This is the biggest underground storage for nuclear weapons in the world. More than 3,000 warheads are stored there. If you zoom in, you can see many gates which lead to the storage complex in the mountain range. And you can also see that the complete area is fenced around several times on a broad stripe.
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...
Ikonos Imagery of Dimona
Negev Nuclear Research Center
Kirya le-Mehekar Gariny (KAMAG)
On 07 July 2004 Muhammad el-Baradei, the head of the United Nations' atomic energy watchdog, met with Israeli energy officials to discuss ways of ridding the Middle East of nuclear weapons. He said he was ready to discuss Israel's concerns about Iran's nuclear ambitions. E...
Ever wanted to see what the creater of a 81 Kt nuclear bomb detonation looks like. This is the crater from Operation Greenhouse. The USA nuclear test program in 1951 on the Enewetak Atol, Pacific Ocean.
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
This is what is believed to be a site near Qom, Iran, for developing nuclear bombs and/or other weapons, as mentioned during the G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh. Here is the link for the related news article:
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.