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Nonproliferation Graduate Program interns visit B Reactor at the Hanford Site along the Columbia River in Washington State. B Reactor produced plutonium used in the world's first nuclear explosion in the New Mexico desert and in the bomb dropped on Nagasaki in World War II.

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Document Title: Nonproliferation Graduate Program Students
Category: Education, Nuclear Research and Facilities, Security: Local-National-International
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: Spring 2004
Background: Seventeen graduate students will spend the next year helping the U.S. government prevent the spread of nuclear weapons. The program kicks off this summer as they train for internships in the field of nuclear nonproliferation.
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