July 28, 1957, Over the Atlantic Ocean - A C-124 transport aircraft that was having mechanical problems jettisoned two nuclear weapons without their fissile cores off the east coast of the United States.
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We won't know that for several years, if ever.
Tthe last hydrogen bomb was set of 1991 under the Nevada desert.
No, I don't think I would. The radiation after the nuclear bomb went off would be extraordinary, and after living in it, it would be a painful way to die. I think I would rather be at ground zero if the nuke was to go off. No muss, no fuss, and a quick death.
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first off, of course, a nuclear bomb is thousands of times stronger than a normal bomb. a nuclear bomb also carries radiation, energy that causes poisoning and cancer, while most normal bombs cant do that.
US, who else?
Hiroshima was nearly totally destroyed by the atom bomb.
The first ever nuclear bomb to go off was called "trinity"
Am not aware of any accidental nuclear explosions. Anywhere. Ever.
1946 off by one year, 1945