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VIDEO: Wielding The Atom

During the 1960s, the United States government experimented with the practical application of nuclear power, selecting Baltimore Harbor Light to host SNAP 7B, a radioisotope thermoelectric generator.

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You can see more of Baltimore Harbor Light in Soundings’ November 2017 issue. 

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