Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima, Japan
Land, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, Atomic Bomb Dome, Day, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Outdoors, Peace Memorial Museum, Ruins, Sky, UNESCO World Heritage, Japan, Real Time
VINTAGE ATOMIC BOMB IMAGERY 1950 - 17
THIS IS A COMPLETE B-ROLL AND FILE SELECTION OF EVERYTHING TO DO WITH THE 1950’S ATOMIC BOMB SCARE.
1950s NEWSREELS
ATOMIC BOMB BLAST, ATOMIC BOMB TEST
Hiroshima bomb
Colour footage from Enola Gay over Hiroshima and the atomic explosion.
Bridgeman Images Details
Atomic bomb explosion as seen from distances during Operation Crossroads at Bikini Atoll in Marshall islands.
The damage caused due to an atomic bomb test during Operation Crossroads at Bikini Atoll in Marshall islands. The Bikini Atoll at zero hour. The atom bomb burst seen from twelve mile distance. A U.S. Air Force B-29 Superfortress in flight in between the atomic cloud carrying a bomb. Several views of the atomic cloud. Atomic bomb explosion views. Another shot of the atomic bomb burst from the distance of seven miles distance. Location: Marshall Islands. Date: 1948.
ATOM BOMB EXPLOSION
Location Unknown / Unclear. <br/> <br/>Various shots of atom bomb explosions from distance.
China's first nuclear weapon test, 1964
China's first nuclear weapon test, 1964. This test took place on 16 October 1964 at the Lop Nur test site in Xinjiang, north-eastern China. Numbered 596 in lists of nuclear tests, it was a uranium fission device with a yield of 22 kilotons. This successful test meant that China became the world's fifth nuclear power
1950
l/s a-bomb nuclear explosion mushroom cloud - atomic - atom bomb - cold war
War in Ukraine: after the "Rasputitsa", watch out for the "J'menfoutitsa"!
Radio France: filmed programmes
Various Subjects
ATOMIC BOMBS
Japan Hiroshima 3
Lanterns shine on atomic bomb dome memorial
Nuclear fission
Nuclear fission animation. Nuclear fission is the source of the energy released in a nuclear bomb or nuclear reactor. It occurs when an atom of uranium-235 (red and yellow) absorbs a neutron (yellow), causing it to split into two smaller nuclei (krypton-92 and barium-141), gamma rays (flashes) and three free neutrons. This releases a large amount of energy, and the neutrons can then split other uranium nuclei. In a reactor, materials that absorb free neutrons are used to control the rate of the reaction. In a nuclear bomb, there is a runaway chain reaction that releases an immense amount of energy.
Paramount
Hiroshima Peace Memorial in Hiroshima, Japan
ATOMIC CITY
ATOMIC BOMB SANDWICH
Atomic blast / Nagasaki - atomic bomb
Atomic blast / Nagasaki - atomic bomb
Burning palm trees in slow motion with animation showing atomic bomb blast thermal power.
Animation showing changes in atomic bomb blast thermal power over the course of ten seconds time. Slow motion view of palm trees burning during atomic bomb test blast. Location: Nevada United States USA. Date: 1955.
ATOMIC - ATOM BOMB
SCHELL PIECE ON THE TRIAL
Operation Crossroads atom bomb test, 1946
Operation Crossroads atom bomb test. This is the Baker atomic explosion carried out at Bikini Atoll, in the Pacific, at 21:34 UTC on 24 July 1946 as part of Operation Crossroads. Baker was the first underwater nuclear detonation. The yield was thousands of tons of TNT, with the column of water vapour reaching thousands of metres into the air. The explosion and wave of water overwhelmed and sank unmanned test ships
Various Subjects
ATOMIC BOMBS
ATOM BOMB AFTERMATH
Unused / unissued material - dates and locations unclear or unknown. <br/> <br/>Atom bomb aftermath. Japan. <br/> <br/>Aerial shots of the devastation caused by the atomic bomb in Hiroshima. <br/> <br/>Cuts for 45/80.
Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima, Japan
Land, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, Atomic Bomb Dome, Day, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Outdoors, Peace Memorial Museum, Ruins, Sky, UNESCO World Heritage, Japan, Real Time
Russia, China, Iran: dangerous connections
France 5
China's first nuclear weapon test, 1964
China's first nuclear weapon test, 1964. This test took place on 16 October 1964 at the Lop Nur test site in Xinjiang, north-eastern China. Numbered 596 in lists of nuclear tests, it was a uranium fission device with a yield of 22 kilotons. This successful test meant that China became the world's fifth nuclear power.