The test was weapons effects related and the yield was 8 kilotons. The Hardtack Umbrella event was a Los Alamos and Dept of Defense nuclear weapons explosion shallow depth underwater shot (150 ft.), June 8, 1958, at Enewetak.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_testing_at_Bikini_Atoll The nuclear testing at Bikini Atoll program was a series of 23 nuclear devices detonated by the United States between 1946 and 1958 at seven test sites on the reef itself, on the sea, in the air and underwater. The test weapons produced a combined fission yield of 42.2 Mt of explosive power. The testing began with the Operation Crossroads series in July 1946. The Baker test's radioactive contamination of all the target ships was the first case of immediate, concentrated radioactive fallout from a nuclear explosion. Chemist Glenn T. Seaborg, the longest-serving chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, called Baker "the world's first nuclear disaster." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Crossroads Operation Crossroads was a pair of nuclear weapon tests conducted by the United States at Bikini Atoll in mid-1946. They were the first nuclear weapon tests since Trinity in July 1945, and the first detonations of nuclear devices since the atomic bombing of Nagasaki on August 9, 1945. The purpose of the tests was to investigate the effect of nuclear weapons on warships. The Crossroads tests were the first of many nuclear tests held in the Marshall Islands, and the first to be publicly announced beforehand and observed by an invited audience, including a large press corps. They were conducted by Joint Army/Navy Task Force One, headed by Vice Admiral William H. P. Blandy, rather than by the Manhattan Project, which had developed nuclear weapons during World War II. A fleet of 95 target ships was assembled in Bikini Lagoon and hit with two detonations of Fat Man plutonium implosion-type nuclear weapons of the kind dropped on Nagasaki, each with a yield of 23 kilotons of TNT (96 TJ). The first test was Able. The bomb, named Gilda after Rita Hayworth's character in the 1946 eponymous film, was dropped from the B-29 Superfortress Dave's Dream of the 509th Bombardment Group on July 1, 1946, and detonated 520 feet (158 m) above the target fleet. It caused less than the expected amount of ship damage because it missed its aim point by 2,130 feet (649 m). The second test was Baker. The bomb, known as Helen of Bikini, was detonated 90 feet (27 m) underwater on July 25, 1946. Radioactive sea spray caused extensive contamination. A third deep water test, Charlie, planned for 1947, was canceled primarily because of the United States Navy's inability to decontaminate the target ships after the Baker test. Ultimately, only nine target ships were able to be scrapped rather than scuttled. Charlie was rescheduled as Operation Wigwam, a deep water shot conducted in 1955 off the California coast. Bikini's native residents agreed to evacuate the island, with most moving to the Rongerik Atoll. Later, in the 1950s, a series of large thermonuclear tests rendered Bikini unfit for subsistence farming and fishing. Chemist Glenn T. Seaborg, the longest-serving chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, called Baker "the world's first nuclear disaster." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_B-29_Superfortress http://www.atomicheritage.org/history/operation-crossroads
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This footage is from operation Hardtack and this explosion is from an 8-kiloton nuclear bomb named Umbrella. Here's a link to a picture where you can see all of the water splash:? http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fe/Hardtack_Umbrella_nuke.jpg
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Wahoo and Umbrella were code names for two underwater tests conducted in 1958. Wahoo was conducted on May 16, 1958 and Umbrella was conducted on June 8, 1958. Pat Bradley, the cameraman who photographed these events recounts his first hand experience of seeing these tests and being on the island as the tests took place. See this sequence and more in the new HD version of Atomic Filmmakers - Hollywood's Top Secret Film Studio available for viewing on the GoDigital channel on Youtube. http://www.youtube.com/movie?v=uyFAEh5T1CM&feature=mv_sr
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The first hydrogen bomb was tested in 1952, delivering a blast many times more powerful than any weapon used in World War II. This sparked a worldwide arms race to develop the most deadly weapons known to man. Check out the most awe-inducing explosions ever seen on this planet! Read more on Sploid: http://sploid.gizmodo.com/the-most-spectacular-and-destructive-atomic-bombs-in-hi-1578851378
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The Atomic Cannon, at 280 mm, was the largest nuclear capable mobile artillery piece manufactured by the United States. On May 25, 1953, a 280 mm cannon fired an atomic projectile a distance of 7 miles at the Nevada Test Site. Twenty 280 mm cannons were manufactured. None were used in battle. (Sound effects Added.)
