|The gaseous diffusion plant U-235 at the Clinton Engineer Works at Oak Ridge, Tenn.
||A view of the Y-12 Electromagnetic Reactor at Oak Ridge, Tenn. Starting in 1943 the complex enriched uranium to be used for the atomic bomb.
||This artist’s conception illustrates the promise of nuclear power in the 1950s. Power plants would be small, mobile, and free of constant refueling, ideal for military use.