Low frequency waves from the controlled detonation of 100 tons of high explosives in the Negev Desert in Israel were detected as far as 6,500km away by CTBTO infrasound stations, including in Russia, Kazakhstan and in Mongolia.
Watch how this new CTBTO scientific experiment, involving over 20 countries, helps scientists fine tune how they interpret infrasonic waves — a capability crucial for detecting atomic explosions and to better establish their location and when they occurred. Report by Kirstie Gregorich Hansen. Camera: Todd Vincent & Pablo Melhorn in Vienna
.... This is very interesting, I liked it.
Reminded me of some of the other high explosives test during the time of nuclear testing done by the U.S. and Russia shown in the video galleries. Its amazing how those sensors can detect a relatively "small" explosion like that so far away.
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