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    Taiga |Pechora-Kama|

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    Date: 07:00 UTC 23/03/1971 | Type: Subsurface @-124m | Yield: 15Kt (x3)

    The Taiga experiment was set of Soviet PNE's (Peaceful Nuclear Explosion) in 1969. Three nuclear devices, each with a 15 kiloton yield were detonated 124 meters underground. The nuclear devices were specially designed to have a minimal fission yield with Only 0.3 kilotons coming from fission reactions. Despite these measures, the radiation from the explosion was detected outside the Soviet Union by several countries, including the United States and Sweden.









    Published on: 2008-01-12 (16486 reads)

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