025 - Operation Hardtack, Military Effects Pt.3
35 nuclear tests conducted at the Pacific Proving Ground between April 28 and August 18, 1958 - included balloon, surface, barge, underwater, and rocketborne ...