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Declassified nuclear detonation films released to the public for the first time

The newly released videos have never before been seen by the general public

Sixty-two newly declassified videos have just been released by the US government showing footage of atmospheric nuclear tests from the first half of the 20th century. The videos, never before seen by the general public, have been uploaded to YouTube, offering scientists and historians a fascinating new look at a time of extreme nuclear experimentation.

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Category: Physics

Tags:
  • Bombs
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Nuclear weapons
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