Sunday, July 25


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Trinity test: the nuclear detonation that changed the world | Digital Trends Spanish

Its code name was Trinity and it was held on July 16, 1945, a day like today 76 years ago. It was the first detonation of a nuclear bomb as a test and the first encounter of humanity with this type of weapons of mass destruction. The Trinity test was carried out in the New Mexico desert at 5:30 in the morning, in a sector so dry that it was known as the Jornada del Muerto. That detonation, which was successful, was marked by tragedy, because it conditioned what would happen less than a month later with Little Boy and Fat Man, the bombs that fell on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, respectively. In fact, the latter used plutonium as fissile material, the same one used in Trinity. Although official figures vary, it is estimated that between the two tragic events between 150,000 and 250,000 people...
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The most powerful nuclear test in history is declassified | Digital Trends Spanish

On October 30, 1961, the authorities of the dissolved Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) dropped the most powerful atomic bomb in history. This is shown by a declassified video, showing the detonation of the Tsar Bomba in New Zembla, an archipelago located in the Arctic Ocean, according to Sky News. It was the most powerful explosion ever created by man, equivalent to 50 megatons of trinitrotoluene (TNT), which is equivalent to 3,000 times the attack on Hiroshima by the United States. The British media noted that the Russian nuclear energy agency, Rosatom, disclosed the material once classified as top secret on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the nuclear industry. "The video shows the large massive explosion from a variety of angles and distances, as wel...
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Beirut explosion what is a blast wave and how does it work? | Digital Trends Spanish

The atomic bomb of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is perhaps the most graphic example of what the liberating power of a great explosion can mean for humanity. All with regard to two huge explosions that took place this day in a port in Beirut (capital of Lebanon) leaving at least 10 dead and an indefinite number of wounded; in addition to massive material damage. According to local media, the emergency occurred inside a fireworks warehouse. However, the Lebanese security director later said the explosions were caused by "highly explosive material confiscated." A large explosion shakes Beirut, leaving at least 10 dead and a large number of injured, security sources and Reuters witnesses said ???????? More information ????????