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ROCK SAMPLES TESTED FOR OIL THROUGH USE OF ATOMIC ENERGY - 1950S    Clip ID: 50519
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Date: 1950s
Color: Yes
Audio: No
Description: Montage of atomic energy used to identify minerals in rock samples that may indicate where crude oil is includes a great pan from a red and white fifties Mobil truck with the Pegasus logo to a white building with a yellow radiation warning sign, rock samples being loaded into an atom smasher (particle accelerator) and the machine activated.
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