Please don't be upset, this is not another one of those incomprehensible European art movements.
Instead it's a beauty pageant for female employees in the nuclear power sector.
The contest, open to the women working in the nuclear power sector across the former Soviet Union, is being held for the fourth year in succession and has seen the number of applicants treble since its inception in 2004.
The Miss Atom-2007, organized by the owners of the website www.nuclear.ru, requires competitors to be aged 18-35, and under employment in the nuclear sector in any of the former Soviet states. Students of nuclear science at the Rosenergoatom University, which runs Russia's nuclear power stations, are also eligible to participate in the pageant.
The applicants have until February the 20th to rush in their CV and photographs to the site.
Online voting will decide the winner and all the winners will be later awarded at a ceremony held at Russia's atomic energy agency, Rosatom, in Moscow.
"There are a lot of beautiful women in the Russian nuclear sector," says the organizer of the pageant Ilya Platonov.
Should be one explosive contest. We'll keep you posted on which radiant beauty took the crown.