Top 5 most terrible atomic bombs in world history

Atomic bomb explosions that occurred in the past made people shudder in fear because of the terrible impact it caused.

1. "Little Boy" atomic bomb

The "Little Boy" atomic bomb was the nuclear bomb that the United States dropped on Hiroshima, Japan on August 6, 1945. According to estimates, about 192,020 people died in Hiroshima due to heat, radiation and other consequences of the "Little Boy" nuclear bomb. “Little Boy” has a mass of 4,400 kg, a length of 3 meters and a diameter of 71 cm. This nuclear bomb was dropped from the cabin of the US Air Force B-29 "Enola Gay" bomber.
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2. “Fat Man” atomic bomb

"Fat Man" was the second atomic bomb that the United States dropped on Nagasaki, Japan on August 9, 1945. According to estimates, about 70,000 people here died because the "Fat Man" atomic bomb exploded. The "Fat Man" atomic bomb weighed 4,633 kg, had a diameter of 1.5 m and a length of 3.3 m. The explosion of this atomic bomb caused a mushroom cloud to rise 18.2 km high.
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3. AN606 thermonuclear bomb

The AN606 thermonuclear bomb, nicknamed the Tsar Bomba, is one of the most destructive atomic bombs in history. Accordingly, on October 30, 1961, the Soviet Union exploded a test of the Tsar bomb at an altitude of 4,000 m on an island in the Arctic Circle called Novaya Zemlya (new land). After the nuclear bomb exploded, a mushroom cloud was formed up to 60 km high. The explosion created a strong earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richter scale with a destruction radius of 900 km. The Tsar Bomb has an explosive yield of 50 megatons, equivalent to 50 million tons of TNT explosives, with a destructive power greater than 3,800 bombs dropped on Hiroshima in World War 2. This is also the largest atomic bomb ever made. create and explode.
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4. Atomic bomb tested by the Soviet Union

On December 24, 1962, the Soviet Union conducted test number 219 in Novaya Zemlya. The bomb has a destructive power of up to 24.2 megatons. This nuclear weapon has terrible destructive power, sweeping everything in a radius of more than 9 square kilometers and causing third-degree burns in an area of ​​5,800 square kilometers. This nuclear bomb test by the Soviet Union took place in the context of this country's arms race with the United States.
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5. The first hydrogen bomb was made by the US

Castle Bravo is the code name of the first hydrogen bomb test conducted by the United States on Bikini Island, in the Marshall Islands, Pacific Ocean on March 1, 1945. This nuclear weapon is designed with an explosive yield of 15 megatons of TNT. Therefore, when it exploded, it created a fireball with a diameter of 7 km. The mushroom-shaped smoke cloud formed from the explosion reached a height of 40 km with a diameter of 10 km after 10 minutes of the explosion. The amount of radiation spread over an area of ​​160 km from the center of the explosion, thereby causing the worst nuclear bomb disaster in US history.
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