Covers the events just after the atomic bomb test (Operation Sandstone) on the Enewetak Atoll (sometimes spelled Eniwetok or Eniewetok) in Marshall Islands. Atomic cloud generated after the atomic explosion moves away from the atoll. Unmanned B-17 planes that have collected valuable traces of the atomic cloud are made to land. Radioactive data is collected from the B-17s by remotely operated forceps. A tank, remotely controlled from a helicopter,digs out sand to collect samples on the Enewetak Atoll. Men dressed in protective clothing search the rubble on the atom blasted island. Valuable data is collected from the island and sent to the laboratories in America for analysis. Scientists perform analysis of the collected data, helping in the further development of atomic energy.
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