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National Test Exercise - Operation Ivy

Title from accompanying material. Text from item: An aerial view of a portion of Eniwetok Atoll after the "MIKE" detonation. The test island - Elugelab - is completely gone. The arrow points to the water-filled crater roughly a mile in diameter. The crater sloped down to a maximum depth of 175 feet - equivalent to the height of a 17-story build... Marshall Islands, Marshall Islands
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