What time did the 1986 NASA explosion happen?
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Answer Tna explosion is no longer shown, they use to show it on the wrestling channel on Mondays at 9.00pm
The US detonates a uranium bomb over the Japanese city ofHiroshima, killing more than 140,000 people within months. Manymore later die from radiation-related illnesses. The US explodes aplutonium bomb over Nagasaki. An estimated 74,000 people die by theend of 1945. Little can be done to ease the suf…fering of thevictims who survive the blast. (MORE)
It would probably light up like a piece of coal and burn. Diamond burns quite well.
If they are activated, then the dog will most likely die because its self and the explosives will explode. If you are worried a dog that has eaten something explosive-like, you might want to consider a vet or surgeon to remove it from its body.
90,000-166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000-80,000 in Nagasaki were killed and the cities were devastated and flattened.
The Cambrian explosion is supposedly a time in Earth's history about 570 million years ago when life evolved extremely quickly from single-celled organisms to complex plants and animals. There is a major problem with this theory, in that it is a cataclysmic event. Evolutionary theory avoids catas…trophic explanations whenever possible (and only accepts them when they could be considered common), but this Cambrian explosion happening over a period of a couple million years is almost instantaneous compared to the 4.6 billion-year Darwinian model of evolution. Picture, if you will, the history of the Earth in a 24-hour day: the first few hours show no signs of life; but at about the fifth hour, you start to see single-celled organisms floating around; this life stays like that for sixteen hours until the twenty-first hour, when all of a sudden, you see complex and diverse life come into being in a span of less than two minutes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUC9drrEAVU&feature=related This theory is only a feeble attempt to explain how there seems to be no fossil evidence of the creatures between single cells and complex vertebrates and plant life; in fact, this explanation is even more miraculous than the Creation account, because where Creation states that an Intelligent Designer made everything from nothing, evolution claims that chance played the leading role in causing everything to grow from nothing to everything. If you'll notice, the cause and effect of both Creation and Evolution are the same (everything from nothing), but the difference is chance and intelligence. There are two possibilities: either we are a product of random chance and quantum fluctuations billions of years ago, and thus have no purpose; or we are a product of supreme intelligence, and should find our purpose through seeking this intelligence and doing His will (Psalm 27:4). (MORE)
The Mont Blanc (cargo ship) that was filled with 200 tons ofTNT, 30 tons of benzol, many artillery shells and lots of guncotton. The Mont Blanc was trying to ship the weapons to Europe forWorld War One. When the Mont Blanc was just passing through theouter harbor, it accidently hit the Norwegian shi…p Imo. 10 minuteslater, the Mont Blanc caught fire. It happened on December 6,1917. (MORE)
Nuclear explosions happen for many reasons: An uncontrolled chain reaction (fission reaction) occurs with uranium 238, A fission reaction is where 1 large nucleus (centre of an atom) splits up into 2 or more smaller nuclei giving off neutrons. These neutrons then hit another nucleus changing it …into smaller nuclei and so on. e.g. (chain reaction) feel free to add some more info... (MORE)
The Cambrian explosion occurred 544 million years ago to 505 million years ago and lasted 39 million years.
The Cambrian explosion is the term for the geologically rapiddiversification of such a large collection of organisms in theCambrian fossil record. The Cambrian Explosion is divided into two time periods: theNeoproterozoic Era occurred from 1,000 to 541 million years ago,and the Paleozoic Era occurr…ed from 541 to 252.17 million year ago. The Paleozoic Era was a time of dramatic geological, climatic, andevolutionary change. The Neoproterozoic Era produced most of the Earth's continentalcrust. (MORE)
It does nothing... This website stinks and if you are reading this you are as dumb as the website.
There is a barrel of gunpowder at the Great Wall of China (1593 AD). You can use it to blast open the rock cave at the Vikings island in 831 AD. One you have the gunpowder, click the rocks to blast them open.
during and explosive eruption hot ash is thrown in the air. Leaving trails of smoke.
