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Hydrogen bomb explosion Canvas Art
Hydrogen bomb explosion. Mushroom cloud produced by the detonation of XX-33 Romeo, an 11-megaton thermonuclear bomb, on 26 March 1954. This was one of a series of six detonations carried out during Op

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Hydrogen bomb explosion Canvas Art

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\Mushroom cloud\ resulting from the test detonation of a hydrogen bomb, the world's first thermonuclear explosion. The device was detonated on the surface of a barge at Enewatak Atoll on October 31st,