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Atomic Energy Commission

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  • It was the predecessor of the DOE, called the Atomic Energy Commission, that in 1969 set off an atomic bomb some 8,400 feet below the surface in Rulison in an effort to free up gas fields trapped in the deep rock formations.

    Glenwood Springs Post Independent - Top Stories

  • It was the predecessor of the DOE, called the Atomic Energy Commission, that in 1969 set off an atomic bomb some 8,400 feet below the surface in Rulison in an effort to free up gas fields trapped in the deep rock formations.

    Glenwood Springs Post Independent - Top Stories

  • Department of Energy (I believe it was still called the Atomic Energy Commission) to work on the characterization of nuclear waste repositories, mainly Yucca Mountain.

    Campanastan

  • In the 1950s, the Army Signal Corps funded research into semiconductors, and weapons labs at the Atomic Energy Commission were the first purchasers of supercomputers, the ancestors of today's desktop PCs.

    Breakthrough

  • The DOE, which was previously known as the Atomic Energy Commission, detonated a 43-kiloton nuclear bomb near Rulison, 12 miles southwest of Rifle, in 1969.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • TOKYO—Japan's efforts to safely dismantle the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex is expected to be fraught with technical challenges and take more than a decade to complete, the government's Atomic Energy Commission said Wednesday.

    Japan Atomic Energy Body Sees Technical Hurdles Ahead

  • It is believed that the information contained in the films should be safeguarded until cleared by the Atomic Energy Commission.

    Greg Mitchell: The Great Hiroshima Cover-up: How the U.S. Hid Shocking Historic Footage for Decades

  • For the most part, though, the early sites were favored if they satisfied the criterion of "remoteness from heavily populated areas," according to the NRC's predecessor, the Atomic Energy Commission.

    AP: Populations around U.S. nuclear plants soar

  • If the name of the town sounds familiar it's probably because it was once the site of the Kerr-McGee nuclear fuel processing facility that became famous thanks to Karen Silkwood, a young technician and union activist there who informed the Atomic Energy Commission about radiation hazards at the plant in the summer of 1974.

    Greg Mitchell: Bradley Manning: From Oklahoma to Baghdad to Prison

  • In Jordan, the government's Atomic Energy Commission said in December that a joint venture between France's Areva and Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. were among the bidders for its new power plant project.

    Japan May Seek Further Cuts in Corporate Tax

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