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    RusAtom
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    PostPosted: Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:54 pm Reply with quote

    Operation "Tulpan"* - 2 (or more) missile launch (ICBM).
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    Я загружу это видео позже.
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    Rus-51
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    PostPosted: Sat Dec 18, 2010 2:00 pm Reply with quote

    I don't understand, if you've this film why you don't give it for us?

    RusAtom wrote:
    I found this on my hard drive.

    An opinion of mine, it's only a sarcasm from you.
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    revolutionman
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    PostPosted: Sat Dec 18, 2010 9:29 pm Reply with quote

    Hey we appreciate you sharing the still frames, but why not share the film, that is the point here, to have an open forum, and to progress on in the history of archival nuclear weapons testing information.
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    PostPosted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 1:55 pm Reply with quote

    "AZER SYNDROM" come back Rolling Eyes
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    sonicbomb
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    PostPosted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 3:26 pm Reply with quote

    We would all appreciate it if you shared the video RusAtom. I can host it for you if that would help?
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    PostPosted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 7:43 pm Reply with quote

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    Operation "Tulpan"* - 2 (or more) missile launch (ICBM).
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    He said he going to upload the video later
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    PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 12:12 am Reply with quote

    Baikal wrote:

    He said he going to upload the video later




    That would be nice.


    People should not be so quick to cast a potentially contributing member of the forum under the same light as some "other" past members. It may discourage further sharing.

    And the pictures are awesome. Thank you.
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    PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 2:08 am Reply with quote

    Now with Operation Tulpan, did the Soviets have separate operations similar with the U.S. for dealing with changes in weapon design, or testing experiments? Obviously they had done so, but I was not aware they also grouped their tests together in lengths of a said "operation", for a period of time.
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    PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 2:50 am Reply with quote

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    Now with Operation Tulpan, did the Soviets have separate operations similar with the U.S. for dealing with changes in weapon design, or testing experiments? Obviously they had done so, but I was not aware they also grouped their tests together in lengths of a said "operation", for a period of time.


    Hello. Yes, they did it. In fact, the Operation Tyulpan formed part of a program of nuclear tests with short and long reaches rockets.

    In 1961, the soviet government determined finishes a moratorium of 33 months that began on november 3, 1958. In Novaya Zemlya, was planned a serie of nuclear test in atmospheric and underwater ambient. The program was aimed tests powerful termonuclear warheads and exercises for the Armed Forces. Some tests:

    - "Vozduj", september 10, 1961. Air drop, altitude 2000 m, yield 2700 kt.

    - "Volga", september 10, 1961. Rocket (a R-11M or R-12?), altitude 390 m, yield 12 kt.

    - "Roza", september 12, 1961. Rocket (R-12), altitude 1190 m, yield 1150 kt.

    - "Raduga", october 20, 1961. Rocket (R-13, lauched from a K-102 submarine), 530-1000 m, yield 1450 kt.

    Here is a very interesting information Arrow

    I can write about these tests.

    Anothers: Operation K

    Also was realized experiments (with rockets) with only one nuclear detonation (Operations Baikal, ZUR-215, Grom and Groza): http://www.kapyar.ru/index.php?pg=404
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    PostPosted: Thu Dec 23, 2010 4:22 pm Reply with quote

    Hello. About Operation Tyulpan, I found this:

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    Далее стрельбу ракетой с ядерной боеголовкой провели Ракетные войска стратегического назначения. На сей раз предстояло осуществить пуск новой баллистической жидкостной ракеты большой дальности по боевому полю севернее губы Митюшихи уже из Восточной Сибири. Тут опять вступили в свои права природные силы из-за сильных атмосферных помех в самый ответственный момент прервалась связь с полигоном. И только благодаря отличной подготовке его специалистов пуск состоялся. Причем ракета почти точно попала в колышек.

    А ведь новая ракета с термоядерным зарядом в сложнейших условиях преодолела тысячи километров, пролетела из района Читы через всю страну на Новую Землю, хотя ракетная техника в те годы не была еще столь совершенной и надежной, как теперь. Также надо отметить, что это уникальное учение, эта самая опасная боевая стрельба прошла перед Карибским кризисом. Положительные результаты были как нельзя кстати.

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    Next, fire a missile with a nuclear warhead had the Strategic Rocket Forces. This time was to start to implement a new ballistic liquid long-range missiles in combat field north of the mouth Mityushihi already out ... in Eastern Siberia. Here again come into its own natural strength - because of strong atmospheric disturbances at the critical moment was lost communication with ground. It was only thanks to the excellent preparation of its specialists launch took place. And almost exactly a rocket hit the "peg".

    But a new missile with a thermonuclear charge to overcome the difficult conditions thousands of miles, flying from Chita region across the country to Novaya Zemlya, though rockets in those days was not yet so perfect and reliable as of now. It should also be noted that this is a unique doctrine, that "the most dangerous combat shooting" took place before the Cuban missile crisis. Positive results have been an opportune moment.


    http://flot.com/history/events/nucleararchipelago.htm
    RusAtom
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    PostPosted: Sat Dec 25, 2010 7:56 pm Reply with quote

    Operation "Tulpan" video:
    http://sonicbomb.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=1629
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    PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:11 pm Reply with quote

    The info-graphics of the separation stage at 00:52 were pure Thunderbirds and made me smile. Like most here, I have seen very little footage of the Soviet multimegaton shots of which this is definately one. So thanks again for sharing it RusAtom. Are we in agreement that as Baikal posted that this is the 8/09/1962 1.9mt Operation Tyulpan shot?

    The last four screenshots you posted are from this video, but the first five are from a different video. Would you consider sharing this other video as well?
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    PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 5:33 pm Reply with quote

    sonicbomb wrote:
    Are we in agreement that as Baikal posted that this is the 8/09/1962 1.9mt Operation Tyulpan shot?


    I think that can not known what is this test.
    revolutionman
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    PostPosted: Wed Dec 29, 2010 7:20 pm Reply with quote

    sonicbomb wrote:
    The info-graphics of the separation stage at 00:52 were pure Thunderbirds and made me smile. Like most here, I have seen very little footage of the Soviet multimegaton shots of which this is definately one. So thanks again for sharing it RusAtom. Are we in agreement that as Baikal posted that this is the 8/09/1962 1.9mt Operation Tyulpan shot?

    The last four screenshots you posted are from this video, but the first five are from a different video. Would you consider sharing this other video as well?


    Yes this other video seems highly interesting as well.
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    PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2011 9:07 pm Reply with quote

    Is it possible to post the other video? Thank you so much lots of information regarding this operation.
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