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File:Oak Ridge Y-12 Alpha Track.jpg

Description Alpha Track Calutron at the Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee from the Manhattan Project, used for uranium enrichment by electromagnetic separation process. See for additional information.
Date Circa 1944-1945.
Also obtainable from U.S. Department of Energy;
Author Ed Westcott (James Edward Westcott), in official capacity as photographer employed by the US government.

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