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    atomicarchive
    Priscilla (37 kt)


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    PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:05 am Reply with quote

    Operation Hardtack, test TEAK. View over Hawaiian Islands.




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    Grapple
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    PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 12:43 pm Reply with quote

    Very silly question,but i always had this doubt...

    There´s no oxygen in space,right?
    How is possible to a nuclear explosion occur there?
    Sorry for my bad english.
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    PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:11 pm Reply with quote

    Nothing influences nuclear energy allocation. In atmosphere the mushroom, because of condensation and oxygen is formed. And in space purely nuclear explosion, a good example the Sun, is in space and allocates energy.
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    PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:23 pm Reply with quote

    I have some of those pictures on the site already, but not all of them and not in as higher resolution. Thanks for posting them.
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    PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 10:52 pm Reply with quote

    Grapple wrote:
    Very silly question,but i always had this doubt...

    There´s no oxygen in space,right?
    How is possible to a nuclear explosion occur there?
    Sorry for my bad english.


    Nuclear reactions are not chemical interactions. Combustion is a chemical reaction.

    Nuclear radiation and associated emission particles (including alpha, beta, neutrons, "daughter" nuclei, and more) can have powerful effects on chemical substances around them, including the gases nitrogen and oxygen in the atmosphere.

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    Here are some quick, nominal restorations of mine.

    I took some liberties in removing star trails, since they appear so similar to dust defects. The time exposure to reveal the red radiation fireball overexposed the debris field, and created star trails.





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