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Testing Nuclear Weapons in Nevada and Kazakhstan
Testing Nuclear Weapons in Nevada and Kazakhstan

AIR DATE: August 9, 2012

The National Atomic Testing Museum has just completed an exchange between participants and historians who have studied the testing of nuclear weapons on both sides of the Cold War. Nevada was the United States' test site and Kazakhstan was the test site for the Soviet Union. There will be an international Web cast on Wednesday evening from the museum on Flamingo Road. We talk with two of the participants.

Webcast links for tonight's MCCA Final Symposium at 6:30pm: 

or please visit the National Atomic Testing Museum's website at  -  click on 'watch the live stream'.

You can always comment via Twitter (@atomictstmuseum) or Facebook (Atomic Testing Museum)

Allan Palmer, Executive Director, National Atomic Testing Museum
Andy Kirk, Professor of History, UNLV


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