How to Photograph an Atomic Bomb: Plumbbob Hood, 74 kilotons, Nevada Test Site, July 5, 1957.

The Plumbbob Hood, 74 kilotons, Nevada Test Site, July This bomb is used with uranium the same power source inside of the nuclear reactors.

August 06, 1945. Mushroom cloud from the atomic explosion over Hiroshima. S)

Hiroshima August 1945 The U. dropped an atomic bomb on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki killing millions of people. This was because Japan had attacked the U.

atomic test mushroom cloud

"nuclear chemistry [was] developed from 1939 onwards" The Chemical Tree.

amazing cloud.............Cloud???  It looks like a mushroom cloud after a nuclear bomb, if I saw that, I would be scared, not taking pictures.  It is amazing for this to happen naturally.

Atomic Bomb Test Nuclear Mushroom Cloud 11 x 14 Photo Picture Poster

Photographs of Atomic Bomb Tests Are Like Science Fiction Made Real

Photographs of Atomic Bomb Tests Are Like Science Fiction Made Real

The Soviet 'Tsar Bomba' explosion, with 50 MT power releasing more energy than the entire earth receives from the sun each second.

Brain as a tree and heart for roots

With tiny, precise pen strokes and careful cross-hatching, Italian artist Alfred Basha captures the complexity of natural life. His drawings interweave ani

Dietrich Wegner | Playhouse | 2006-08   ~  Playhouse sculpture, “a twenty-foot-tall tree house posing as an atomic mushroom cloud” to show contradictions between “two conflicting ideas” .  We experience a contradiction between what our eyes enjoy and what our mind knows. It is this conflicted experience Dietrich Wegner’s work strives to evoke in a viewer in order that we will have a sparked curiosity and unstable assumptions.

Dietrich Wegner: "Playhouse" “A twenty-foot-tall tree house posing as an atomic mushroom cloud” to show contradictions between “two conflicting ideas”.

Mushroom Cloud Explosion from Nuclear Testing.

Another cool looking Mushroom Cloud Explosion that would make a great tattoo.

Operation Castle Romeo | first test of the TX-17 thermonuclear weapon (initially the "emergency capability" EC-17), the first deployed U.S. thermonuclear bomb. The so-called "runt" device was a weaponized "dry" fusion bomb, using lithium deuteride fuel for the fusion stage of a "staged" fusion bomb, unlike the cryogenic liquid deuterium of the first-generation Ivy Mike fusion device. March 27, 1954

Operation Castle - Romeo Event The Romeo Event was part of Operation Castle. Romeo was detonated from a barge near Bikini atoll on March Photo courtesy of National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada Site Office

Pinterest
Search