When Oppenheimer tested the atomic bomb, he witnessed new age dawn alongside the toads of Trinity
The night before Robert Oppenheimer successfully tested the first atomic bomb, changing the course of history, a captivating sound could be heard in the distance.
Jeff Rice takes us to the Trinity Range site in New Mexico and explains its significance.
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