The Challenger exploded after liftoff because of failed 'O' rings in thee solid rocket booster (or SRB )The failure in the SRB caused hot gases to burn through the lower portion of the external tank (ET) and also the coupling that held the SRB in place. The SRB tilted inward and ruptures the upper p…ortion of the ET and when the two fuels mixed the entire vehicle exploded. The Columbia was damaged during the launch when a large piece of foam separated from the ET and struck the leading edge of Columbia's wing, punching a suitcase sized hole in it. When Columbia was returning to earth and hit our atmosphere, the hot plasma that forms on the outside of the ship, poured into the hole in the wing and melted the structures inside the craft. The failure of the structure caused the shuttle to become uncontrolled and skid across our atmosphere and come apart. (MORE)
They explode and the seeds go into different areas. What also happens is that the seeds also have little wing like tips that leave them then allowing the seed to drop. from there germination begins from a ten year old mariojackman
There have been over a thousand nuclear explosions on Earth since they were invented. If you know how to use Google Earth, the very first nuclear explosion took place at the Trinity test site at 33 o 40'38"N 106 o 28'94"W. Type these numbers into the "fly to" window (33 40 37 N 106 28 29 W)" If you …find this and your map is facing north, you can also see a small crater just below and to the right. This is where 100 tons of TNT (Tri-Nitro-Toluene) were exploded to calibrate the first atomic bomb.. The first atomic bomb used in war was dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on August 6 th 1945. This was a uranium bomb. The second, and last used in war thankfully, was dropped on the Japanese city of Nagasaki 3 days later on August 9 th .. After that, many test explosions were detonated. The largest atomic bomb on Earth was detonated by the Soviet Union and was 57Megatons or the same as 57 million tons of TNT.. Other places of interest on Google Earth. 11 42 09 N 165 16 34 E Bikini Atoll - USA first test of "dry" thermonuclear bomb. 37 06 08 N 116 02 49 W Nevada test site - US underground test site - holes can be seen 34 23 05 N 132 27 17 E Hiroshima - First bomb dropped in war called "Little Boy" 32 46 50 N 129 52 59 E Nagasaki - Second bomb dropped in war called "Fat man" (MORE)
Tres sujetos con nexos con el cÃ¡rtel de Tijuana, entre ellos el vocalista del grupo ExplosiÃ³n NorteÃ±a, intÃ©rpretes de narcocorridos, fueron detenidos este miÃ©rcoles en esta ciudad fronteriza mexicana tras enfrentarse a tiros con la policÃa, informÃ³ el ministerio de Seguridad PÃ…ºblica. . "Elementos de la policÃa federal detuvieron a tres sujetos, uno de ellos presuntamente relacionado con El Teo, lugarteniente del cÃ¡rtel de los hermanos Arellano FÃ©lix y aseguraron armamento, equipos de comunicaciÃ³n y vehÃculos", anunciÃ³ la dependencia en un comunicado. . Uno de los tres delincuentes es JosÃ© Alberto Cervantes, conocido como "El Beto", cantante de la popular banda ExplosiÃ³n NorteÃ±a, que ha compuesto varios narcocorridos sobre integrantes del cÃ¡rtel de Tijuana. . La detenciÃ³n se produjo despuÃ©s de que agentes de policÃa identificasen a un grupo de hombres armados en un restaurante de Tijuana, ciudad colindante con Estados Unidos, y de que fuesen recibidos a balazos cuando intentaron ingresar al local. . br> ExplosiÃ³n NorteÃ±a es uno de los grupos de mÃºsica norteÃ±a mÃ¡s conocidos de MÃ©xico que esta semana tiene su Ãºltimo disco, "14 Detonantes Corridos", en el nÃºmero 14 de la lista de Ã©xitos de Mixup, una de las mayores cadenas de tiendas de discos de MÃ©xico. (MORE)
There were 17 Apollo missions altogether, although not all of these went to the moon. Many were simply test missions, some unmanned, and some in earth orbit only.. Of the missions that went to the moon, Apollo 8 was the first mission to reach the moon, orbit it and return, followed by the next miss…ion to the moon, Apollo 10. However both these missions were not designed to land on the moon's surface but were designed to test the equipment and to look for suitable landing sites.. Apollo 13 also reached the moon, but, because of an explosion on board, was not able to land but returned to earth having made a 'free return trajectory' around the moon.. The missions that actually landed on the moon were Apollo 11 (the first) followed by 12, 14, 15, 16 and 17 after which the Apollo programme was cancelled.. So the number of mission to the moon in the Apollo programme was 9 missions, six of which made a landing, meaning that 12 astronauts in total have walked on the moon's surface to date. (MORE)
Depending on the distance from the blast, the shockwave will burst all your internal organs and break bones, then in less than a second, the intense heat will cause your entire body to explode into steam/gasses in less than a half a second, leaving very little material, that will be dust. Maybe less… than a teaspoon. (MORE)
when an explosive detonates, it is converted to more stable compounds, mostly gases. So this conversion of highly unstable explosive to stable compounds results in the release of large amount of heat.
Deidara killed himself using his CO, which caused the explosion. Sasuke almost got killed but he summoned Manda to shield himself from the blast. Manda got killed because of the explosion.
