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  1. 15 Incredible Nuclear Tests Top Fives 2.55M subscribers Subscribe 35K Share Save 4.2M views 2 years ago The power of the atom is an amazing and scary things to witness. Today we'll be taking a...

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  4. Mar 24, 2017 · Now, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has begun releasing digitized videos of the thousands of films taken of American tests conducted over the decades—particularly during the peak of the...

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  5. Jan 31, 2020 · Budding young nuclear scientists were encouraged to use the enclosed instruments to measure the samples’ radioactivity, observe radioactive decay, and even go prospecting for radioactive ores. Yes, the Gilbert company definitely intended for kids to try this at home.

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  6. Aug 12, 2017 · [Narrator] On July 16, 1945, the United States tested the first atomic bomb called Trinity. Over the next five decades the country tested more than 200 bombs in the atmosphere. The explosions,...

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  7. On August 6, 1945 an atomic bomb named Little Boy was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan. The explosion was huge, the city was destroyed, and tens of thousands of people were killed. The bomb was dropped by a plane named the Enola Gay which was piloted by Colonel Paul Tibbetts. The bomb itself was over 10 feet long and weighed around 10,000 pounds.

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