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Please like my video, it only takes a second. Visit my youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/ricsil2037 and subscribe. Color footage of atomic bomb tests with active duty military personnel at Camp Desert Rock, Nevada Test Site, Nevada. Shows soldiers in foxholes as nuclear detonation occurs nearby; light and shockwaves; blowing dust; soldiers climbing out of foxholes and running towards mushroom cloud. Some of this footage is familiar by virtue of having been seen in the film Atomic Cafe. Many soldiers who were present were exposed to high levels of radiation. DISCLAIMER: This video is part of the Prelinger Archives with the Creative Commons Public Domain Mark 1.0 license. This video is in the Public Domain.
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The strongest hydrogen bomb tests - impressive nuke compilation. Test in video - Operation Ivy - Ivy Mike, Ivy King Operation Castle - Castle Bravo, Castle Romeo, Castle Yankee, Operation Hardtack I - Oak, Umbrella, Operation Dominick Do not forget to visit and subscribe our second channel about TOP Things :-) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIU8lHlFQmEeSRdjDrRzEEQ
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the Crossroads tests were the first of many nuclear tests held in the Marshall Islands, and the first to be publicly announced beforehand and observed by an invited audience, including a large press corps. They were conducted by Joint Army/Navy Task Force One, headed by Vice Admiral William H. P. Blandy, rather than by the Manhattan Project, which had developed nuclear weapons during World War II. A fleet of 95 target ships was assembled in Bikini Lagoon and hit with two detonations of Fat Man plutonium implosion-type nuclear weapons of the kind dropped on Nagasaki, each with a yield of 23 kilotons of TNT (96 TJ) Hi Youtube followers i spent lots time to restore this Baker footage this is original film in 35mm i will upload this footage of tsunami effect later welcome to licence this footage for your art work and movie pretty cool shot from this angle speed of sound *14= about 5KM from Ground Zero of this footage
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North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear detonation on 6 January 2016 at 10:00:01 UTC+08:30. At the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site, approximately 50 kilometres (30 miles) northwest of Kilju City in Kilju County, an underground nuclear test was carried out. The United States Geological Service reported a 5.1 magnitude earthquake from the location; the China Earthquake Networks Center reported the magnitude as 4.9. North Korean media made announcements that the regime had successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. However third-party experts—as well as officials and agencies in South Korea—doubted North Korea's claims and contend that the device was more likely to have been a fission bomb such as a boosted fission weapon. Such weapons use hydrogen fusion to produce smaller, lighter warheads suitable for arming a delivery device such as a missile, rather than to attain the destructive power of a true hydrogen bomb.
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Go to http://www.createspace.com/204458 to see this 60 minute TV special, The Complete Submariners Story. My Colleagues and I did our best to show you what was 'real" on a US Nuclear powered submarine. Thank you for watching it. David Hoffman - Filmmaker www.thehoffmancollection.com
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Stunning images of an underwater atomic bomb explosion wich generates a monster wave - 1958 : The detonation happened offshore of the Enewetak atoll. This A bomb had been put 27 meters under the sea level. It had a power of 8 kilotons. The power of the blast wave and the bubble of gas easily made the warship sink. Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_... Website: http://www.sailingnewstv.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sailingnewst...
