nuclear burst

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Primary contributors are ships, forces, other friendly transmissions, enemy transmissions, spurious emissions from equipment, the ship's metallic hull, natural and environmental noise, and possibly EMP resulting from a nuclear burst.
Greg Ginet, AFRL/VSB); Jamming and Damage Protection of EO Sensors (Gerard Simon, AFRL/MLPJ); RF Effects on Satellite Simulation (Keith Farmer, Jaycor); Laser Effects Testing for Model Correlation (John Frisbie, AFRL/VSSE); Reconfigurable Spacecraft Architectures (Scott Tyson, AFRL/VSSE); Exo-Atmospheric Nuclear Burst Scenarios for Evaluating Satellite Survivability (Bob Greaves, AFRL/VSSE); Progress in Plasma Shielding for Satellites (Stephen Lucero, AFRL/VSSE); and Status of AFRL Satellite Nuclear Radiation Codes (Pat Helles, AFRL/VSSE).
Greg Ginet, AFRL/VSB); Jamming and Damage Protection of EO Sensors (Gerard Simon, AFRL/MLPJ); RF Effects on Satellite Simulation (Keith Farmer, laycor); Laser Effects Testing for Model Correlation (John Frisbie, AFRL/VSSE); Reconfigurable Spacecraft Architectures (Scott Tyson, AFRL/VSSE); Exo-Atmospheric Nuclear Burst Scenari os for Evaluating Satellite Survivability (Bob Greaves, AFRL/VSSE); Progress in Plasma Shielding for Satellites (Stephen Lucero, AFRL/VSSE); and Status of AFRL Satellite Nuclear Radiation Codes (Pat Helles, AFRL/VSSE).
Survival of a saturated nuclear environment typical of a high-altitude nuclear burst, requires a hardness of 1 to 5 [(10).
But the sound effects are a different class altogether, from the ding of pinball buzzers, to the nuclear bursts of Sonic's speed surges.
The fortress was built in 1961 and staffed by Royal Observers Corps volunteers whose job was to pick up nuclear bursts and monitor fall-out during the Cold War.
DURING the 1950s, with Cold War fears at their height, the Royal Observer Corps was given the responsibility of reporting nuclear bursts and monitoring fall-out if there were an attack.
Of interest for applications in the Strategic Defense Initiative program, such electron beams may also be useful for highspeed X-ray photography, welding, simulating the effects of nuclear bursts and studying rapidly heated materials.