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ARTE ReportageUSA: National Radio Quiet Zone
At the height of the Cold War in 1957, at a time when the USSR and the USA were locked in ferocious competition, the US federal government created the "National Radio Quiet Zone". This vast area of 33,000 km² in rural Virginia, where radio communication is restricted, is used for scientific research and military intelligence.