Aerial view of an atomic bomb explosion

This is an aerial shot from Operation Buster Jangle shot Easy. November 5, 1951 detonated in Area 7 of the Nevada Test Site. 31 KT. A very famous shot. See it in "Atomic Filmmakers." Silent.

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Hiroshima: Dropping The Bomb - Hiroshima - BBC
Hear first-hand accounts from the air and ground, re-telling every memory from the day the world first witnessed the horrors of atomic warfare. Taken From Hiroshima Subscribe to the BBC Worldwide channel: BBC Worldwide Channel: This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.

First Soviet hydrogen bomb test (1953)
Purchase of footages and offers, contact us - Date: 12/08/1953 | Type: Tower 30m | Yield: 400kt Joe-4 was the fifth Soviet nuclear test and demonstrated the use of fusion in a weaponizable design known as the Sloika or "Layer Cake" design. The device obtained nearly all of its yield from fission and was limited for practical purposes to yields of less than 1Mt. The RDS-6s warhead used a U-235 fissile core surrounded by alternating layers of lithium-6 deuteride spiked with tritium, and a uranium fusion tamper inside a high explosive implosion system. Though not a true thermonuclear weapon the USSR claimed it was, and in conjunction with the fact that it was air-deliverable caused considerable embarasment to the US. The US did not successfuly test a deliverable thermonuclear bomb untill 1954.

Atomic Bomb Test
The Atomic Cannon, at 280 mm, was the largest nuclear capable mobile artillery piece manufactured by the United States. On May 25, 1953, a 280 mm cannon fired an atomic projectile a distance of 7 miles at the Nevada Test Site. Twenty 280 mm cannons were manufactured. None were used in battle. (Sound effects Added.)

5 Nuclear Detonations that went WRONG | Top 5 Countdown
Even if they are the most dangerous weapons ever created, nuclear weapons still don't scare some people. Here are 5 Nuclear detonations that went WRONG. ★Credits: Starfish Prime: Standing under a nuke (Operation Plumbbob): Lake Chagan (Chagan Nuclear test): Storax Sedan: The Nuke that almost exploded over North Carolina (1961 Goldsboro B-52 crash): ★Top 5 Website and Social Media: Top 5 Countdown: Facebook: Twitter: ★Music provided by Incompetech Link: ★Countdown subjects: Number 5: Starfish Prime Number 4: Standing under a Nuke (Operation Plumbbob) Number 3: Lake Chagan Number 2: Storax Sedan Number 1: The Nuke that almost exploded over North Carolina