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Joe-1 Atomic Bomb Simulator on Display in Moscow

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The Joe-1 atomic bomb control panel simulator is available on display at Moscow’s largest expo center VDNKH. The control panel simulator is part of a larger exhibition of the Moscow Polytechnic Museum.

The Joe-1 atomic bomb control panel simulator is available on display at Moscow’s largest expo center VDNKH. The control panel simulator is part of a larger exhibition of the Moscow Polytechnic Museum.

© RIA Novosti . Maxim Blinov / Go to the photo bankThe interactive controller, imitating the first detonation of a Soviet atomic bomb was opened last Saturday within the exhibition 'Russia makes it itself'. The exhibition takes place at the largest exhibition centre in Moscow called 'VDNKH'. 65 years ago, on August 29, 1949 the Soviet Union exploded its first atomic bomb in Kazakhstan.
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The interactive controller, imitating the first detonation of a Soviet atomic bomb was opened last Saturday within the exhibition 'Russia makes it itself'. The exhibition takes place at the largest exhibition centre in Moscow called 'VDNKH'. 65 years ago, on August 29, 1949 the Soviet Union exploded its first atomic bomb in Kazakhstan.
© RIA Novosti . Maxim Blinov / Go to the photo bankThe controller was presented by Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation and placed in one of the pavilions of 'VDNKH'.
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The controller was presented by Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation and placed in one of the pavilions of 'VDNKH'.
© RIA Novosti . Maxim Blinov / Go to the photo bankArkady Brish, a renowned Russian nuclear weapons engineer, visited the exhibition and presented some of the objects. He is authoritative and well-known among the nuclear engineers of China, US, France and Great Britain.
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Arkady Brish, a renowned Russian nuclear weapons engineer, visited the exhibition and presented some of the objects. He is authoritative and well-known among the nuclear engineers of China, US, France and Great Britain.
© RIA Novosti . Maxim Blinov / Go to the photo bankA visitor takes a photo of the exhibiton. At the exhibition, anyone can play the role of the Soviet nuclear physicist.
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A visitor takes a photo of the exhibiton. At the exhibition, anyone can play the role of the Soviet nuclear physicist.
© RIA Novosti . Maxim Blinov / Go to the photo bankArkady Brish, one of the creators of the Soviet atomic bomb, tells visitors the history of nuclear weapons in the Soviet Union. The explosion in 1949 took the world by surprise, because the Soviet nuclear program had been kept in secret for nearly 10 years. 'I felt personal responsibility for the results of my work', he said.
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Arkady Brish, one of the creators of the Soviet atomic bomb, tells visitors the history of nuclear weapons in the Soviet Union. The explosion in 1949 took the world by surprise, because the Soviet nuclear program had been kept in secret for nearly 10 years. 'I felt personal responsibility for the results of my work', he said.
© RIA Novosti . Maxim Blinov / Go to the photo bankVisitors examine the new multimedia installation created by Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation. It includes unique archive photos, documents and video.
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Visitors examine the new multimedia installation created by Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation. It includes unique archive photos, documents and video.
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