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File:Trinity explosion (colour).jpg

English: Rare colour photograph of the first nuclear test at Trinity site, July 16, 1945. Blurriness is in the original photograph (done when colour photography was still fairly new).
This image is available from the National Nuclear Security Administration Nevada Site Office Photo Library under number XX-18.

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Author Federal Government of the United States

Camera location

33° 40′ 39.24″ N, 106° 28′ 31.96″ W

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