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English: White Sands, New Mexico. Aerial view of the aftermath of the Trinity test, 28 hours after the explosion. The smaller crater to the southeast is from the earlier detonation of 100 tons of TNT on May 7, 1945. To the left of the crater can be seen the "Jumbo" container, unharmed, and its collapsed tower (a vertical line).
Date 2011-01-27 04:34 (UTC)
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