Museum of Atomic Energy Neutron Irradiated Dime
But, that doesn't matter much to me. I liked the looks of it and it just screams 'atomic age' from the looks of it, doesn't it? I've stuck it into my stashbox for now and figure that's a fine place to keep it for the next few decades.
Turns out, this is from Oak Ridge, Tennessee. At least, I *think* it is, even though the name of the museum is different on the coin I have. More about the place:
The American Museum of Science & Energy is today’s No. 1 Oak Ridge, TN tourist destination. But from 1941 to 1949 Oak Ridge was a town that did not exist. It was one of the top secret facilities for creating the “Manhattan Project” atom bomb used on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This was the site of a working nuclear reactor for producing fissionable isotopes of uranium.