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Odo Puiu Events invites you to watch …. Russian Nuclear Submarine “Yuri Dolgoruky” (K-535) Sub-Sea Launch Four “Bulava” Missile. Large areas in the Barents Sea west of Novaya Zemlya and in the White Sea are closed off. The test will take place from “Yury Dolgoruky” - the only Borei-class submarine sailing for Russia’s Northern Fleet. The “Yury Dolgoruky” was in late April assisted into the White Sea from the Barents Sea by the Northern Fleet’s new icebreaker “Ilya Muromets”. The entrance to the White Sea is shallow waters where submarines normally sail in surface position. The waters were still ice-covered at the time and “Yury Dolgoruky” sailed to the shipyard city of Severodvinsk. An ballistic missile trajectory consists of several phases and the area in the Barents Sea closed off for civilian shipping is where the booster rocket is separated and will fall to sea. The dummy warhead is likely targeted to the Kura missile test range on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Far Northeast. Bulava is the most modern submarine launched ballistic missile for nuclear warheads in the Russian navy. Since 2004, a total of 26 tests of the missile have taken place. The K-535 Yuri Dolgoruky submarine is the leading sub of Project 955 Borey. The submarine is an element of the Russian nuclear triad: the Yuri Dolgoruky is armed with Bulava ballistic missiles. The submarine is 170 meters long and 13.5 meters wide. Class and type: Borei-class submarine Displacement: 14,720 t (14,488 long tons) surfaced 24,000 t (23,621 long tons) submerged Length: 170 m (557 ft 9 in) Beam: 13.5 m (44 ft 3 in) Draught: 10 m (32 ft 10 in) Propulsion: 1 × OK-650B nuclear reactor, 1 × AEU steam turbine, 1 shaft Speed: 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph) Complement: 130 officers and men Armament: 16 × Bulava SLBM, 6 × SS-N-15 cruise missiles (21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes) Thanks for watching. For more videos, subscribe to the https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPpqZa5BzBSakIt6JyWjkSw/videos Thanks for subscribing, likes and comments. Thank you my friend.
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In May of 1998, Pakistan tested a series of nuclear explosive devices. This video shows at least one of the tests in the Chagai mountains of Balochistan in southern Pakistan. Rockslides on the mountain can be seen resulting from the explosion. After the test, video from an aircraft shows the effects of the blast, and the resulting rockslides can be seen. Later, a helicopter carrying then-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrives. Sharif tours the area, including instrumentation bunkers and tunnel entrances. Among the officials giving Sharif the tour is A.Q. Khan. He can be seen in several sections of the video wearing a solid sea-green suit.
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Nuclear physicists are using film scanners and computer analysis on old bomb test footage to uncover the weapons' secrets. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 CONNECT WITH WIRED Web: http://wired.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/WIRED Facebook: https://facebook.com/WIRED Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/wired Google+: https://plus.google.com/+WIRED Instagram: http://instagram.com/WIRED Tumblr: http://WIRED.tumblr.com Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://bit.ly/subthescene ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. Rare Films of Nuclear Bomb Tests Reveal Their True Power | WIRED
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North Korea: Testing of a nuclear missile in the sea
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There was always audience when exploding atomic bombs. The video is also high definition. The footage of the Operation Dominic Sunset is especially pretty (0:57), also Dominic Charma (1:26, 1:37). Greenhouse Item is seen twice (0:00, 0:48), Plumbbob Hood (1:13), Upshot-Knothole Grable (0:13), Ranger Able (0:07).
