During the Cold War, several jet aircraft were capable of carrying nuclear bombs; some were large mega-ton size and some were small tactical size.
Nuclear bombs can be carried by Interconteniental Ballastic Missiles (ICBMs).
This Question was posted under Physics category, so maybe your question is directed towards the method a nuclear device was contained within a bomb. I don't know the answer to that.
Yes, enriched uranium can be used in atomic bombs.
Yes, uranium can be used in atomic bombs.
Uranium which is a fuel is used in atomic bombs and in nuclear power stations.
By the end of 1949 the US had built a total of 178 atomic bombs, tested 6 atomic bombs, used 2 atomic bombs in combat, resulting in a stockpile of 170 atomic bombs.
The atomic bombs were delivered by the USS Indianoppolis
They used 3 atomic bombs
They used nuclear and atomic bombs.
Conventional bombs - with chemical explosives.
To end the war.
No, they were atomic bombs. Hydrogen bombs were developed later.
Technically, everything explosive is an atomic bomb, you are referring to NUCLEAR bombs, which were used on the Japanese