Workers loading uranium slugs into the X-10 Graphite ReactorX-10 Graphic Reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, Oct 1943Alpha Track Calutron at the Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1944-1945Alpha Track Calutron diffusion vacuum pumps at the Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1944-1945
Workers loading uranium slugs into the X-10 Graphite Reactor's concrete face, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, circa 1943X-10 Graphic Reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, Oct 1943Alpha Track Calutron at the Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1944-1945Alpha Track Calutron diffusion vacuum pumps at the Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1944-1945
Control panels and operators for calutrons at the Y-12 Plant in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States; the woman closest to the camera was identified as Gladys OwensK-25 power plant and S-50 plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1940sAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, circa 1945Photographer Ed Westcott working in his lab at Clinton Engineer Works, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1945
Control panels and operators for calutrons at the Y-12 Plant in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States; the woman closest to the camera was identified as Gladys OwensK-25 power plant and S-50 plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1940sAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, circa 1945Photographer Ed Westcott working in his lab at Clinton Engineer Works, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1945
Scene of shift change at the Y-12 uranium enrichment facility in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, circa 1945Workers using a rod to push uranium slugs into the loading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownA man working at the loading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
Scene of shift change at the Y-12 uranium enrichment facility in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, circa 1945Workers using a rod to push uranium slugs into the loading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownA man working at the loading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
Aerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownLoading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
Aerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownAerial view of K-25 uranium enrichment plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownLoading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknown
X-10 graphite reactor console and logbook, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownX-10 graphite reactor console, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownUSS Baya at anchor in Lahaina Roads off Maui, Hawaii, United States, 1968-1971Loading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 27 Jul 2011
X-10 graphite reactor console and logbook, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownX-10 graphite reactor console, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, date unknownUSS Baya at anchor in Lahaina Roads off Maui, Hawaii, United States, 1968-1971Loading face of the X-10 graphite reactor, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 27 Jul 2011
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