The energy released from a nuclear weapon detonated in the troposphere can
be divided into ..... open with no terrain or building masking effects within a radius
of 0–3 km from a 1 megaton air...
NUKEMAP is a Google Maps mash-up that calculates the effects of the
detonation of a nuclear bomb.
Feb 16, 2012 ... A 100 megaton nuclear bomb would be equal to the effect of exploding ... The
radiation radius would stretch to 4.65 miles, coating the whole of ...
A nuclear explosion releases vast amounts of energy in the form of blast, heat
and ... 3 km radius A radioactive fireball hotter than the Sun and with the force of ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Radius of Nuclear Bomb&v=Aza-2wopCFY
Apr 4, 2013 ... Just a Video of how awful nuclear bombs are. ... being less accurate and thusly
needing a higher damage radius to reliably destroy their target.
The threat of nuclear terrorism is not limited to New York City or Washington, DC.
... Imagine the consequences of a 10-kiloton weapon exploding in San ...
Most buildings are demolished and there will be almost no survivors (much larger
strategic nuclear weapons will greatly extend this radius of destruction).
Nuclear Blast Damage Obviously, if a thermonuclear bomb exploded close to
your home, you'd have little hope of surviving the blast. But what if one exploded
25 Megaton Air Blast: Pressure Damage Radius of destructive circle: 6.5 miles 12
pounds per square inch. The remains of some buildings' foundations are ...
Both the Hiroshima and the Nagasaki atomic bombs exhibited similar effects. ...
The gamma radiations emitted by the nuclear explosion did not, of course, inflict
... In both cities the blast totally destroyed everything within a radius of 1 mile from