Mt. St. Helens remained dormant from its last period of activity in the 1840s and 1850s until March 1980. Several small earthquakes beginning as early as March 15, 1980, indicated that magma may have been moving below the volcano. Then on March 18 at 3:45 p.m. Pacific Standard Time a shallow Richter… magnitude 4.2 earthquake centered below the volcano's north flank, signaled the volcano's violent return from 123 years of hibernation. A gradually building earthquake swarm saturated area seismographs and started to climax at about noon on March 25, reaching peak levels in the next two days, including an earthquake registering 4.5 on the Richter scale. A total of 174 shocks of magnitude 2.6 or greater were recorded during those two days. At 12:36 p.m. on March 27 1980, at least one but possibly two nearly simultaneous phreatic eruptions (exploding groundwater-derived steam) ejected and smashed rock from within the old summit crater, excavating a new crater 250 feet (76 m) wide and sending an ash column about 7,000 feet (2,100 m) into the air. By this date, a 16,000-foot (4,900 m) long, east-trending fracture system had also developed across the summit area. The largest eruption took place on May 18 when a land slide exposed magma and pyroclastic flow material passed up the moving avalanche and spread outward, devastating a fan-shaped area 23 miles (37 km) across and 19 miles (30 km) long. In all, about 230 square miles (600 kmÂ²) of forest were knocked down. (MORE)
Trinity was the first test of technology for an atomic weapon. It was conducted by the united states on July 16, 1945, at a location 35 miles (56 km) southeast of socorro, new Mexico on the white sands proving ground, headquartered near Alamogordo.Trinity was a test of an implosion-design plutonium… device. Using the same conceptual design, the fat man device was dropped on Nagasaki, japan, on August 9. The Trinity detonation was equivalent to the explosion of around 20 kilotons of TNT and is usually considered the beginning of the atomic age. (MORE)
Depends mostly on where you are relative to it and the yield. Other variables include: . weather . terrain . your cloths . if you are in a building, its construction . were you near a window . etc.
I don't know of one specifically, there was still underground nuclear testing at the time so there might have been several that year. If you are thinking of the reactor explosion at Chernobyl that year, that was not a nuclear explosion, just a large steam explosion when the coolant water flash v…aporized blowing the roof off the reactor. Once the graphite moderator in the core was exposed to air it caught fire, this was the worst part of the disaster as burning graphite is nearly impossible to put out and the smoke was carrying all kinds of radioactive material from deep in the core. (MORE)
Magma builds up in the mountain and starts to rumble. Then the rockat the bottom starts to push up causing the magma to go up and risethe temperature of it. As it nears the opening it becomes lava andturns into ash as it burns up.
On April 26th 1986 there was a disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, however it was not in Russia but the Ukraine, a separate state/country.
The explosion of the space shuttle Challenger was caused by a failure of an O-ring on it's right solid rocket booster shortly after liftoff.
Yes, it happened in Halifax Nova Scotia....Which is in Canada it happened on Thursday December 6 1917, 9:04:35 AM
If NASA goes out of business it eliminates the chance for the U.S to be involved in an "arms race" in space, which is a race for space militarization and from there will lead to a race to put nuclear weapons in space. And even if they don't go out of business that will happen. When it happens NASA w…ill have to close business because with all the weapons in space it would be to risky to send a projectile to interfere with nukes and cause a war (MORE)
Basically, we will die. From what I know, The Supernova will cause an explosive shock-wave through space. (This next paragraph has nothing to do with the shock-wave) Some scientist's think earth could be toast, It might flash-burn anything not in shade. It would also emit a Gamma Ray, Which could ca…use mass extinction on earth. Gamma Ray's interacting with Earth's atmosphere would burn away the ozone layer, allowing deadly ultraviolet radiation to penetrate the atmosphere. The influx of radiation would lead to widespread cancer and other diseases. . Simply it can't, the sun is not massive enough to supernova. There isn't even enough mass in the entire solar system that if it all merged into the sun to cause a supernova. The sun will simply end its life quietly as a white dwarf, a mass of white hot nickel/iron. Then it will slowly cool to an invisible black dwarf. (MORE)
the first explosion happend on November 19 2010 seconed and third ones are undatafied but the fourth explosion was on November 28 2010
Plastic explosives are made by combining an explosive compound with a plastic binder and plasticizer to make it more stable and thus safer to handle. Nearly all explosives are toxic to some extent because of their reactive nature. For example, RDX, a chemical used in plastic explosives such as C-4, …can cause headaches, disorientation, vomiting, violent seizures, kidney damage, and coma when ingested. Eating as little as 1 cubic centimeter (about the size of a sugar cube) of a plastic explosive can cause death. (MORE)
Go to the Great Wall of China. Head right and you will see a barrel of gunpowder.
