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Poster Print: Atomic Bomb Grable Detonates, Genuine, Area 5 - Nevada, 1953 For Sale

Poster Print:  Atomic Bomb Grable Detonates, Genuine, Area 5 - Nevada, 1953

-The Fision AFAP Grable Detonation & Atomic Annie-The true, unadulterated version in a Mid Size Poster Print (the best known view of both detonation and gun) of test shot Grable and the artillery gun that fired it on May 25, 1953, in Area 5 of the Nevada Test Site, during Operation Upshot-Knothole, not to be confused with a fictitious remake photo that's also in circulation.

Grable was an AFAP (Artillery-Fired Atomic Projectile) the first of its kind, and was 54.4 in. long and weighed 803 lb. The gun (dubbed Atomic Annie) weighed 77 metric tons and had a muzzle velocity of 2,060 ft/s., for a nominal range of 20 miles.

Grable, equipped with a time-fuse, detonated at 524 feet altitude within five seconds of its firing after traveling approximately 11,000 yards, and yielded approximately 15kt. Extraordinary.

From the AIS Photo Art Gallery, the poster is a New High Resolution Print on Premium Heavy High Gloss Photo Paper with a 50 year non-fade warranty. It measures approximately 13" x 18", (exact dimensions may vary) and comes with a 1/4 inch white border that's designed to fit under framing material. It's made by one of the most advanced Photo Art Printers in the industry which produces a Premium Quality Poster Print. Please visit our store and look in theAtomic Bomb Detonation Photos Category to see a remarkable assortment of World Class Atomic Related Posters and Prints.

Most of our Posters & Prints are available in 5 different sizes although exact dimensions may vary on certain views due to occasional non-standard aspect ratios:

7” x 5”: $4.99 ******* 8.5" x 11": $8.00--$11.00 ******* 13" x 19": $17.50 ******* 18" x 24": $21.50 ******* 24" x 36": $24.50--$29.50. Please contact us via e-mail to set up any of our prints in any of the above size formats for you in BUY IT NOW.

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All our views are printed to order by one of the most advanced Photo Art Printers in the industry that uses ultra chrome archival ink rated to maintain its original color characteristics for 125 years and beyond.

The detail and definition of the shipped product is usually excellent and much sharper than the low resolution image used here except in the rare exception that it be the clearest known view worldwide in which case it would be sold on the merits of its rarity alone and clearly stated as such.

Our printing process results in an exceptionally vivid, colorful and detailed view suitable for museum or gallery display.

All our 8” x 11” prints are shipped flat with a rigid cardboard stabilizer for durable impact and bend protection while our posters are shipped rolled in a rigid cylindrical tube that’s placed inside a 2nd shipping tube for double impact protection. To date neither has ever failed our shipping delivery system.

We combine shipping on multiple purchases so you only pay one reduced shipping charge regardless of how many items you purchase.

Our standard accepted form of payment is Paypal or Credit Card however you may contact us if you wish to arrange an alternative payment method.

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