Russia releases secret video of nuclear bomb blast

Russia releases secret video of nuclear bomb blast

A 40-minute highly-publicized video was released last week by the Russian nuclear power company Rosatam. The video shows the world's most powerful hydrogen bomb. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police recruiting center at Nobaya Jemlia Island in the North Pole. It is said to be 3,333 times more powerful than the U.S. atomic bomb Fat 4, which caused horrors in Hiroshima, Japan during World War II. The video, titled "The Most Secret: Testing a 50 MW Power Plant," contains all the vivid images from the time it was built to the time of the explosion.

Earlier, images of this historic explosion were unclear and incomplete. However, the documentary, released by Rosatam, contains a number of eyewitness accounts of the world's 50 million tonnes of explosives, the world's most powerful hydrogen bomb. It was built by the Soviet Union as part of an ongoing nuclear power competition with the United States. The United States first tested the Trinity atomic bomb in 1945, and 16 years later the Soviet Union tested the world's largest nuclear bomb. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a TU-95 Soviet fighter jet. It exploded just 4,000 feet from the site of the blast, with huge lights and smoky clouds shining all over the sky.

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