What Happens After an Underground Nuclear Test

Underground Nuclear Test: Nuclear tests vaporize everything around them in a certain area. When it comes to underground test sites, can create phenomena known as subsidence craters. Basically, the force of a nuclear explosion destabilizes the ground around it and creates a giant sinkhole.

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This video description doesn’t leave much in the way of details. It looks like it might be a Nevada test site. The surrounding environment appears to be incompatible with Amchitka, an Alaskan island also used for underground tests. This may have been one of the testing sites used in New Mexico and Colorado, although they had very limited scope.

If it’s Nevada, it could be footage from one of the 828 underground tests conducted at the site. But wherever it happened it was a loud explosion.

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