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I hope everyone understood where science ends and fantasy begins?) Thank's Armando Sepulveda, Fernando Arroyo, CGSOS LLC & Twize films for "The Big Wave" project (04:03 - 04:08) in this video. Original footage: https://vimeo.com/222702871 links to their portfolio: https://vimeo.com/user2511802 , https://www.behance.net/arosdaf78a Subscribe to my NEW Channel!!!!! ► "Meet, Arnold!" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsoJa2pm6Mo If you like this video - put Thumb Up button (please) and Subscribe to Ridddle channel. We will make this universe smarter together! Okay, okay. I got to go..... See You Soooooooooooooooon dudes ;)
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Courtesy: U.S. Department of Energy 0800002 - Project Crossroads - 1946 - 41:30 - Black & White - Project Crossroads was a series of two nuclear tests, Able and Baker, the first tests conducted at the Pacific Proving Ground, near the Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands. These were the fourth and fifth nuclear detonations in history, following the Trinity test in July 1945 and the two weapons dropped on Japan to end World War II. The two bombs used in Crossroads were of the Fat Man configuration, very similar to the implosion-type weapons tested at Trinity and dropped on Nagasaki, Japan. It had a plutonium pit. The only other nuclear weapon available at the time was the uranium gun-type Little Boy, which was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan. The Fat Man was a more complex weapon than Little Boy, thus needing more testing to gain experimental data. On July 24, 1946, the Baker shot was set off in the Bikini lagoon at a depth of about 90 feet with a yield of 21 kilotons. Two million tons of water were contained in the eruption and two million yards of sediment were removed from the lagoon floor. Nine ships were sunk.
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T/I: 10:03:01 Pakistani officials have taken local journalists to the site here Pakistan conducted six underground nuclear tests in May. The five devices were exploded in a sealed concrete tunnel 9.240 metres below ground. The blasts divested a nearby mountain of centuries of carbon coating and turned it from black to white. The journalists were told that a "miniaturised" sixth device was exploded on 30 May in a 120 metre-deep shaft in the nearby Kharan desert. India and Pakistan have fought several wars and are engaged in a territorial dispute over northern India's state of Kashmir. SHOWS: CHAGHI AREA, PAKISTAN, RECENT WS hill where tests took place; Army helicopter landing; VS hill marked Pakistani flag; Journalists at site; CU hill; CU tunnel entrance; WS tunnel entrance; Group of journalists looking into entrance; WS Ashfaq Ahmed, Chairman Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission briefing press; SOT Ahmed (English): "Extensive technical detail has been generated from these experiments and is being examined by our scientists"; WS soldier guarding part of test site; CU soldier; WS journalists touring site with armed guard on truck; CU armed guard on truck; SOT Mushahid Hussain, Federal Minister of Information, (English): "As a Pakistani I feel, and this is a feeling shared by my colleagues, that coming here is a special pilgrimage. There is new hope, confidence and faith in the future among the people of Pakistan after this historical, technological achievement that was made possible by Pakistani scientists"; Cutaway; SOT Hussain: "The nuclear explosions of Pakistan of 28 May and 30 May have helped establish military and political parity between Pakistan and India and we feel this is again a major development which has qualitatively altered the life and destiny of the 1.2 billion people of South Asia"; VS hillside; Helicopter leaving site; 2.15 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/24ab05a1fd97ec875d365061544fa38e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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During the Cold War, the US government launched a 1.4 megaton bomb into space. Starfish Prime, as the test was called, was the highest-altitude nuclear test in history. But what would happen if we tried the same experiment with a 50 megaton bomb, like the record-setting Tsar Bomba? ------------------------------------------------------ #Space #NuclearBomb Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biotech, physiology, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/science Science Insider on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BusinessInsiderScience/ Science Insider on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/science_insider/ Business Insider on Twitter: https://twitter.com/businessinsider Tech Insider on Twitter: https://twitter.com/techinsider ------------------------------------------------------ Following is a transcript of the video: Imagine