31 January 2014

What a Ground-Penetrating Nuclear Bomb's Impact Looks Like | RallyPoint.com



By Jamie Condliffe
Copyright 2014 Gizmodo

A ground-penetrating nuclear bomb has been slammed into the surface of the US for the first time in six years—but, fortunately, without its nuclear warhead in place.

These images are the result of new tests by Sandia National Laboratories of the B61-11 nuclear bomb. Picked from a stockpile of US weaponry, it was fitted with sensors, chilled to simulate the low temperatures it would experience when strapped to an aircraft, then driven into a concrete target. The odd patterning is in place to help engineers analyze the bomb's path.

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