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NPEC releases Detailed Analysis on Fueling Tehran's Research Reactor

NPEC releases new technical analysis of how Iran might exploit the October 1, 2009 offer of 19.75 fuel to make a bomb, in a new paper by Gregory Jones: "Fueling Tehran's Research Reactor", which complements his earlier analysis from September 15th which examined how quickly Iran could build up its stockpile with a secret enrichment facility: "Iran's Centrifuge Enrichment Program as a Source Of Fissile Material for Nuclear Weapons".

Oct 11, 2009
AUTHOR: Greg Jones
20090817-Iran_Enrichment_Update (PDF) 173.92 KB
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