In the 1990s, PNNL developed the Automated Radioxenon Sampler-Analyzer, or ARSA, which analyzes air samples for radioactive xenon, or radioxenon, that seeps from underground nuclear explosions and could be used to detect nuclear weapons testing.
In the 1990s, PNNL developed the Automated Radioxenon Sampler-Analyzer, or ARSA, which analyzes air samples for radioactive xenon, or radioxenon, that seeps from underground nuclear explosions and could be used to detect nuclear weapons testing. Courtesy PNNL
In the 1990s, PNNL developed the Automated Radioxenon Sampler-Analyzer, or ARSA, which analyzes air samples for radioactive xenon, or radioxenon, that seeps from underground nuclear explosions and could be used to detect nuclear weapons testing. Courtesy PNNL

PNNL in Richland detecting nuclear explosions around the world

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