The Halifax Explosion Happened On December 6 In 1917. You Can Remember The Year Because If You Know What Year The Titanic Sank, The Halifax Explosion Happened 5 Years After That.
There were several explosions; but the two most notable were: -The nuclear reactor explosion in Sendai, and -The oil refinery explosion in Ichihara. The nuclear reactor explosion: It occurred when the engines powering the cooling system failed in the earthquake. Without constant cooling, the r…adioactive material inside the reactor heated up, causing immense pressure. The tank burst because it couldn't support that pressure. To date (March 12, 2011), the Japanese government has ordered an evacuation of a 20 mile radius around the plant and is also supplying victims with iodine tablets (which blocks some absorption of radioactivity). The oil refinery explosion: So far, the trigger of the blaze is unknown, but officials say it is likely that a gas line was burst in the initial earthquake. More information will be available when an investigation can be made into the cause. (MORE)
Many things. I'd need more details on exactly what effects you are interested in to say.
That is a complicated function of: . height/depth of burst . distance from burst . neutron flux density and spectrum . thermal pulse . overcast, if airburst . density, etc. of material around burst, if subsurface burst . mechanical condition of marble prior to burst . chemical impurities i…n marble . etc. Without more data than is given in your question, no real answer can be given. I would suggest doing some research yourself on nuclear weapons effects. A good place to start is " The Effects of NUCLEAR WEAPONS " Edited by Samuel Glasstone. I have a copy of the 1964 edition with the weapons effects circular sliderule that I paid half a dollar for at a library discards sale (the sliderule alone is worth well over 20 times that, even though my book has damage seriously reducing its value on the market). If your library doesn't have it, request it on interlibrary loan. (I don't think you can get the sliderule anymore though) (MORE)
After realizing there flight would end sooner than expected there insides boiled and blood left there ears at an astonishing rate. The explosion caused there insides to burst out of there rectum. Basically they died. Very soon actually after the explosion.
Depends on how severe the shockwave is- At very high energy levels, you would be thrown through the air. At extremely high levels, the air sacs in your lungs would be ruptured from the force, resulting in death. At higher levels, your body would be torn apart. A low levels, you could have your heari…ng damaged, be stunned. (MORE)
There are two requirements. First, you have to have a critical mass (about 40 pounds) of a fissile substance (the fissile substance is either U 235 or plutonium) and secondly, the critical mass has to come together very rapidly (two halves are propelled toward each other by means of a conventional …explosive device) because otherwise they will just get very hot and boil away, before they can undergo a chain reaction. (MORE)
None. However towards the end of this period the formula for blackpowder was imported from China (where it had been in use for over1000 years before this).
After "The Little Boy" exploded people realized that people were having reactions and were dying because of radiation, but they didn't know that at the time.
Chemical explosives may be low or high explosives. Low explosives, such as black gunpowder, actually burn- but at a very high speed. That burning produces a rapidly expanding gas. The gas exerts a push on things around it, and can propel bullets, break rock, etc. High explosives are unstable chemica…ls, usually in the nitrate or chlorate families. When enough energy is put into them, they react by dropping to a lower energy state. In doing that, they rapidly give up the stored chemical energy in the form of heat, formation of gasses, and blast. The exact chemical reaction varies from one explosive to another. (MORE)
None, because if you enter it, the immense pressure will crush you and the ship like a paper cup. It is also very cold and has high speed winds.
She loses her hearing in the ear facing the explosion, until she gets to the Capital and they fix it.
Ramses II was a great military commander like his father, a warrior king who waged successful wars against Libya and Nubia and the Hittites. The Hittites were an Indo-European people who entered Mesopotamia and destroyed the Babylonian empire. The capital of the Hittite kingdom was Hattusha, now in …modern Turkey. The Hittites fought Egypt for control of North Syria. The greatest achievement of Ramses was the capture of the Syrian city of Kadesh in July 1274 BC from the Hittites, which had been lost during the chaotic reign of the Heretic King Akhenaten. Scenes from this famous Battle of Kadesh, in which over 5,000 chariots were involved, are depicted in the Rock Temple of Ramses at Abu Simbel. Ramses eventually established a treaty with the Hittite Empire, although it took some years to take effect. (MORE)
Nothing. She is upset just as everyone else. She eventually dies of old age, but that's it. Hope this helped (:
Hiroshima & Nagasaki, Japan; Nevada & New Mexico, US; various atolls in the Pacific Ocean; and location(s) in the former Soviet Union
Mount Konocti is a volcano that is located on the south shore of Clear Lake in Lake County, California. An explosion on Mount Konocti would lead to a lava overflow. This particular volcano however has not erupted within the past 10,000 years.