Bonab Civilian Nuclear Research Center
Ramsar Civilian Nuclear Research Center
Tehran Nuclear Research Center (2x Overlay)
Natanz Uranium Enrichment Facility (Overlay)
Arak Heavy Water Production Plant
Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant (Overlay)
Esfahan Uranium Conversion Facility and Heavy Water Reactor
Faslane nuclear submarine base is home to the United Kingdom’s strategic nuclear deterrent and the headquarters of the Royal Navy in Scotland.
RNAD Coulport, eight miles from Faslane, is responsible for the storage, processing, maintenance and issue of the Trident Weapon System and the ammunitioning task for all submarine embarked weapons.
Vladivostok is Russia's main naval base in the East and headquarters of the Russian Pacific Fleet.
During the Soviet era, Vladivostok had a complement of at least 65 major surface combat ships, 50 nuclear and 25 non-nuclear submarines.
New Chinese bases, some under the mountains, where new nuclear submarines can dock and be hidden from satellite imagery. There are several tunnels leading into the mountain and huge piers at which to dock warships.
The Soreq Nuclear Research Center is located near Yavne,Israel, west of Beersheb, and shares a security zone with the Palmichim Air Base. The functional equivalent of the US Livermore or Los Alamos national weapons laboratories, it is responsible for nuclear weapons research, design and fabrication.
Located in Malan, Xinjiang Autonomous Region. (between 87.12E/42.14N and 87.52E/42.15N). Location of China's single nuclear weapons test site. Under the Commission of Science, Technology, and Industry for National Defense (COSTIND) with close ties to the China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC). Established on 16 October 1959. Construction began on 1 April 1960. On 21 November 1958, Soviet adv...
Sellafield is operated by British Nuclear Group. It houses the Thorp nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, the Magnox nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, the inactive Calder Hall Magnox nuclear power station (the world's first commercial nuclear power station), and other older nuclear facilities. Formally known as Windscale.
In the former Soviet Union/Russia, 247 nuclear submarines and five nuclear-powered surface ships were built in the period from 1955 to 1996. In addition, a nuclear reactor which can be installed in diesel powered submarines was also built. Nuclear powered naval vessels are in service with the Northern Fleet (2/3) and with the Pacific Fleet (1/3), but have never been assigned to either of the ot...