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UNITED STATES 1960s: Map Showing Radioactive Fallout
UNITED STATES 1960s: Particles of Radioactive Fallout
UNITED STATES 1960s: Mushroom Cloud and Radioactive Fallout
UNITED STATES: 1950s: Animation of radioactive fallout from a cloud across the ground.
UNITED STATES 1960s: Radioactive Fallout Particles Under a Microscope
1962� Scientist, Dave Garroway, discusses the quick decay of radioactive fallout.
1962� Scientist, Dave Garroway, uses a match and a fluoroscope to discuss the importance of using distance and mass to protect from radioactive fallout.
1962� Scientist, Dave Garroway, discusses the importance of distance, time, and mass in protecting from radioactive fallout, and various supplies are stocked in a fallout shelter.
1962� Scientist, Dave Garroway, throws tinsel in the air to demonstrate how radioactive fallout affects and doesn�t affect certain object.
Experts watch out for the progress of radioactive fallout, and a narrator explains how to tune your radio to find out the latest information in this cartoon from 1959.
A home, basement and community fallout shelter as well as an animation of radioactive decay rates is shown, in 1955.
Debris from the explosion of an atomic weapon become radioactive particles, which are lifted into the mushroom cloud and then descend on air currents, thus creating radioactive fallout.
UNITED STATES 1960s: Map Showing Radioactive Fallout After an Explosion
1962� Scientist, Dave Garroway, uses a US map to demonstrate how a nuclear strike would affect Americans both from the initial blast and radioactive fallout.
UNITED STATES 1960s: Materials Used to Shield People from Radioactive Fallout
1950s: UNITED STATES: Fallout shelter sign. Fire extinguisher on wall. Radioactive cloud over mountains. Fallout particles. Bomb blast and flames.
UNITED STATES: 1950s: Footage of a column of radioactive particles after nuclear explosion. Drawing of radioactive cloud after explosion. Radioactive cloud with 10% and 90% labels. Diagram of radioactive cloud showing delayed fallout.
1962� Scientist, Dave Garroway, discusses the importance of protection oneself from fallout after a radioactive blast.
1962� Scientist, Dave Garroway, discusses various types of shelter to protect from fallout after a radioactive blast.
1962� Scientist, Dave Garroway, discusses the various forms of radiation humans deal with on a daily basis from outer space, thee sun, and x ray machines, and shots of a radioactive blast and fallout.
1960s: UNITED STATES: Local News Release title. Civil Defence Communication. The Right Message title. Pamphlets about radioactive fallout.
1950s: UNITED STATES: cartoon hands hold plate. Radioactive particles flash. Man looks at word fallout on screen. Man covers face
1950s: UNITED STATES: Radioactive particles. Gamma rays given off from dust. Man stands behind wall of fallout shelter.
Radiation emitted from fallout can only be detected by meteorological instruments, and it cannot make objects or living things radioactive.
1950s� Broadcasters broadcast news during a nuclear attack, and researchers use detection equipment to test for radioactive fallout.
Nuclear Fallout in Alpha Channel
1970s: Intertitle "30 Minutes", text "Before Fallout Starts Coming Down" appears. View of North America and atmosphere, text appears "Know the Dangers of Radioactive Fallout", explosion on west coast.
Federal Civil Defense Administrator Val Peterson explains nuclear fallout.
A community fallout shelter filled with supplies and a family walking in a park are shown, in 1955.
UNITED STATES 1960s: Cartoon of a Radioactive Cloud Moving Over a City