if we detonated a nuclear bomb in space? Actually, you don’t have to. You can see it for yourself. That was Starfish Prime — the highest-altitude nuclear test in history. In 1962, the US government launched a 1.4 megaton bomb from Johnston Island. And detonated it 400 km above the Pacific — about as high as where the International Space Station orbits today. The detonation generated a giant fireball and created a burst of energy called an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, that expanded for over 1,000 kilometers. EMPs can cause a power surge, damaging electronic equipment in the process. And this one was no different. Across Hawaii, street lights went dark, telephones went down, and navigation and radar systems went out, not to mention the six, or so, satellites that failed. And all this came from a 1.4 megaton bomb. Tsar Bomba, which was the largest nuclear bomb that has ever been detonated, was 50 megatons. So what would happen if we detonated that above the United States? For starters, there's no atmosphere in space. So, there would be no mushroom-shaped cloud and no subsequent blast wave or mass destruction. Instead, you’d get a blinding fireball 4 times the size of Starfish Prime’s. And if you looked directly at it within the first 10 seconds, you could permanently damage your eyes. Satellites wouldn’t be safe either. Radiation from the explosion would fry the circuits of hundreds of instruments in low-earth orbit. Including communication satellites, military spy satellites, and even science telescopes like the Hubble. Plus, astronauts on board the International Space Station might be at risk of radiation poisoning. On the ground, however, you’d probably be fine. The detonation point would be far enough away that the high-energy radiation wouldn’t reach you. But don’t get too comfortable. Remember Starfish Prime’s EMP? This time, the EMP would cover ⅓ of the entire United States, bringing down regional power grids and electronics like a lightning strike. But it’s not all doom and gloom. The radiation would also interact with oxygen and nitrogen in the atmosphere and create a spectacular aurora near the detonation site, that would last for days. Now, let’s be clear. This will probably never happen. Super-thermonuclear devices like the Tsar Bomba no longer exist. And even if they did, the Tsar Bomba weighed around 27,000 kilograms. There are only a couple of operational rockets in the world that could manage to lift something that heavy into space in the first place. So we're probably safe from that, anyway. This video was made in large part thanks to the calculations from physicists at Los Alamos National Lab.
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US releases unseen footage of nuclear tests The US has begun to declassify and release thousands of films of above-ground nuclear tests unseen for decades. Scientists say the newly-released films offer a more accurate measurement of the power of nuclear blasts. Al Jazeera's Tom Ackerman reports from Washington, DC. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3RmFHYxfbA (Joe-17) Date: 21.09.1955 Location: Novaya Zemlya Type: Nuclear Submarine. Depth: 10 m below the sea surface Performance (kilotons): 3.5 kt. First nuclear test on Novaya Zemlya and First Soviet underwater nuclear explosion. The first nuclear test was fired at Novaya Zemlya underwater test of RDS-9 warheads deployed on the 53-58 (T-5) torpedo. More than 30 ships were placed at distances ranging from 300 meters to 1.6 km. Among the boats were four destroyers, three submarines, minesweepers and seaplanes. More than 500 goats and sheep, 100 dogs and other animals that were aboard the ship. Only one ship was sunk by the explosion, a destroyer less than 300 meters from the explosion.
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RDS-37 was the Soviet Union's first two-stage hydrogen bomb, first tested on November 22, 1955. The weapon had a nominal yield of approximately 3 megatons. It was scaled down to 1.6 megatons for the live test. It was a multi-stage thermonuclear device which utilized radiation implosion called Sakharov's Third Idea in the USSR (the Teller–Ulam design in the USA). It utilized a fissile core containing Uranium-235 and synthetic Uranium-233, and a dry lithium deuteride fusion fuel, with some of it replaced with a "passive material" to reduce its total yield. Despite this reduction in yield, because the weapon exploded under an inversion layer much of its shock wave was focused back downward at the ground unexpectedly, causing a trench to collapse on a group of soldiers, killing one, and a building in Kurchatov, 65 km (40 mi) distant, to collapse and kill a young girl. It was air-dropped at Semipalatinsk Test Site, Kazakhstan, making it the first air-dropped two-stage thermonuclear test. The RDS-6s device (Joe-4) exploded in 1953 had one-stage design, and was not scalable into the megaton yield range.
