After looking half the night – I finally starting searching “shot” names – about the same time I thought maybe “Teapot” was it I searched and found it -sit back and enjoy the info overload . . .
Colorized video clip . . .
I fixed the links – they all open in separate windows . . .
Operation Teapot was a series of fourteen nuclear test explosions conducted at the Nevada Test Site in the first half of 1955. It was preceded by Operation Castle, and followed by Operation Wigwam. Wigwam was, administratively, a part of Teapot, but it is usually treated as a class of its own. The aims of the operation were to establish military tactics for ground forces on a nuclear battlefield and to improve the nuclear weapons used for strategic delivery.
And a few still pics . . .
Tower and cab – the guy wires and tower become the “plasma spikes” . . .
The cab vanishing . . .
The tower and the guy wires becoming “plasma spikes” . . .
A view of the smoke rocket trails . . .
You can see the tower and cab through the window – the light is a reflection from inside lighting for photographic purposes . . .
Fun Times . . . like a bunch of kids running around playing with firecrackers – REALLY BIG firecrackers – LOL!
Have Fun! – Run the Gun! – and remember – Fish Heads are Cheap!!