Inside the Hanford Nuclear Facility

The Hanford nuclear facility has been largely overlooked in histories of the Manhattan Project and the Cold War. But here, in the desert of eastern Washington State, scientists Glenn Seaborg, Enrico Fermi, and many thousands of others manufactured plutonium for the bomb dropped on Nagasaki, enabling the construction of weapons with the potential to end human civilization.

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