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Nevada Test Site: Quiz


Question 1:
What type is thing is Nevada Test Site?
Live album
Studio Album
Nuclear testing range

Question 2: Subcritical testing, tests not involving the full creation of a ________, continue.
Nuclear weapon designCaliforniumFissileCritical mass

Question 3:
Where does Nevada Test Site come from?
the United States
United States Production: Miami, Florida
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United States and MexicoHeadquarters: Miami, Florida

Question 4:
What is Nevada Test Site's current status?
Active as production unit
Limited active service
Active service with the PRC

Question 5: The ________ area of the Nevada Test Site is scarred with subsidence craters from underground nuclear testing
Operation PlumbbobSedan (nuclear test)Yucca FlatArea 20

Question 6: During the 1950s, the ________ from these tests could be seen for almost 100 mi (160 km) in either direction, including the city of Las Vegas, where the tests became tourist attractions.
Mushroom cloudOperation CrossroadsOxygenChlorine

Question 7: As of 2008, Area 12 was being used by the ________ as a secure training facility.
National Nuclear Security AdministrationOffice of Secure TransportationAlbuquerque, New MexicoUnited States Department of Energy

Question 8: Additionally, the site is the location of the Area 5 Radioactive Waste Management Complex, which sorts and stores low-level radioactive waste that is not ________ and has a half life not longer than 20 years.
CaliforniumPlutoniumUraniumTransuranium element

Question 9: Detonated on July 5, 1957, the "Hood" event of ________ was the largest atmospheric nuclear test to occur on the continent, with a yield of 74 kilotons.
Operation PlumbbobNevada Test SiteTrinity (nuclear test)Operation Argus

Question 10: The Nevada Test Site was the primary testing location of American nuclear devices; 126 tests were conducted elsewhere (many at the Pacific Proving Grounds in the ________).
PalauVanuatuTuvaluMarshall Islands

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