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    Date: 07:00 UTC 04/10/1956 | Type: Surface @2m | Yield: 1.5Kt

    The second Buffalo shot was fired at the Marcoo site. It was a test of a low-yield Mark I enriched uranium device for the Blue Danube bomb. The device was detonated on the surface to collect ground shock and cratering data. The explosion produced a crater 160 feet wide, 40 feet deep and a 58 inch lip. Unexpected rain showers occurred after the explosion and as a result accurate fallout data could not be obtained.









    Published on: 2007-04-10 (6716 reads)

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