When and where did America drop atomic bombs?

  1. August 6, 1945 the MK-I Little boy bomb was dropped at 8:15:15 AM from an altitude of about 33,500 feet and exploded 44.4 seconds later at about 1970 foot altitude above Hiroshima, missing its AP (the T-shaped Aoi bridge) by 1200 feet.
  2. August 9, 1945 the MK-III Fatman bomb was dropped at 11:01:17 AM from an altitude of about 31,200 feet and exploded 43 seconds later at about 1650 foot altitude above the Urakami Valley adjacent to Nagasaki, missing its AP by 1.9 miles.
  3. July 1, 1946 the MK-IIIA Gilda bomb was dropped at 9:00:00 AM from an altitude of about 19,000 feet and exploded 34 seconds later at about 520 foot altitude above Bikini Atoll lagoon, missing its AP by 2130 feet.
  4. January 27, 1951 the MK-4 bomb was dropped at 5:44:51.0 AM and exploded at about 1060 foot altitude above Frenchman Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  5. January 28, 1951 the MK-4 bomb was dropped at 5:52:04.5 AM and exploded at about 1080 foot altitude above Frenchman Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  6. February 1, 1951 the MK-4 bomb was dropped at 5:46:39.5 AM and exploded at about 1080 foot altitude above Frenchman Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  7. February 2, 1951 the MK-4 bomb was dropped at 5:48:48.0 AM and exploded at about 1100 foot altitude above Frenchman Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  8. February 6, 1951 the MK-6 Freddy bomb was dropped at 5:46:55.0 AM and exploded at about 1435 foot altitude above Frenchman Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  9. October 28, 1951 the MK-4 LT bomb was dropped at 7:02:08.9 AM and exploded at about 1118 foot altitude above Yucca Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  10. October 30, 1951 the MK-4 PC bomb was dropped at 7:00:29.8 AM and exploded at about 1132 foot altitude above Yucca Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  11. November 1, 1951 the MK-4 NF bomb was dropped at 7:03:01.6 AM and exploded at about 1417 foot altitude above Yucca Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  12. November 5, 1951 the TX-7E (a MK-7 prototype) bomb was dropped at 8:29:58.2 AM and exploded at about 1314 foot altitude above Yucca Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  13. November 16, 1952 the MK-18F prototype "Super Oralloy bomb" was dropped at 11:30:00.0 AM and exploded at about 1480 foot altitude above Runit (Yvonne) island in Enewetak Atoll, missing its AP by 570 feet.
  14. April 6, 1953 the MK-5D bomb was dropped at 7:29:38.4 AM and exploded at about 6022 foot altitude above Yucca Flat at the Nevada Test Site, missing its AP by 600 feet.
  15. May 8, 1953 the MK-6D bomb was dropped at 8:29:23.4 AM from an altitude of about 19,000 feet and exploded 32 seconds later at about 2423 foot altitude above Frenchman Flat at the Nevada Test Site, missing its AP by 950 feet.
  16. June 4, 1953 the MK-7 bomb was dropped at 4:14:56.7 AM and exploded at about 1334 foot altitude above Yucca Flat at the Nevada Test Site, missing its AP by 320 feet.
  17. February 18, 1955 the MK-12 bomb case (with a new compact/light test device inside) was dropped at 11:59:59.2 AM and exploded at about 762 foot altitude above Yucca Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  18. March 29, 1955 the MK-5 bomb case (with a new compact/light test device inside) was dropped at 9:59:54.8 AM and exploded at about 737 foot altitude above Yucca Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  19. April 6, 1955 the MK-5 bomb case (with a new compact/light test device inside) was dropped on a parachute at 10:00:04.1 AM and exploded at about 36,620 foot altitude above Yucca Flat at the Nevada Test Site.
  20. May 21, 1956 the TX-15-X1 (a MK-15/MK-39 prototype) bomb was dropped at 5:50:38.7 AM and exploded at about 4350 foot altitude above the ocean northeast of Namu (Charlie) island in Bikini Atoll, missing its AP by 4 miles.
  21. June 16, 1956 the MK-7 bomb case (with an experimental XW-25 air defense missile warhead inside) was dropped at 1:13:53.1 PM and exploded at about 670 foot altitude above Runit (Yvonne) island in Enewetak Atoll.
  22. April 25, 1962 xxx 15:45G
  23. April 27, 1962 xxx 16:01G
  24. April 27, 1962 xxx 18:00.00.16G
  25. May 2, 1962 xxx 18:01G
  26. May 8, 1962 xxx 18:01G
  27. May 9, 1962 xxx 17:01G
  28. May 11, 1962 xxx 15:37G
  29. May 12, 1962 xxx 17:02G
  30. May 14, 1962 xxx 15:21G
  31. May 19, 1962 xxx 15:36G
  32. May 25, 1962 xxx 16:08G
  33. May 27, 1962 xxx 17:02G
  34. June 8, 1962 xxx 17:02G
  35. June 9, 1962 xxx 15:37G
  36. June 10, 1962 xxx 16:01G
  37. June 12, 1962 xxx 15:37G
  38. June 15, 1962 xxx 16:00G
  39. June 17, 1962 xxx 16:00G
  40. June 19, 1962 xxx 15:01G
  41. June 22, 1962 xxx 16:00G
  42. June 27, 1962 xxx 15:19G
  43. June 30, 1962 xxx 15:21G
  44. July 10, 1962 xxx 16:33G
  45. July 11, 1962 xxx 15:37G
  46. October 2, 1962 xxx 16:17G
  47. October 6, 1962 xxx 16:02G
  48. October 18, 1962 xxx 16:01G
  49. October 27, 1962 xxx 15:46?
  50. October 30, 1962 xxx 16:01G