Super nuclear submarine - HMS Ambush, the second of the Royal Navy’s new nuclear-powered 7,400 tonne Astute Class attack submarine, that is more complex engineering project than the space shuttle

Supersub: Nuclear giant submarine launches which can sit in the Channel and hear a ship in New York

Super nuclear submarine - HMS Ambush, the second of the Royal Navy’s new nuclear-powered 7,400 tonne Astute Class attack submarine, that is more complex engineering project than the space shuttle

1940s: This was the first nuclear bomb in the world. It was used on Japan to end the war. It was built in the Manhattan Project in New Mexico. It employed over 100,000 people.

1940s: This was the first nuclear bomb in the world. It was used on Japan to end the war. It was built in the Manhattan Project in New Mexico. It employed over 100,000 people.

In 1946, the US detonated two nuclear bombs in Bikini Atoll to test the effects of nuclear bombs on naval warships. The second bomb that exploded was named Baker, and it was the first nuclear bomb to detonate underwater. Recently, these rare photographs of the explosion have surfaced, giving valuable insight into the destructive properties [...]

Remarkable photos of the world's first underwater nuclear explosion

In 1946, the US detonated two nuclear bombs in Bikini Atoll to test the effects of nuclear bombs on naval warships. The second bomb that exploded was named Baker, and it was the first nuclear bomb to detonate underwater. Recently, these rare photographs of the explosion have surfaced, giving valuable insight into the destructive properties [...]

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These people are brilliant but it's a shame that they have to do it in the first place. Because people that knew nothing about them, or their culture dropped two giant nuclear bombs on them. And millions of people were killed by the bomb, and millions of people were killed by the radiation sickness, and now they have a load of radiation in their country that still needs clearing up over 60 years later.

These people are brilliant but it's a shame that they have to do it in the first place. Because people that knew nothing about them, or their culture dropped two giant nuclear bombs on them. And millions of people were killed by the bomb, and millions of people were killed by the radiation sickness, and now they have a load of radiation in their country that still needs clearing up over 60 years later.

J. Robert Oppenheimer (Oppy), (1904-1967) was the scientific director of the Manhattan Project, the World War II project that developed the first nuclear weapons.

J. Robert Oppenheimer Working Out Physics Equations on the Blackboard in His Office

J. Robert Oppenheimer (Oppy), (1904-1967) was the scientific director of the Manhattan Project, the World War II project that developed the first nuclear weapons.

In this picture provided by Japan's Association of the Photographers of the Atomic (Bomb) Destruction of Hiroshima, nuclear bomb victims are sheltered at the Hiroshima Second Military Hospital's tent relief center at the banks of the Ota River in Hiroshima, Japan, 1,150-meters (1,258-yards) from the epicenter on Aug. 7, 1945, one day after the world's first nuclear bombing by the United States. (AP Photo/The Association of the Photographers of the Atomic (Bomb) Destruction of Hiroshima…

In this picture provided by Japan's Association of the Photographers of the Atomic (Bomb) Destruction of Hiroshima, nuclear bomb victims are sheltered at the Hiroshima Second Military Hospital's tent relief center at the banks of the Ota River in Hiroshima, Japan, 1,150-meters (1,258-yards) from the epicenter on Aug. 7, 1945, one day after the world's first nuclear bombing by the United States. (AP Photo/The Association of the Photographers of the Atomic (Bomb) Destruction of Hiroshima…

Powerful and deadly: The 580mph aircraft, the first to employ the distinctive delta-wing design on a large scale, was designed to drop nuclear weapons on the foes of Great Britain

Last flight of the Vulcan: Stunning aerial pictures of bomber farewell

Powerful and deadly: The 580mph aircraft, the first to employ the distinctive delta-wing design on a large scale, was designed to drop nuclear weapons on the foes of Great Britain

The CAUSE of the bombing on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan: After the Japanese bombing on Pearl Harbor in the United States in 1945, the US seek vengeance on Japan; and thus, they decide to test out their first nuclear bombs on major cities of Japan. Above is an image of models of the two bombs dropped.

The CAUSE of the bombing on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan: After the Japanese bombing on Pearl Harbor in the United States in 1945, the US seek vengeance on Japan; and thus, they decide to test out their first nuclear bombs on major cities of Japan. Above is an image of models of the two bombs dropped.

"The Gadget" the first nuclear bomb detonated at the Trinity test site in Alamogordo New Mexico on July 16 1945 [1600x1305]

"The Gadget" the first nuclear bomb detonated at the Trinity test site in Alamogordo New Mexico on July 16 1945 [1600x1305]

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