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“When you see something that is technically sweet, you go ahead and do it and you argue about what to do about it only after you have had your technical success. That was the case with the …. . Atomic Bomb J. Robert Oppenheimer
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Manhattan Project J. Robert Oppenheimer Project Trinity Little Boy Fat Man Enola Gay The Atomic Bomb
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Manhattan Project Code name for the atomic program $2-billion effort Received high priority by late 1941 Fear of Germany Atomic power before the US. Hans Bethe and Edward Teller Most prominent physicists Uranium 235 & Plutonium 239
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Facilities Oak Ridge, Tenn. Hanford, Wash. Univ. of Chicago Los Alamos Participants J. Robert Oppenheimer Enrico Fermi Leslie Graves Manhattan Project
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Director Atomic Projects at Los Alamos Sat on Target Committee Compiled List of Prospective Targets Thought Japan Would Not Surrender
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