Atomic Bomb Facts – Interesting Facts About Nuclear Weapons

10 Facts About Atomic Bomb

Hiroshima and Nagasaki are not radioactive anymore because the bombs didn’t touch the ground as they were denoted in the air.

By the time the atomic bomb was made Germany had already surrendered and the war in Europe was over. Japan was defeated as well, but wouldn’t surrender.

Nearly 76,000 buildings in the city were destroyed at the time. 92% of these were destroyed by the blast and the fire.

A month after the nuclear bombing, Hiroshima was taken by a typhoon that killed 2,000 people.

S. considered dropping an atomic bomb on the moon to show its military superiority during the Cold War.

Nearly 10% of the electricity in U.S. is fueled from the dismantled nuclear bombs, including Russian ones until 2003.

The first atomic bomb was produced at Los Alamos laboratory and successfully tested on July 16, 1945 in New Mexico.

Atomic bombs were later developed by Russia, Great Britain, France and China subsequently.

The code name of the atomic bomb that was detonated over Nagasaki was “Fat Man”, it was plutonium-based.

A man survived both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombing.