INL's Experimental Breeder Reactor No. 1

Idaho National Laboratory - Experimental Breeder Reactor (EBR-I)

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

December 1951 the world's first (experimental) nuclear power plant, opens.

Experimental Breeder Reactor-I, Arco, Idaho, USA | Atlas Obscura: For better or worse nuclear power plants can be found the world over, but they all got their start from Idaho's Experimental Breeder Reactor No. 1 (EBR-I), the world's very first atomic power plant, which is now a nuclear museum where anyone can simply waltz in and see the inner workings of splitting atoms.

Experimental Breeder Reactor-I

Discover Experimental Breeder Reactor-I in Butte County, Idah: The world's first nuclear power plant is open to visitors looking to role-play a meltdown.

Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor

the world's first (experimental) nuclear power plant, opens.

Experimental Breeder Reactor I (EBR-I) is a decommissioned research reactor located in the desert about 18 miles southeast of Arco, Idaho. At 1:50 pm on December 20, 1951, it became the world's first electricity-generating nuclear power plant when it produced sufficient electricity to illuminate four 200-watt light bulbs. It subsequently generated sufficient electricity to power its building, and continued to be used for experimental purposes until it was decommissioned in 1964.

Experimental Breeder Reactor I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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