Nuclear Sites

This collection contains the locations of various sites throughout the world having something to do with nuclear power or nuclear weapons. These original data originated from many different sources, which I have combined into a single, easy to use network link. Includes the following:

  • ICBM Bases/Related Facilities
  • Nuclear Reactor Sites
  • US Nuclear Facilities
  • Nuclear Test Site Locations

If you know of any other data that would be good to add to this collection, please post a comment.

Also, this data was compiled by several different people using many different publicly available sources. The data likely contains errors/omissions and may be out dated. Please visit the various individual web pages listed below to report errors/omissions or to find out how the data was compiled.

Nuclear Sites

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Russian ICBM Bases (EugeneF)
Russian ICBM Bases (krenote)
Russian ICBM Bases (Grimmie)
US ICBM Bases (jrmedford)
US ICBM Base at Malmstrom (deadeyeii)
US Nuclear Weapon Locations
US Nuclear Facilities
US Reactor Sites (PriceCollins)
US Reactor Sites (javaMaster)
US Reactor Sites (jyco)
Nevada Test Range Time Display
Nuclear Test Sites (Calico Jack)
Nuclear Test Sites (Hill)
MIT Global Security Working Group

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4 comments to Nuclear Sites

  • One another good source is MIT Science, Technology and Global Security Working Group KMZ files about Iran, China, North Korea….

    http://web.mit.edu/stgs/nuclearweapons.html

    Greetings from Africa

  • Jeong Chun phuoc

    “Nuclear weapons: No commitment to disarmament”

    Jeong Chun phuoc
    6th April 2010

    The report ‘Govt worked on Strategic Trade Bill for 5 years”(NST-6.4.2010, at pp. 10) raised another crucial issue in international nuclear law and policy which may impact current National Energy Policy in Malaysia.

    Nuclear disarmament has become a bad phrase in recent development in the nuclear marketplace. This is true for the exclusive 2010 Nuclear Club and Israel for that matter.

    When national security is determined and guaranteed by nuclear alternatives, nuclear disarmament no longer becomes a viable option at any negotiating table. The new U.S.-Russian arms control treaty will meet a deplorable failure akin to the misgivings so apparent at the recently concluded COP-15 in Copenhagen.

    The brand new Accord which will replace the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty 1991(START I)(expiring in December) will not start anything concrete within the disarmament school of thoughts in the light of a real incursion by the proposed U.S. missile defense system into the back yard of Russian territory.

    The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons(NNPT) remains a treaty on the environmentally offensive white paper.

    The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons(NNPT)(which came into force on 5 March 1970) is only an publicity stunt instrument designed to limit the proliferation of nuclear-related weapons. However, it does not deal with the specifics pertaining to nuclear R&D and possible nuclear armament for favourable countries in the eyes of the Five ancient nuclear sugar-daddies comprising of the United States of America, Russia, United Kingdom, France and China.

    “Decommissioned” weapons which are either stored in cold storage or partially dismantled and not destroyed will be re-commission. Destroyed weapons will be replaced by un-declared nuclear re-manufacturing.

    The two pillars consisting of nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament is a complete anti-thesis to the 3rd pillar on the peaceful use of nuclear energy because civilian nuclear energy programs can be converted to the development of nuclear weapons.

    Consistent historical evidences have demonstrated a rather dismal if not disappointing chart in the nuclear disarmament performance since 1963 beginning with the Partial Test Ban Treaty (PTBT) 1963.

    The achievement commencing with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) 1968 thereafter, followed by the Interim Agreement on Offensive Arms (SALT I)1972, Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM) 1972, Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT II)1979, Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) 1987, Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START I)1991 and ratified 1994, Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty II (START II) 1993, Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty (SORT or Moscow Treaty) 2002 and culminating in the ‘dead’ Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) 1996 (not yet in force) are prima facie evidence of this total failure.

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is entrusted to ensure compliance with strict provisions under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons(NNPT). To-date, it has taken only actions pursuant to the wishes and fancies of the Big Five nuclear sugar-daddies in direct contradiction to international nuclear audit transparency. In retrospective, Mohamed ElBaradei, the former DG has achieved nothing for the International Atomic Energy Agency which has become an international nuclear mafia club of the highest degree.

    Russia after the miserable dissolution of the Soviet Union is acutely aware that any remnant of world power it possesses must solely remains resolutely in its nuclear firepower. Internal turmoil and simmering armed conflicts with vengeful neighbouring Caucasian region reinforced this nuclear perception.

    The US since the eclipse of the Cold War is still caught in a chilly cold knowing that Russia and all old and new members of the Nuclear Club will never agree to any sort of disarmament initiatives except enhanced nuclear empowerment.

    Unless there is a real paradigm change in international laws concerning the sovereign right of every country to possess nuclear power for national security, the World Environmental Heritage will forever be at the mercy of the double-face Nuclear Clubs, the West Vs the East dichotomy and Machiavellian nuclear advocates. Malaysia must not make historical mistakes in pushing for global nuclear sanity.

