Multimedia / Slideshow

1 March 2017

The super-fuze picture

A slide show of graphics that relate to a new way of fuzing US nuclear warheads that has greatly increased their lethality against hardened targets.

8 October 2016

Semipalatinsk in pictures

A photo essay about life on and around the former Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site in Kazakhstan

22 September 2016

Art of the nuclear Anthropocene

A new book catalogues the latest artistic and cultural response to atomic science.

19 September 2016

A provisional memorial to nuclear disarmament

David Mabb's artwork, A Provisional Memorial to Nuclear Disarmament, will be on display...

7 August 2016

Six weeks after Nagasaki

An exclusive slide show of photos taken when the first US Navy task force arrived in Nagasaki, Japan, just weeks after the city was levelled by an atomic bomb.

25 February 2016

Facts on life extension

Two graphs explain a lot about why life extension of nuclear power plants can be problematic.

9 September 2015

The Vela event of 1979

Information in a variety of publications over the years strongly supports the premise that a mysterious double flash detected by a US satellite in 1979 was indeed a nuclear test, conducted by...

25 August 2015

Fukushima Daiichi, five years later

On a recent 2015 trip to view the restricted areas in the devastated region around the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, frequent Bulletin contributor Subrata Ghoshroy was able to get a good...

24 July 2015

The troubled Nagasaki bombing mission

The Hiroshima atomic bomb mission was a milk run. But on the Nagasaki mission, everything seemed to go wrong, possibly because the entire schedule was rushed: The...