When did the atomic bomb was droppped on nagasaki?
August 9 1945.
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Three days after the bomb on hiroshima was dropped(August 9, 1945)
the population of Nagasaki after the atomic bomb was 166,000. .
The worst damage done by dropping the Atom Bomb is that thousands of innocent civilians, men women and children were vaporised; that more thousands became horribly sick and di…ed soon thereafter; that more thousands developed illnesses from radiation later; and Americans became forever known as the only people in the world who ever did such a bad thing. If we had detonated the bomb a few miles out to sea, it would haver ended the war just as soon, without causing that irreparable harm to those people and to our reputation.
The United State dropped the atomic bomb on Nagasaki. Bockscar is the name of the U. S. Army Air Forces B-29 bomber that dropped the the atomic bomb, "Fat Man," on Nagasaki …on August 9, 1945. The name, which is painted on the aircraft is a pun on "boxcar," after the name of the aircraft's commander, Captain Frederick C. Bock. For this mission, however, it was Major Charles Sweeney who flew Bockscar. Over the years, some official and unofficial documents have mistakenly called the plane Bock's Car, Bocks Car or Box Car. The name of the bombardier who released the atomic bomb is Captain Kermit Beahan. See Sources and related links for additional information and a photo of Bockscar.
Hiroshima - 6 august 1945 Nagasaki - 9 august 1945
It landed on the city of Nagasaki! --------------------------------------------------------- It did not land anywhere, it was an airburst at 1,540 feet. Ground zero below t…hepoint of the blast was halfway between the Mitsubishi Steel andArms Works in the south and the Mitsubishi-Urakami Ordnance Worksin the north, roughly 1.9 miles from Nagasaki the intended target.
According to the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the population in Japan in October 1940 was estimated to be 73,114,308; in November 1945 the populat…ion was estimated at 71,998,104. Japan was visibly a thriving country that was hit very hard by the bombing.
One day after the atomic bomb hit Hiroshima in Japan.
Leukemia, Lymphoma and Multiple Myeloma, Nervous sytem tumors and their response relation were obeserved for all solid nodules, adenoma, nodules without histological diagnosis…, autoimmune hipothyroidism,stomach tumors and breast diseases. The population has a long follow-up (50 years) and includes both sexes and all ages of exposure, allowing a direct comparation of risks by these factors. the population has a long follow-up (50 years) and includes both sexes and all ages of exposure, allowing a direct comparation of risks by these factors.Because of the use of Japanese family rgistration system, mortality data are virtually complete for survivors who remained in Japan. The serult in the coral reefs in the Binini Island who were demolished by nuclear blast came alive again after 50 years.
Yes, on August 9, 1945, three days after Hiroshima was bombed. It was a different type of bomb from Hiroshima though. The bomb dropped on Hiroshima was made by splitting ur…anium atoms, and was nicknamed Little Boy. However, the bomb dropped on Nagasaki was plutonium. It was nicknamed Fat Man and was the same type as the first A-bomb tested at Alamogordo, NM.
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Chaotic conditions made accurate accounts most difficult. Some victims were vaporized instantly, many survivors were horribly disfigured, and death from radiation was uncertai…n-it might not claim its victims for days, weeks, months, or even years. The initial death count in Hiroshima, set at 42,000-93,000, was based solely on the disposal of bodies, and was thus much too low. Later surveys covered body counts, missing persons, and neighborhood surveys during the first months after the bombing, yielding a more reliable estimate of 130,000 dead as of November 1945. A similar survey by officials in Nagasaki set its death toll at 60,000-70,000. (Its plutonium bomb was more powerful, but its destructive range was limited by surrounding hills and mountains). Additional counts indicated high levels of short-term mortality in both cities: -Over 90% of persons within 500 meters (1,600 ft.) of ground zero in both cities died. -At 1.5 km (almost one mile), over 2/3 were casualties, and 1/3 died. -Of those at a distance of 2 km (1.2 mi.), half were casualties, 10% of whom died. -Casualties dropped to 10% at distances over 4 km (2.4 mi.) Atomicbombmuseum
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There was a 3rd Atomic Bomb called the gadget bomb. It was based onthe 'fat man' bomb. However, it was never used as Japansurrendered, it was schedule to be detonated on Japan… on August12th 1945 but due to the surrender, it was never used.