Friday Nuclear Matinee - Race for Atomic Power

July 10, 2015, 3:51PMANS Nuclear Cafe

Friday Nuclear Matinee

This week's feature is a half hour documentary on the history of the National Reactor Testing Station, or NRTS (now part of Idaho National Laboratory) which has seen 52 different and largely unique reactors constructed on the same, enormous site.  The importance of efforts at NRTS over the years cannot be underestimated.

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