National Atomic Testing Museum

The National Atomic Testing Museum -- one of a handful of national museums -- is the most logical place to house an exhibit
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While the café was transforming into a bar, a nuclear testing site was being built by the U.S. Army a mere 50 miles away. In this age of innocence it quickly became vogue to grab an "Atomic Cocktail" and climb a ladder to the café's roof to watch for mushroom clouds on the horizon.
The event, held at the Smithsonian-affiliated National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, featured Friend, seen below, three
Watch this 1958 program of reporter Mike Wallace interviewing Marine Maj. Donald Keyhoe about UFOs. (Story continues below
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Another astronomer, James McGaha, said he agrees with Rees' contention that UFO reports should be dismissed. "No serious
The secrets haven't yet been revealed, but the players involved certainly present the potential for something intriguing
Alexander points out to the three government officials that occasionally "some level of secrecy has been invoked on U.S. military
The overall Smithsonian mission includes "shaping the future by preserving our heritage, discovering new knowledge, and sharing
Because of his key role in putting the secret facility on the map, exhibitors asked Knapp to be involved. To that end, a