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Idaho Falls, Idaho: First Light Bulb Lit by Atomic Power

Museum collection of much more, but we'd like to see their first light bulb lit by a nuclear reactor fueled with plutonium.

Museum of Idaho

Address:
200 N. Eastern Ave., Idaho Falls, ID
Directions:
Museum of Idaho. Corner of Eastern Ave. and Elm St.
Hours:
M-Tu 9-8, W-Sa 9-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
208-522-1400
Admission:
Adults $9
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Light bulbs.

First Light Bulb Lit by Atomic Power

On display at the Museum of Idaho are light bulbs from 1963, the first to be lit by a nuclear reactor fueled with plutonium.

[Jeff B, 06/12/2024]

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