From left, Freddy Rodriguez and Brian Simmons, process nuclear operators at the Idaho National Laboratory, use master-slave manipulators to work with radioative material on the other side of the glass in 2015.
From left, Freddy Rodriguez and Brian Simmons, process nuclear operators at the Idaho National Laboratory, use master-slave manipulators to work with radioative material on the other side of the glass in 2015. Chad Estes McClatchy
From left, Freddy Rodriguez and Brian Simmons, process nuclear operators at the Idaho National Laboratory, use master-slave manipulators to work with radioative material on the other side of the glass in 2015. Chad Estes McClatchy

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