The Atomic Museum is launching a brand-new exhibit titled “SPY”. It’s a partnership with the National Security Agency’s (NSA) National Cryptologic Museum. So, yeah, that’s a thing. “SPY” is gonna spotlight telemetry intelligence, which they used to get info on missiles and space vehicles being tested by foreign governments. You’ll get to see stuff that American intelligence used to monitor Soviet activities during the Cold War, and they’re showcasing the Enigma Machine, a cipher device used by the Germans to encode strategic messages before and during World War II.
Get the full story from Gonzo and Joe Kent of the Atomic Museum in The Vegas Update: