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Sampling the Derby
This woman drills holes in new derbies and sends the uranium metal shavings to a lab that measures their radioactivity. The metal gives off alpha, beta, and gamma radiation. At the surface of the derby, the radiation levels are 260 millirem/hr of beta and 10 millirem/hr of gamma. The woman wears a flower in her hair because it is the week before Christmas. 

Feed Materials production Center, Fernald, Ohio. December 17, 1985.
Keywords: Fernald Green Salt Plant, Feed Materials Production Center, Fernald, Ohio (FEMP)

Sampling the Derby

This woman drills holes in new derbies and sends the uranium metal shavings to a lab that measures their radioactivity. The metal gives off alpha, beta, and gamma radiation. At the surface of the derby, the radiation levels are 260 millirem/hr of beta and 10 millirem/hr of gamma. The woman wears a flower in her hair because it is the week before Christmas.

Feed Materials production Center, Fernald, Ohio. December 17, 1985.

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Filename:18.jpg
Album name:Rennhack / Fernald (FEMP)
Rating (4 votes):55555
Keywords:Fernald / Green / Salt / Plant, / Feed / Materials / Production / Center, / Fernald, / Ohio / (FEMP)
Date:December 17, 1985
Credits:Robert Del Tredici - At Work in the Fields of the Bomb
Filesize:23 KiB
Date added:Dec 20, 2005
Dimensions:432 x 293 pixels
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