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The People's Republic of China detonates its first successful atomic bomb on 16 October 1964. https://t.co/hX5Ymmy1rC

The People's Republic of China detonates its first successful atomic bomb on 16 October joining the United States, the Soviet Union, Great Britain and France in the "A-bomb club"

The horrifying power of modern atomic bombs. via fastco.

Ingeniously Charting The Horrifying Power Of Today’s Nuclear Bombs

Duck and cover and don't look at the blast -School nuclear bomb drill during the Cold War.

this was a routine drill in school. Duck and cover and don't look at the blast -School nuclear bomb drill during the Cold War. We had to get under our desks. Like when the bomb would be dropped, our little wooden desks were going to protect us.

In 1946, the US detonated two nuclear bombs in Bikini Atoll to test the effects of nuclear bombs on naval warships. The second bomb that exploded was named Baker, and it was the first nuclear bomb to detonate underwater. Recently, these rare photographs of the explosion have surfaced, giving valuable insight into the destructive properties [...]

Remarkable photos of the world's first underwater nuclear explosion

Photo of underwater nuclear explosion taken during a series of nuclear weapon tests titled Operation Crossroads by the US at Bikini Atoll.

Why Did the United States Bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki?August 6, 1945

The Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

On August the United States dropped the atomic bomb known as Little Boy on Hiroshima, Japan. Three days later, they dropped another atomic bomb, this time on Nagasaki.

Operation Castle Romeo | first test of the TX-17 thermonuclear weapon (initially the "emergency capability" EC-17), the first deployed U.S. thermonuclear bomb. The so-called "runt" device was a weaponized "dry" fusion bomb, using lithium deuteride fuel for the fusion stage of a "staged" fusion bomb, unlike the cryogenic liquid deuterium of the first-generation Ivy Mike fusion device. March 27, 1954

Operation Castle - Romeo Event The Romeo Event was part of Operation Castle. Romeo was detonated from a barge near Bikini atoll on March Photo courtesy of National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada Site Office

Hiroshima after the nuclear bomb named "Little boy" on the B-29 "Enola Gay" the 6 August 1945. Shortly after 8 am 15, the Little Boy bomb out of the cargo hold at an altitude of 9450 m. At 8 h 16 min 2 sec after about 43 seconds of free fall, enabled by the altitude sensors and radars, it exploded 580 meters vertically above the Shima Hospital in the heart of the metropolitan area, about 300 m southeast of the initially targeted bridge, releasing energy equivalent to about 15,000 tons of…

drops an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, killing an estimated people in the first use of a nuclear weapon during warfare.

Literaly the first photobomb in history.--Me: It's just a palm tree on fire.

10 Worst Tourist Photos

The good people at Awkward Family Photos have now gathered together a hilarious new collection that shows the family vacation at its very best.

The first nuclear bomb was tested at the Nevada Test Site on January 27, 1951. The nuke shot was called ‘Able’ and it was the first air-dropped nuclear device to be exploded on American soil.

The first nuclear bomb was tested at the Nevada Test Site on January The nuke shot was called ‘Able’ and it was the first air-dropped nuclear device to be exploded on American soil.

The untold story of Kim Jong Nam's assassination by North Korea - USA TODAY  USA TODAY  The untold story of Kim Jong Nam's assassination by North KoreaUSA TODAYWhen Kim Jong Nam was killed in what appeared to be a chemical weapons attack while transiting through an airport in Malaysia in February it captured the world's attention. Eyes immediately looked toward his reclusive homeland and his younger...North Korea preparing long-range missile test - RIA cites Russian lawmakerThe first…

The untold story of Kim Jong Nam's assassination by North Korea - USA TODAY USA TODAY The untold story of Kim Jong Nam's assassination by North KoreaUSA TODAYWhen Kim Jong Nam was killed in what appeared to be a chemical weapons attack while transiting through an airport in Malaysia in February it captured the world's attention. Eyes immediately looked toward his reclusive homeland and his younger...North Korea preparing long-range missile test - RIA cites Russian lawmakerThe first…

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