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The effects could well be called unprecedented, magnificent, beautiful, stupendous and terrifying. No man-made phenomenon of such tremendous power had ever occurred before.
General Thomas Farrell, Deputy to Gen. Leslie Groves
I am become Death, the Destroyer of Worlds.
Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, Director of Los Alamos
Now we are all sons-of-bitches.
Dr. Kenneth Bainbridge, Director of Trinity Test
Trinity Explosion in real time. (160 x 120 QuickTime MOV, 1.4 MB).
This was filmed by Berlyn Brixner from the North Shelter at a distance of 10,000 yards.
Trinity Fireball in high-speed close-up. (160 x 120 QuickTime MOV, 880 KB).
This is a 30 frame-per-second capture of the film shot from 10,000 yd. Step through it
as single frames to see the development of the fireball until it begins to lift of the
The photos presented here are provided through the courtesy of the U.S. Army White Sands Missile Range Public Affairs Office and the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Detailed Map of
Trinity Site in 1945 (132K)
from Manhattan: The Army and the Atomic Bomb, by Vincent Jones.
Base Camp, 10 miles from Ground Zero (206K)
Unloading Jumbo to contain a "misfire" (187K)
where the plutonium core was assembled
Lifting the Gadget into the 100-foot tower (228K)
The Gadget and Norris Bradbury in the tower (222K)
Atomic Blast at 10 sec. (147K)
Crater at Ground Zero in September, 1945 (203K)
White Sands Missile Range Logo (5K)
Manhattan Project participants (4K).
The Los Alamos student association is selling Manhattan Project patch T-shirts and have some historical info about the patch at: http://www.hr.lanl.gov/Students/sa/social/stuff.html
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Gregory Walker (email@example.com), Creator of
Trinity Atomic Web Site
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Last updated: April 2, 2000.