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Map of nuclear fallout distribution after a potential nuclear attack on the United States. Looks to be mapping length of fallout after a day or two based on common weather trajectories.

  • Source: Risks and Hazards: A State By State Guide FEMA-196 (September 1990). FEMA publication.

Image credited to FEMA. Originally based on image from, cleaned up a bit. Uploaded by en:User:Fastfission.

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