Nuclear stress test: Charter speed test gets good test results

A nuclear stress testing site near Alamogordo, New Mexico, on Tuesday produced good results in tests of the Charter speed and connection tests, according to a report from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).

The NRC’s test results for the speed test and connection test were positive.

The speed test results were also good, according the NRC report.

The Charter speed tests were the first of their kind in the United States and have been performed to assess the ability of the new technology to perform on a commercial scale.

The tests are meant to give a better idea of the speed of the nuclear fuel cycle and the reliability of nuclear fuel.

The tests were conducted by a team of four workers from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and two from the National Nuclear Security Administration.

They were at the Alamogorgoron site near Albuquerque, New Mexican, about 90 miles east of the state capital, Albuquerque.

Nuclear tests have been a source of controversy for years, with critics arguing that the tests were not independent of a company or a nation’s political leaders, or were conducted for political or economic reasons.

Some experts have suggested that the testing could be politically motivated.

The NRC has said that it has conducted about 10,000 speed tests, about 1 percent of all nuclear tests conducted worldwide.

The Nrc also has conducted a number of tests on commercial uranium enrichment equipment.