Behold the future of atomic energy in a comic book from the dawn of the atomic age.
In my opinion, muddling through will not meet the challenges of the atomic age and space exploration.
It felt as if the end of the atomic age were upon us.
And for all its grand themes, the opera does not offer any new insights into the human condition in the atomic age.
The project, comparable in ambition to ballistic-missile defense, is the first of its kind in the atomic age.
Thank you for the excellent section on the atomic age.
They tied a string to a ferret and got an atomic age pipe cleaner.
Utahns quickly entered both the rocket race and the atomic age.
In the atomic age, total annihilation of the human race haunted the imagination of scientists and writers alike.
The setting has been updated to the dawn of the atomic age.
British Dictionary definitions for atomic age
the atomic age, the current historical period, initiated by the development of the first atomic bomb towards the end of World War II and now marked by a balance of power between nations possessing the hydrogen bomb and the use of nuclear power as a source of energy