Atomic tourism: Quiz

Question 1: ________, South Pacific, many atomic sites now available by SCUBA
Marshall IslandsMajuroBikini AtollEnewetak Atoll

Question 2: Maralinga, Australia, site used for Operation Buffalo and ________ in the 1950s.
Radioactive wastePlutoniumBritish nuclear tests at MaralingaUranium

Question 3: ________, Nye County, Nevada, Land of a Thousand Nuclear Tests
Pacific Proving GroundsTrinity (nuclear test)Nevada Test SiteOperation Plumbbob

Question 4: ________, Green Valley, Arizona: public underground missile museum
The PentagonTitan Missile MuseumMinuteman Missile National Historic SiteLGM-25C Titan II

Question 5: Atomic Testing Museum, ________
Las Vegas, NevadaReno, NevadaLas Vegas metropolitan areaHenderson, Nevada

Question 6: ________ On October 10, 1957, the graphite core of a British nuclear reactor at Windscale, Cumbria, caught fire, releasing substantial amounts of radioactive contamination into the surrounding area.
Windscale fireSellafieldUraniumPlutonium

Question 7: Nevada Desert Experience, ________, anti-nuclear resistance to Nuclear Testing at the Nevada Test Site
Las Vegas metropolitan areaHenderson, NevadaReno, NevadaLas Vegas, Nevada

Question 8: Tinian Airfield: launch site for the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, ________ during World War II
United KingdomCambodiaJapanCanada

Question 9: ________ Site SF-88L, near San Francisco, California, fully restored Nike missile complex
Anti-ballistic missileMIM-14 Nike-HerculesAir Force Space CommandNike (rocket)

Question 10: Nagasaki Peace Park next to the ________ in the Northern suburbs of Nagasaki, Japan,
Doorway pageCloakingPhishingTarget page name

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