SQ 2016 - Robert Carter
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AbstractNuclear physicist, Robert Carter, tells the tales of his time working on the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos, New Mexico. He also shares his experiences at Washington College, and Purdue University before and after his involvement with the atomic bomb.
DescriptionRobert Carter describes his experiences working on The Manhattan Project -- Los Alamos; he shares his everyday duties along with his personal emotions in regard to the project.
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