Los Alamos National Laboratory Historian Alan Carr/Courtesy photo
July 16 marks the 75th anniversary of the Trinity Test and the dawn of the Atomic Age. Join Los Alamos National Laboratory Historian, Alan Carr, for a virtual talk “Project Trinity: The Myth, The Legend, The Legacy” as part of Los Alamos ScienceFest on Wednesday, July 8, 7-8:30 p.m. MDT.
Discover the stories of selecting and preparing the site, the experiments leading up to the test, its lasting legacy, and why the site was named Trinity. Registration is required. Please register for the talk here.
The talk is brought to you by The Manhattan Project National Historical Park and Los Alamos Creative District.
Los Alamos ScienceFest 20/20: Eyes on The Future, is going virtual this year from July 7-12, with events highlighting topics such as the future of cybersecurity, energy and new camera and drone technologies.
About the Manhattan Project National Historical Park
Formally established in November 2015 via a Memorandum of Agreement between the Department of Energy and the National Park Service to preserve portions of three World War II sites where the United States developed the first atomic weapons, the Park marks the history of the people, science, events, and controversy associated with the creation of the atomic bomb in the top-secret effort known as the Manhattan Project. Under the agreement, the NPS and DOE jointly manage and administer the park.