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Documentary: TSAR Bomb and Thermonuclear Warhead - - The largest nuclear bomb ever tested.. October 30, 1961... The Tsar Bomb.. Soviet era 50 megaton = 50 millions tons of TNT. Total destruction - 15 mile radius.. 3rd degree burns - 64 mile radius .. visible 600 miles away. Original design was to be 100 megaton - - "According to the Center for Defense Information, there are approximately 30,000 intact nuclear warheads worldwide.. All but about 200 are retained by the United States and Russia"
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North Korea said Tuesday it would restart a nuclear reactor to feed its atomic weapons programme, in its clearest rebuff yet to UN sanctions at the heart of soaring tensions on the Korean peninsula. Videographic explaining how underground nuclear tests are carried out.VIDEOGRAPIC
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A disposal team carried out a controlled explosion of a large bomb dating back to World War Two by the shore of the Crimean port city Sevastopol yesterday (November 3). The air bomb weighing 1.7 tonnes was found in bay of the port-city. The bomb was carefully pulled away from the populated area in the city and moved to the sea where it was exploded. A team of professional divers sank the bomb to a necessary depth in the sea before the emergencies service pulled back to a safe distance. The blast caused a powerful splash that rose some 80 metres into the air.
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Biggest underground nuclear test code name canninkin 5 MT (equal to hydrogen bomb explosion !!) conducted in Nov.6.1971. unedited footage!
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Japan says the two shallow earthquakes which shook North Korea on Sunday were a nuclear explosion, following the sixth atomic test by Pyongyang since 2006. The test came hours after North Korea claimed it has developed an advanced hydrogen bomb that has "great destructive power" Witnesses in the Chinese city of Yanji, on the border with North Korea, said they felt a tremor that lasted roughly 10 seconds followed by an aftershock. A second quake with near identical coordinates came 8 minut… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/09/03/earthquakes-shake-north-korea-after-nuclear-test What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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Nuclear Weapon Test Atomic Nuke Bomb Explosion - At Sea Underwater Imax - Baker
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Did you ever wonder what happened if you detonated a nuclear bomb in the Marianas Trench? No? We neither! Let us find out together! This video was inspired by xkcd and a video that shall remain unnamed. https://what-if.xkcd.com/15/ Sources and further reading http://blog.nuclearsecrecy.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/SR-12-001-CASTLE-BRAVO.pdf https://www.fourmilab.ch/etexts/www/effects/ http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/737271.pdf Support us on Patreon so we can make more videos (and get cool stuff in return): https://www.patreon.com/Kurzgesagt?ty=h Kurzgesagt Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/cRUQxz Kurzgesagt Merch: https://bit.ly/2GeuQxZ Facebook: http://bit.ly/1NB6U5O Twitter: http://bit.ly/2DDeT83 Instagram: http://bit.ly/2DEN7r3 Discord: https://discord.gg/Fsstncs The music of the video here: Soundcloud: https://bit.ly/2LCuhlj Bandcamp: https://bit.ly/2zVL7Kb Facebook: https://bit.ly/2GIoZlH THANKS A LOT TO OUR LOVELY PATRONS FOR SUPPORTING US:Aleksandr Fedorov, Fabio Legario, Tom Wood, XiledLucifer, Daniel Roden, Nathan Blubaugh, Elliott Kajdan, Wade Tregaskis, Aaron Pagel, RH, Erik Rinard, Timothy Novotny, Mobin Araghi, Stephen Davies, InsecureSpike, Paweł Dybiec, Natty Zepko, Sydney Odell, Tom Mulcahy, Tobias Kruft, Yuvraaj Kelkar, Alex Stirling, Lisa Yuan, Patrick Lopes, Joe Magnabosco, Guatón, Mason Mast, Johan Giraldo, Sean Southard, Vasily Drobot, flickers, Shannon McDowell,Lorenzo Castro, Patrick Yun, Andres Gonzalez, Keith Byrne, Michal Bandzi, Антон Мороз, Tuan Pham, Matt Kowalski, Jamie Middleton, Arjun, Suicune2000, Vlad Catanescu, Oliviero Chiodo, pineapplethief, Jared Gay, Jer My, Noah Rosenfield, Rafael Puentes, Kevin Kelleher, Léo, Alex Meadows, myoubae, Sam Woodrow, Hannah Morris, Romain Richard, Brendan Lawton, MattS, Callum Sewell, Tobias Haase, Justin Logan, Erhan GULLU, Cardo Sommerhage Help us caption & translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_p...
