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Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie

Trinity and Beyond is an unsettling yet visually fascinating documentary presenting the history of nuclear weapons development and testing between 1945 until 1963. Narrated by William Shatner and featuring an original score performed by the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, the film reveals unreleased and classified government footage depicting in graphic detail these powerful and awesome weapons. Many scenes were restored with a process created to make the footage usable.

Nukes In Space: The Rainbow Bombs

During the heart of the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union launched and detonated a combined total of over 20 thermo nuclear weapons in the upper atmosphere and near space region of earth.

Almost unknown to the public, much of the information on theses tests has been kept secret for over 35 years until recently, when newly declassified test footage and secret government documents obtained from both countries reveals the inside story of the high altitude testing program of the nuclear superpowers.

Atomic Journeys: Welcome to Ground Zero

Atomic Journeys explores the secret history of the over 900 Atomic and Hydrogen bomb tests detonated throughout the United States in previously unknown locations as diverse as Mississippi, Colorado, New Mexico and Alaska.

Through the use of spectacular, never-before-seen nuclear test footage, "Atomic Journeys" travels to eight of the former testing sites throughout the United States and examines the physical changes to the environment that occurred because of these tests, the history behind each test and what the test sites are like today. Finally, we will visit the Nevada Test Site, known as the most bombed place on earth.

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