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Workers load uranium slugs into the X-10 Graphite Reactor’s concrete face. Built as part of the Manhattan Project, X10 was the first-ever production reactor, and acted as a proof of concept for the reactors that would produce materials for the first nuclear bombs, 1943. (Ed Westcott/American Museum of Science and Energy)

collectivehistory:

Workers load uranium slugs into the X-10 Graphite Reactor’s concrete face. Built as part of the Manhattan Project, X10 was the first-ever production reactor, and acted as a proof of concept for the reactors that would produce materials for the first nuclear bombs, 1943. (Ed Westcott/American Museum of Science and Energy)

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