trinity was the code of the detonation of the nuclear deviceit was the first nuclear bomb in the world
The biggest explosion in history was the detonation of the Hydrogen bomb in the Bikini Atoll in the 1950s.
a nuclear explosion
Noboby can survive a nuclear bomb if he is within explosion distance.
A nuclear explosion from a warhead can be triggered by the impact of the bomb hitting something else or by a chemical reaction happening inside the bomb.
There is a huge explosion.
A gravity dropped nuclear bomb could fall several tens of thousands of feet from bomber to detonation. A ballistic missile's warhead could travel tens of thousands of miles from launch site to detonation.
I'm not sure but the strongest bomb is the hydrogen bomb
Gravity if forming the clouds from the atomic bomb.
uncontrolled nuclear fission and/or fusion.
because the bomb was designed to make it so.
There has never been a nuclear explosion in the state of Texas
Yes, Nuclear weapons create the biggest man-made explosions
explosion of atomic bomb , and production of solar system
You get a rather large explosion.
As with any bomb the primary effect is blast.
The first detonation of a nuclear device was the Trinity Detonation on July 16, 1945 35 miles southeast of Socorro, New Mexico
The atomic bombs are nuclear weapons that use a nuclear chain reaction to create a Hugh explosion. The by-product of the nuclear blast is radiation.Atomic explosion is created by setting off a lot of dynamite around a core of nuclear material. The blast compresses the material together and makes it unstable.A hydrogen bomb is a much more powerful bomb. It is the result of a small nuclear explosion that compresses more powerful radioactive material together and thus creating an explosion that is 100 times greater than an atomic bomb.
No, a nuclear bomb involves a nuclear chain-reaction.A chemical reaction involves the orbiting electrons in an atom.A nuclear reaction involves the nucleus (hence "Nuclear") of an atom.
Yes, the conventional explosives would trigger an explosion of the conventional explosives inside the nuclear bomb which would blow apart the nuclear components of the nuclear bomb, causing significant alpha emitter radiological contamination but no nuclear yield.
A neutron bomb is a form of nuclear weapon. It explodes in several steps. In the first step, control circuits fire electronic blasting caps cause conventional explosives to detonate. They are shaped in such as way that the explosion crushes a ball of nuclear material (mainly plutonium) causing that to produce nuclear fission (an atomic explosion). THAT serves as the trigger to a nuclear fusion explosion- (similar to the hydrogen bomb). This releases heat, blast, and neutrons.
The explosion itself is not the source of the heat emitted from a nuclear detonation. Instead the heat is the source of the explosion. Compare this with thunder following a lightning strike. In the nuclear bomb temperatures of about 20 million degrees fahrenheit are produced causing the emission of x-rays which ionizes the air preventing any more light or IR emission until the bomb cools enough that it no longer is emitting x-rays. In lightning the temperature of the ionized conducting air channel is only about 90000 degrees fahrenheit.As to the temperature of things around the fireball from a nuclear detonation, directly beneath the fireball temperatures can reach about 7000 degrees fahrenheit. To give an example by which to compare this heat, free flowing magma, or melted rock, averages a high of 4000 degrees fahrenheit.