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|Open-cut Coal Mine, Victoria, Australia.||10/08/2005||816|
|There is a huge open pit mine that looks like a crater, which is roughly 270tf deep.||08/19/2005||1,432|
|A dragline excavator at the Hull-Rust-Mahoning Mine near Hibbing,MN. This mine is the largest open pit iron mine in the world. The mine is approximately 3 miles long, 2 miles wide, and 535 feet deep.||01/24/2007||1,810|
|This is the worlds largest open-cast coal mine, the long thin face is about 6 x 1/4 miles and the W shaped face is about 3 x 2 miles. To the north you can find GRES-2, a very large Coal burning powerplant and to the east of this mine you can see an incredibly long canal flowing south-east.||08/04/2005||822|
|Mt. Morgan open cut mine Central Queensland Australia||09/05/2005||665|
|'THE CORNISH MINER. The Kapunda Mine. This statue is a monument to the profound, role and contribution of the Cornish miner in the Kapunda and in due course in other mines in South Australia. The Kapunda mine, established in 1844, was the first successful metal mine in Australia and contributed greatly to the economic development of South Australia. Up to its closure in 1878 ore to the value of...||08/29/2009||278|
|Oklo was natural nuclear reactor about 1.8 billion years ago in Gabon, West Africa.|
Thirteen nuclear reactors were discovered along a 200-metre uranium mine bed.
Through a quirk of nature, concentration of U-235 were high enough to permit nuclear fissions to occur.
Scientists think these natural reactors could have functioned intermittently for a million years. The average...
|This is the underground uranium enrichment(yellowcake to fuel and/or weapons) that Iran threatened to remove the IAEA seals from today. For more info see globalsecurity.org.||08/02/2005||1,473|
|The Ekati open pit diamond mine in northern Canada. Zoom in to see the huge trucks and excavators. Visit http://www.mining-technology.com/projects/ekati/ for more information on this mine.||09/25/2006||1,975|
|Kennecott open-pit copper mine west of Salt Lake City, UT. Most productive copper mine in history and is currently 3/4 of a mile deep.||08/04/2005||1,157|
|More info on this huge mining area to be found here:|
|Second in this series.|
Operations of the 5th Ranger infantry Battalion since their arrival in England until D-Day. Includes links to photos and more info on the events and places.
More to come.