Bikini Atoll, March 1, 1954. Castle Bravo at 15 Megatons (1000x Hiroshima) was the largest nuclear test conducted by the United States. #HydrogenBomb

Bikini Atoll, March 1, 1954. Castle Bravo at 15 Megatons (1000x Hiroshima) was the largest nuclear test conducted by the United States. #HydrogenBomb

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Labaste print Castle Bravo - Limited edition

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10 Mind-Blowing Illusion Paintings That Make You Look Twice

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Castle Bravo mushroom cloud, Bikina Atoll, 1954

Castle Bravo mushroom cloud, Bikina Atoll, 1954

Diving into the unthinkable cold truths of a nuclear war | Ars Technica

Diving into the unthinkable cold truths of a nuclear war

Diving into the unthinkable cold truths of a nuclear war | Ars Technica

Castle Bravo nuclear test. (Most powerful nuclear device ever detonated by the United States.)

Castle Bravo nuclear test. (Most powerful nuclear device ever detonated by the United States.)

Those Who Witnessed Castle Bravo Looked Into Armageddon. Castle Bravo. U.S. government photo. At top—the explosion’s fireball and mushroom cloud photographed from more than 30 miles away.

Those Who Witnessed Castle Bravo Looked Into Armageddon

Those Who Witnessed Castle Bravo Looked Into Armageddon. Castle Bravo. U.S. government photo. At top—the explosion’s fireball and mushroom cloud photographed from more than 30 miles away.

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