Visual representation of the *nuclear* colormap. Statistics of the *nuclear* colormap.

The nuclear colormap is a visual representation of the colors commonly associated with nuclear radiation. Keep in mind that this is a misconception, as the Cherenkov radiation coming from a nuclear reactor is usually bright blue, and nuclear/gamma radiation itself is colorless. It covers the lightness range of \([0, 90]\) and uses the color green. Like other colormaps, it is great at representing smooth information.