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Here is an amazing series of photos showing the craters resulting from the nuclear tests in Nevada.
America's nuclear moonscape:
Along the same lines, an animation showing the timeline of nuclear detonations throughout history.
Nuclear Testing 1945 - 1998
A firsthand account of what it was like to live in Oak Ridge Tennessee when they were building the bomb.
My Nuclear Childhood
In this article, a worker at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station gives his eyewitness account of what happened there on March 11, 2011,