What time did the 1986 NASA explosion happen?
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The skies would be dark and volcanic ash would fill the air.
Roomers are flying.
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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 explos…ion at Chernobyl that year, that was not a nuclear explosion, just a large steam explosion when the coolant water flash vaporized 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.
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 op…ening 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.
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 will 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
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 ex…plosion: It occurred when the engines powering the cooling system failed in the earthquake. Without constant cooling, the radioactive 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.
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 in 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)
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.
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.
explosions happen because there is a chemical called acid thatmakes it explode
The astronauts that lost their lives were Francis R. Scobee(Shuttle Commander), Michael J. Smith (Shuttle Pilot), RonaldMcNair (Mission Specialist), Ellison Onizuka (Mission S…pecialist),Judith Resnik (Mission Specialist), Gregory Jarvis (PayloadSpecialist), and Christa McAuliffe (Payload Specialist, Teacher)