Atomic Archive: Enhanced Edition combines photographs, restored film footage, and historical documents with over ten years of research to tell one of the most intriguing stories of the twentieth century.
It contains over thirty minutes of video and more than 400 photographs from government archives, an extensive text written for this CD-ROM, and interactive maps and timeline of the nuclear age.
This collection contains; Trinity and Beyond - The Atomic Bomb Movie, Nukes in Space - Rainbow Bombs, Atomic Journeys - Welcome to Ground Zero.
Trinity and Beyond is an unsettling yet visually fascinating documentary presenting the history of nuclear weapons development and testing between 1945 until 1963.
The Day After Trinity is a haunting journey through the dawn of the nuclear age, an incisive history of humanity's most dubious achievement and the man behind it--J. Robert Oppenheimer, the principal architect of the atomic bomb.
Atomic Cafe is a brilliant compilation of archival film clips. The footage, much of it produced as government propaganda, follows the story of the bomb through the two atomic attacks on Japan that ended World War II to the bomb's central role in the cold war.
Copenhagen, Tony Award-winning drama was inspired by the 1941 meeting between Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. Why did Heisenberg really go to Denmark, what did the two men discuss, and what happened during this pivotal meeting which became a defining moment of the modern nuclear age?
Using spectacular special effects, newly uncovered and recently declassified footage,explores the accidents, incidents and exercises in the secret world of nuclear weapons.
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.
During the heart of the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union launched and detonated a combined total of over 20 thermonuclear weapons in the upper atmosphere and near space region of earth.
The Atomic Filmmakers combines interviews with members of this top secret film studio who photographed much of the original footage used in "Trinity and Beyond," combined with newly declassified footage of atomic tests.