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  • Randy Cruz

    atomic explosion in slow motion.

  • Yong Allen

    Developed by Dr. Harold Edgerton in the 1940s, the Rapatronic photographic technique allowed very early times in a nuclear explosion’s fireball growth to be recorded on film. The exposures were often as short as 10 nanoseconds, and each Rapatronic camera would take exactly one photograph. ... One of the things Edgerton was asked to photograph was the night time detonation of an atomic bomb by the military. He managed to capture the process beautifully but also the strange beauty of destruction a

  • molly reese

    nuclear explosion photography / harold edgerton

  • M Raspuzzi

    GoodnamesGone :     Harold Edgerton’s Photos of the Trinity...

  • Unique Photo

    An #Atomic Blast Shot at 1/100,000,000th of a Second taken from the #Rapatronic camera in 1952 by Harold ‘Doc’ Edgerton.

  • Mark Dowman

    Atomic Bomb Explosion, before 1952 Harold E. Edgerton

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Developed by Dr. Harold Edgerton in the 1940s, the Rapatronic photographic technique allowed very early times in a nuclear explosion’s fireball growth to be recorded on film. The exposures were often as short as 10 nanoseconds, and each Rapatronic camera would take exactly one photograph.

atomic bomb detonation edgerton

Hydrogen bomb detonation

Men watch a mushroom cloud from one of 216 above-ground or underwater nuclear test explosions in the U.S. between 1945 and 1962, when they were driven underground by the Limited Test Ban Treaty.

dramatic and chilling photograph of a hydrogen bomb detonation

Prophecy . . Zechariah 14:12 and Revelation 9: 17,18

A GRIPPING, TRUE STORY TOLD FROM AN INFANTRY SOLDIER SERVICE AS THE WORLD FACED THE POSSIBILITY OF NUCLEAR WAR. www.weweresoldier...

These photos were taken in 1952 during nuclear tests in Nevada by Harold Edgerton. They were taken less than 1/10000000 of a second after the explosion with a special camera connected to the detonator and with an exposure time of 1/1 000 000s.

explosion of atomic bomb.....PEOPLE, BE AFRAID, BE VERY AFRIAD.. LET'S HOPE THIS NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN LIKE IN 1945 OR WE ARE DEAD....LIKE IT OR NOT WE ARE DEAD.

Don't call me until all the smoke clears, and the radiation burns have healed.

Operation Greenhouse, Eenwetak Atoll, 1951: VIP Observers are lit up by the light of an atomic bomb.