You’ll Marvel At the Largest Man-Made Crater from the Atomic Age in Nevada

Nevada played an important role in the testing of nuclear weapons during the “Atomic Age.” The landscape of the state now bears the scars of that activity, sometimes in spectacular ways.

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The Sedan Crater is located in Nye County and you can only visit via the Department of Energy tours. If you’re interested in a tour, contact the local office in Las Vegas. Would you go visit the Sedan Crater? Share in the comments!