Largest Nuclear Bomb blasts throughout History

The photo above was taken on July 3, 1970 by a French soldier in a place called Fangataufa. This bomb’s code is Canopus, and has the explosive force of 914 kt. The bomb was produced by the French.

Operation Upshot-Knothole, conducted at the Nevada Proving Ground between March 17 and June 4, 1953, test the new type of bomb that uses fision theory and fusion. Houses in the picture is located 3500 feet from the center of the explosion, the camera itself is protected by layer of 2 inches, it only takes 2.6 seconds from the beginning till the bomb explode explosion destroys house

July 1, 1946, in the Marshall Islands, an explosion in the form of mold / fungi occur in the North Pacific Ocean, and is the first explosion of two explosions in the Crossroads operation. In the picture can be seen several ships of war which belonged to German and Japanese Navy.

Bravo bomb testing is the worst in U.S. history because of the disaster caused by radiation. An error occurred because the U.S. one analyzes the circumstances that resulted in catastrophic weather such radiation.

Trinity bomb was the first atomic bomb test that made the U.S., dated July 16, 1945, conducted in 35 miles towards the southeast of Socorro, New Mexico, which is now named the White Sands Missile Range. His brother, The Fat Man, which uses a similar concept and design, is the bomb dropped on Nagasaki. The power of this bomb "only" 20 kilotons and was the first bomb that started or Atomic Age Atomic Age.

Badger is a powerful bomb bomb 23 kilotons, was fired on April 18, 1953 at the Nevada Test Site, the bomb was part of Operation Upshot-Knothole.

Hiroshima and Nagasaki who fired into the Kingdom of Japan by U.S. President Harry S. permission Truman is the first atomic bomb attack, the first bomb Little Boy who was fired on August 6, 1945, Monday in Hiroshima, while the second bomb "The Fat Man" were fired on Nagasaki on August 9, 1945.These two atomic bomb attacks that ended the Japanese resistance in the second World War. total deaths reached more than 200,000 inhabitants.