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  1. 291. 8.8K views 7 months ago #ShockWave #Trump #Soviet. In this video, we're going to talk about one of the most famous and controversial nuclear tests in history: the Dog Shot test of...

    • Feb 25, 2023
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    • Atomic Tests Channel
  2. Exercise Desert Rock I during the Buster Dog test. Operation Buster–Jangle was a series of seven (six atmospheric, one cratering) nuclear weapons tests conducted by the United States in late 1951 at the Nevada Test Site. Buster–Jangle was the first joint test program between the DOD (Operation Buster) and Los Alamos National Laboratories ...

    • United States
    • 1951
    • 7
    • NTS, Areas 1–4, 6–10, Yucca Flat
  3. Jun 17, 2018 · 12. 937 views 5 years ago. The third successful test conducted for operation Buster-Jangle, codenamed Dog, was detonated at 430 meters off the ground in order to prevent nuclear fallout in...

    • Jun 17, 2018
    • 954
    • Atomic Footage Clips
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  5. Aug 11, 2017 · Nuclear physicists are using film scanners and computer analysis on old bomb test footage to uncover the weapons' secrets.Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED o...

    • Aug 11, 2017
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    • WIRED
  6. This atomic explosion, code-named Dog, was part of the Buster-Jangle series of tests. This explosion had a yield of 20 kilotons. Soldiers, part of Operation Desert Rock I, are watching from a distance of 11 kilometres. Footage obtained at the Nevada Test Site, Nevada, USA, on 1 November 1951. Model release not required.

  7. Aug 2, 2003 · The Greenhouse Test Series was conducted at Enewetok Atoll in April and May of 1951. It consisted of four relatively high yield tests (by the standards of the time) - Dog, Easy , George, and Item. Dog and Easy were proof tests of two new strategic bombs the Mk 6 and Mk 5 respectively. George and Item were the first true tests of thermonuclear ...

  8. Aug 1, 2023 · Much of the archives concerning the recordings of nuclear weapons tests are readily available online. There have been several efforts to declassify them ever since the Cold War ended in 1991.

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