• September 17, 2021

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White Sands Missile Range set to reopen Trinity Site to

White Sands Missile Range will open Trinity Site to the public after a brief pause in activities due to COVID-19 on October 2. Trinity Site is where the world’s first atomic bomb was tested at 5:29:45 a.m. Mountain War Time July 16, 1945. The open house is free and no reservations are required. At the […]Read More

Trinity Site Open House set for October

White Sands Missile Range will open Trinity Site to the public after a brief pause in activities due to COVID-19 on October 2. Trinity Site is where the world’s first atomic bomb was tested at 5:29:45 a.m. Mountain War Time July 16, 1945. The open house is free and no reservations are required. At the […]Read More

Reservations now open for October Trinity Site Tour

Reservations for the October Trinity Site motor coach tour, hosted by the New Mexico Museum of Space History and International Space Hall of Fame Foundation, are now being taken through the museum’s website. “As always, the safety of our visitors and staff are our highest priority.  If the Missile Range approves the October Trinity Site […]Read More

Motor Coach tour set for 75th Anniversary of Trinity Site

July 16, 2020 marks the 75th Anniversary of an event that was destined to change the course of world history. On that day in 1945, the United States secretly detonated the first atomic bomb at Trinity Site in New Mexico. World War II came to an end just months later during a 20 minute ceremony on […]Read More

Motor Coach Tour to Trinity Site Set for October 7

On July 16, 1945, a tremendous explosion in the New Mexico desert marked the beginning of the end of World War II. The world’s first atomic bomb was detonated on that day at Trinity Site, on the north end of what is now White Sands Missile Range. The New Mexico Museum of Space History hosts […]Read More

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