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Project Blue Book: UK Nuclear Tests and Secret Projects in Australia's Past

In 1952, on the Montebello Islands, the United Kingdom detonated a bomb. The detonation of the Blue Danube atomic bomb was the start of the Blue Code projects. These led the way for Britain to develop thermonuclear weapons. In these lectures, we hope to provide a broader understanding of Australia’s nuclear footprint so we offer you an opportunity to become a nuclear ‘indoctrinee’ and learn how these bombs were made and detonated. We’ll take you step by step through the effects of a one-megaton thermonuclear bomb detonation on Adelaide and explore how nuclear weaponry is changing for future generations. Bookings required by phone or email.

Presented by National Military Vehicle Museum

When

Sun 2, 16 & 30 May, 10am-4pm

Where

National Military Vehicle Museum, 10 Sturton Rd, Edinburgh

Price

Per Person: $20
Concession: $15
Cost includes morning tea and lunch

Contact

Jeff Pinney, 0401 454 515, militaryvehiclemuseumpro@outlook.com

Info

Bookings Essential Wheelchair Access Toilets

Bookings required by phone or email
Free parking available on site

Event capacity: 30

Connect

http://www.military-vehicle-museum.org.au

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