    ………………………..
    Jeong Chun phuoc
    Lecturer-in-Law
    and an advocate in Competitive Environmental Intelligence(SEI)
    He can be contacted at Jeongphu@yahoo.com

    Nuclear weapons: No commitment to disarmament
    Nuclear weapons: No commitment to disarmament. 2010/04/15. JEONG CHUN PHUOC, Malacca … Destroyed weapons will be replaced by undeclared nuclear remanufacturing. …
    nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/articles/…/Article/index_html – Cached

    Nuclear weapons: No commitment to disarmament – Worldnews.com
    [Apr 15, 2010] 2010/04/15 JEONG CHUN PHUOC, Malacca letters@nst.com.my THE report “Govt worked on … Nuclear weapons: No commitment to disarmament New Straits/Business Times 2010-04-15 …
    article.wn.com/view/2010/04/15/Nuclear_weapons_No_commitment_to… – 182k – Cached

  • JEONG CHUN PHUOC

    “The Persistent of a Nuclear Age : No real commitment to nuclear disarmament”

    Jeong Chun phuoc
    6th April 2010

    The report ‘Govt worked on Strategic Trade Bill for 5 years”(NST-6.4.2010, at pp. 10) raised another crucial issue in international nuclear law and policy which may impact current National Energy Policy in Malaysia.

    Nuclear disarmament has become a bad phrase in recent development in the nuclear marketplace. This is true for the exclusive 2010 Nuclear Club and Israel for that matter.

    When national security is determined and guaranteed by nuclear alternatives, nuclear disarmament no longer becomes a viable option at any negotiating table. The new U.S.-Russian arms control treaty will meet a deplorable failure akin to the misgivings so apparent at the recently concluded COP-15 in Copenhagen.

    The brand new Accord which will replace the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty 1991(START I)(expiring in December) will not start anything concrete within the disarmament school of thoughts in the light of a real incursion by the proposed U.S. missile defense system into the back yard of Russian territory.

    The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons(NNPT) remains a treaty on the environmentally offensive white paper.

    The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons(NNPT)(which came into force on 5 March 1970) is only an publicity stunt instrument designed to limit the proliferation of nuclear-related weapons. However, it does not deal with the specifics pertaining to nuclear R&D and possible nuclear armament for favourable countries in the eyes of the Five ancient nuclear sugar-daddies comprising of the United States of America, Russia, United Kingdom, France and China.

    “Decommissioned” weapons which are either stored in cold storage or partially dismantled and not destroyed will be re-commission. Destroyed weapons will be replaced by un-declared nuclear re-manufacturing.

    The two pillars consisting of nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament is a complete anti-thesis to the 3rd pillar on the peaceful use of nuclear energy because civilian nuclear energy programs can be converted to the development of nuclear weapons.

    Consistent historical evidences have demonstrated a rather dismal if not disappointing chart in the nuclear disarmament performance since 1963 beginning with the Partial Test Ban Treaty (PTBT) 1963.

    The achievement commencing with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) 1968 thereafter, followed by the Interim Agreement on Offensive Arms (SALT I)1972, Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM) 1972, Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT II)1979, Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) 1987, Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START I)1991 and ratified 1994, Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty II (START II) 1993, Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty (SORT or Moscow Treaty) 2002 and culminating in the ‘dead’ Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) 1996 (not yet in force) are prima facie evidence of this total failure.

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is entrusted to ensure compliance with strict provisions under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons(NNPT). To-date, it has taken only actions pursuant to the wishes and fancies of the Big Five nuclear sugar-daddies in direct contradiction to international nuclear audit transparency. In retrospective, Mohamed ElBaradei, the former DG has achieved nothing for the International Atomic Energy Agency which has become an international nuclear mafia club of the highest degree.

    Russia after the miserable dissolution of the Soviet Union is acutely aware that any remnant of world power it possesses must solely remains resolutely in its nuclear firepower. Internal turmoil and simmering armed conflicts with vengeful neighbouring Caucasian region reinforced this nuclear perception.

    The US since the eclipse of the Cold War is still caught in a chilly cold knowing that Russia and all old and new members of the Nuclear Club will never agree to any sort of disarmament initiatives except enhanced nuclear empowerment.

    Unless there is a real paradigm change in international laws concerning the sovereign right of every country to possess nuclear power for national security, the World Environmental Heritage will forever be at the mercy of the double-face Nuclear Clubs, the West Vs the East dichotomy and Machiavellian nuclear advocates. Malaysia must not make historical mistakes in pushing for global nuclear sanity.

    ………………………..
    Jeong Chun phuoc
    Lecturer-in-Law
    and an advocate in Competitive Environmental Intelligence(SEI)
    He can be contacted at Jeongphu@yahoo.com

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