Carmel Newsreel II-211, September 21, 1956

Atomic Energy Exhibition

1956
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An exhibition on the use of atomic energy for peaceful purposes in Beit Dagan. A display of images of the enormous atomic energy inherent in uranium and the ability to use it for electricity, medicine, and agriculture. Visitors walk around the various displays in the exhibition and look at them. Among the various exhibits are pictures of atomic scientists, rocks containing uranium, uranium salts from Negev rocks, a uranium cube, and radiation-protection clothing. A group of visitors is looking closely at the Van de Graff generator used to accelerate particles. A scientist uses mechanical hands to experiment with radioactive materials. Archive footage of the enormous power of the nuclear bomb, a huge atomic mushroom in the sky, a house completely destroyed by the force of the bomb.
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