How Did Kodak Detect the World’s First Nuclear Bomb?


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How Did Kodak Detect the World’s First Nuclear Bomb?

In 1945, the U.S. government’s Manhattan Project detonated the world’s first nuclear explosion. This test was highly confidential and remained so for several years, and yet, Kodak figured out what happened long before the truth became public knowledge.

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