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A North Korean official said his country will continue to pursue its nuclear programme. Pyongyang's Ambassador to Egypt explained that North Korea needed to protect the sovereignty and security of its citizens from foreign attacks. Pak Chong-Il's comments come just days after the county's state run news agency announced that North Korea had successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. "This experiment is to defend the security and sovereignty of North Korea, and it's for the rights of our people who … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/01/09/north-korea-h-bomb-test-was-to-help-keep-the-peace-says-official What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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https://brilliant.org/curiousdroid Nuclear testing ended over 20 years ago but the legacy of the test areas still remains and will do for hundreds or thousands of years. 8 countries have actively tested nuclear weapons, some in their own backyard if it was big enough like the Soviet Union and the US but they also used others peoples backyards in the Pacific, the British and French did this. But what happened to the test sites, in this video we look at the US and Soviet test programs and what became of them and the people nearby. This video is sponsored by https://brilliant.org/curiousdroid The first 287 people to apply will get a 20% discount on their yearly Brilliant subscription. Presented by Paul Shillito Written and researched by Paul Shillito Images and Footage Atomic energy Commission, Dept of Defence, University of California / PNAS, Carl Willis, www.atomiccleanupvets.com, US Dept of Energy, AtomicHeritage, Laboratory of Environmental Studies For more info on the cleanup of the Eniwetok atoll by the US servicemen visit http://www.atomiccleanupvets.com NUPI report in the Semipalatinsk nuclear testing: The humanitarian consequences http://large.stanford.edu/courses/2014/ph241/powell2/docs/vakulchuk.pdf The periodic table at 1:42 courtesy of Todd Helmenstine, sciencenotes.org
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On July 16th, 1945, the United States conducted the world's first test of a nuclear weapon. Less than a month later, two bombs were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, bringing about the end of the Second World War. No nuclear bombs have been used as weapons since the attacks on Japan, but thousands of tests have been conducted – primarily by the US and USSR throughout the Cold War. Produced by Alex Kuzoian -------------------------------------------------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI Video On Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1bkB8qg Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ -------------------------------------------------- Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI Video team focuses on technology, strategy and science with an emphasis on unique storytelling and data that appeals to the next generation of leaders – the digital generation.
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For story suggestions or custom animation requests, contact [email protected] Visit http://archive.nextanimationstudio.com to view News Direct's complete archive of 3D news animations. RESTRICTIONS: Broadcast: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Digital: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Reports from two groups of Chinese geologists have found that North Korea's main nuclear testing site has collapsed, which could be the real reason Pyongyang is suspending its missile tests. The South China Sea Morning Post reports that North Korea's last six nuclear tests were all carried out at the Punggye-ri testing facility under Mount Mantap. During the latest test in September 2017, a bomb believed to have an explosive yield of 100 kilotonnes set off a powerful explosion. It caused an initial 6.3 magnitude tremor, and triggered several more earthquakes in the weeks that followed. Geologists from the University of Science and Technology of China analyzed the region's seismic data and found that the blast vaporized surrounding rock, creating a 200-meter hole as the area collapsed in on itself. A large section of the mountain ridge near the peak is also believed to have broken off as a result of shock waves. Researchers from the Jilin Earthquake agency reported similar findings, and added that the collapse created a chimney which could leak radioactive fallout into the air. Both studies concluded the testing site to be unstable and unusable. The area is located close to the Chinese border. But while authorities say no increase in radioactivity levels have been detected, they will continue monitoring the surrounding region. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Next Animation Studio’s News Direct service provides daily, high-quality, informative 3D news animations that fill in for missing footage and help viewers understand breaking news stories or in-depth features on science, technology, and health. Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's news animations at http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com/trial/ To subscribe to News Direct or for more info, please visit: http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com
