The vertical safety rods and the cables that support them at the top of the atomic pile of a reactor at the Manhattan Project Hanford site. The four silvered-colored drums in the background contained boron solution, part of an emergency shutdown system should the rods be blocked by an earthquake. February 1945. | Stock Photo #4048-7052

Stock Photo #4048-7052, The vertical safety rods and the cables that support them at the top of the atomic pile of a reactor at the Manhattan Project Hanford site. The four silvered-colored drums in the background contained boron solution, part of an emergency shutdown system should the rods be blocked by an earthquake. February 1945.

Stock Photo - The vertical safety rods and the cables that support them at the top of the atomic pile of a reactor at the Manhattan Project Hanford site. The four silvered-colored drums in the background contained boron solution, part of an emergency shutdown system should the rods be blocked by an earthquake. February 1945.
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