UNDATED (CNN) -- The Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester, New York revealing shocking new details about Kodak's headquarters.
Kodak Company is best known for its photographic film that captures those "Kodak moments."
But from 1978 to 2006, Kodak was hiding a secret nuclear reactor in its basement.
And that reactor was enriched with uranium...the same stuff used in atomic warheads.
Kodak says the reactor was used for research and testing, to check materials for impurities. The company dismantled the reactor in 2006.