File:Operation Plumbbob - Doppler.jpg

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English: PLUMBBOB/DOPPLER - 08/23/57 - NEVADA TEST SITE, August 23, 1957 -- The cloud from DOPPLER, the 13th full-scale nuclear detonation of the Summer 1957 test series, is shown as it rose to an altitude of about 36,000 feet.
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