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Pakistan's Sea-Based Nuclear Weapons; The Babur-3 opens a dangerous era for Pakistan’s nuclear forces. in the first quarter of 2017, Pakistan carried out the first-ever flight test of the Babur-3, its new nuclear-capable submarine-launched cruise missile. A variant of the Babur-3 ground-launched cruise missile, this S L C M will see Pakistan’s nuclear deterrent head to sea—probably initially aboard its Agosta 90B and Agosta 70 submarines, but eventually, perhaps even onboard new Type 041 Yuan-class submarines Pakistan is expected to procure from China. It is already well known that Pakistan has outpaced its primary rival, India, in terms of its nuclear stockpile growth. On land, low-yield systems, like the Nasr, have also raised concerns of a lower nuclear-use threshold in South Asia. The move to sea can have some positive effects on overall strategic stability; indeed, the perceived survivability of a sea-based deterrent can abate so-called “use-it-or-lose-it” pressures for Pakistan’s land-based forces. Sea-based weapons can aggravate crisis stability concerns in the India-Pakistan dyad and present unique command-and-control challenges for Pakistan, which may be required to place these weapons at a higher level of readiness during peacetime. Pakistan, like other nuclear states, employs a range of physical and procedural safeguards to ensure that its nuclear weapons are only used in a crisis and a with a valid order from the country’s National Command Authority (N C A). The introduction of a nuclear-capable SLCM aboard its Agosta submarines would necessitate the erosion of some of these safeguards. For instance, some physical safeguards that Pakistan is known to use for its land-based weapons — including partially dissembled storage, separation of triggers and pits, and de-mated storage — would be impractical at sea. Meanwhile, the experience of other nuclear states, like the United Kingdom, with sea-based deterrents suggests that sea-based nuclear weapons generally see fewer use impediments. Pakistan has long asserted that its nuclear command-and-control is highly centralized, but it remains doubtful that this would remain true for its small nuclear-capable submarine force in wartime or a crisis. The theory behind a survivable sea-based second-strike capability is more compelling assuming a large submarine force capable of maintaining a continuous at-sea deterrent presence. Pakistan’s submarine force, by contrast, would likely employ a bastion model — meaning that their peacetime locations would be known and hence the submarines would be vulnerable to Indian conventional attack. Similarly, Indian forces, unable to discriminate whether a detected Pakistani submarine in a crisis was fielding nuclear or conventional capabilities, would have to presume nuclear capability should the Babur-3 see deployment. All of this in turn not only would make Pakistan’s submarine force a prime early-crisis target for Indian forces, but also aggravate use-or-lose pressures for land-based forces. even if India resisted attacking Pakistani submarines to avoid unintended escalatory pressures, it would at least see value in targeting the Very Low Frequency radar facility established at Karachi in November 2016 that would allow Pakistan’s N C A to communicate with its at-sea deterrent in a crisis. This would require some confidence in New Delhi that Pakistan had not pre-delegated use authorization and that Islamabad’s sea-based weapons would still require the transmission of a use-authorization code from the N C A. on the other hand Militants with an eye on Pakistan’s nuclear weapons may find no better targets than sea-based systems with fewer physical safeguards. Moreover, the locations of these weapons would be well-known in peacetime, unlike Pakistan’s land-based weapons. The Pakistan Naval Dockyard in Karachi or the Jinnah Naval Base in Ormara — the two known sites capable of hosting Pakistani submarines — are thus prime for attack, infiltration The Babur-3 introduction presents a classic at-sea deterrent dilemma for Pakistan. It can choose to have its presumed second-strike capability either totally secure or readily usable in wartime. For a range of reasons, Pakistan can be expected to opt for the latter option. This will require real compromises on nuclear weapons security that expose Pakistan’s sea-based deterrent to theft and unauthorized use. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9IFRHTtYJFjhI5fBrLIJiQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DNA997
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