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Tsar Bomba

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The Tsar Bomba Tsar The Tsar bomba Fireball had a radius of 4.6 km Tsar Visible from 1,000 km. Tsar Multiple levels of radiation. Tsar Weighed 58 megatons. Tsar 3,800 times larger than Fat Man (Hiroshima). Tsar Bomba On October 30 1961, a specially modified Tu-95 strategic bomber enveloped in a protective white coating dropped a powerful hydrogen bomb at a testing range on Novaya Zemlya in the Arctic Ocean. The bomb was parachuted from 10,500 meters so that the bomber and a flying laboratory that was collecting data had time – 188 seconds – to leave the area. The bomb detonated at an altitude of 4,200 meters. The unprecedented explosion was expected to measure 51.5 megatons. In reality, its power was estimated at between 57 and 58.6 megatons. Tsar Bomba Tsar bomba The ball of fire had a radius of 4.6 kilometers and was visible from a distance of 1,000 km, despite dense clouds. The mushroom of the explosion rose up to 67 km and had a diameter of 95 km.

For about 40 minutes after the explosion, radio signal distortions were observed hundreds of kilometers from the epicentrum due to ionization of the atmosphere.

The blast wave circled the planet three times. On Dikson Island, some 800 km from the range, the wave blasted out windows, bringing the sound of cannonade with it. Tsar bomba *The initial thermonuclear device, dubbed “Ivan” by scientists, was developed by a group of Soviet physicists headed by academician Igor Kurchatov and Nobel prize-winning Andrey Sakharov in the mid-1950s. Kurchatov died in 1960, but Sakharov lived long enough to see all versions of the future AN602 The Effect The Effects *The last test took place on 12 February 1989

*this resulted in a leakage of large amounts of the radioactive noble gases xenon and krypton,

* from these tests resulted in atmospheric and environmental contamination in Diagnosis of benign and malignant thyroid disease in the east.
patients. . . . The Soviet Union had two nuclear ranges: one near Semipalatinsk in Kazakhstan, and the other on Novaya Zemlya. The latter went into operation in 1954 and continued until October 26, 1991, when President Boris Yeltsin signed a moratorium on nuclear tests. A total of 132 nuclear tests were carried out on this range: 87 in the atmosphere, 42 underground and three underwater. Tsar Bomba THE END http://www.ctbto.org/nuclear-testing/the-effects-of-nuclear-testing/the-soviet-unionsnuclear-testing-programme/ http://rt.com/news/tsar-bomb-thermonuclear-test-111/ Tsar Video http://www.dnatube.com/video/5483/Tsar-Bomba--Largest-Nuclear-Device-Ever-Tested-50MT *The last test took place on 12 February 1989

*this resulted in a leakage of large amounts of the radioactive noble gases xenon and krypton,

* from these tests resulted in atmospheric and environmental contamination in Diagnosis of benign and malignant thyroid disease in the east.

*In Kazakhstan region of the Republic of Kazakhstan thers was a case review of pathological findings for 2525 patients. *In Kazakhstan region of the Republic of Kazakhstan thers was a case review of pathological findings for 2525 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3066329
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