Sometimes called hydrogen bombs or H-bombs
, these second-generation nuclear devices entered US and Soviet arsenals in the 1950s, threatening adversaries with a vastly greater destructive force compared with atomic bombs dropped on Japan in the final days of the Second World War.
Even in H-bombs
, the primary explosion needed to generate the energy that helps kick-start the fusion process is caused by a fission reaction, which later causes a secondary explosion, which is triggered by the fusion of the hydrogen isotopes.
mission circulated a report Wednesday from the country's news agency saying North Korean scientists and technicians "are in high spirit to detonate H-bombs
Another conference was held Tuesday by the Japan Congress Against A- and H-Bombs
, commonly known as Gensuikin.
By DAVE SMITH at the New Den ALEX NEIL unleashed his H-bombs
on Millwall who were simply blown away by a Norwich side on a promotion mission.
ALEX NEIL unleashed his H-bombs
as Millwall were blown away by a Norwich side on a promotion mission.
Radioactive carbon increased by "dirty" H-bombs
of 1961-62 opens up a way for measuring the metabolic turnover rate of tissue in the brain, heart, liver and blood stream, without endangering the human subject.
Caption: In January 1961, a B-52 released two H-bombs
over North Carolina.
It's up the H-bombs
to ensure it becomes a mouthwatering reality.
Oil was the only thing the Soviets had in the 1980s that anyone in the rest of the world wanted to buy, besides ICBMs and H-bombs
, and they weren't for sale.
There was also a German engineer in the '70s who wanted to set off 200 H-bombs
in the Sahara, connecting the desert to the Mediterranean Sea to create hydropower.
The Japan Congress Against A- and H-Bombs
, known as Gensuikin, will gather people suffering from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant accident as well as survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings among participants to the events through Aug.