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    1. Nuclear Explosions and Submarine Comms Distort Space Weather Near Earth
      Mon May 22 06:00:00 2017
      Space weather typically refers to charged particles ejected by the sun that can interact with the Earths atmosphere and magnetic field. However, a new study shows that humans also can change the near-Earth space environment. [...]
    2. Could the US Stop Nuclear Weapons?
      Wed May 3 05:45:00 2017
      Despite decades of research and billions of dollars in investment, no one has a nuclear missile defense system that is remotely reliable, experts say. [...]
    3. Through The Nuclear Looking Glass: The Moon & The Bomb
      Mon Feb 13 20:09:53 2017
      For centuries, scientists have been attempting to explain how the Moon formed. Whereas some have argued that it formed from material lost by Earth due to centrifugal force, others asserted that a preformed Moon was captured by Earths gravity.[...]
    4. First nuclear explosion helps test theory of moons formation
      Wed Feb 8 14:13:40 2017
      Radioactive glass found blanketing the ground after the first nuclear test bomb explosion is being used by scientists to test theories about the Moons formation some 4.5 billion years ago. [...]
    5. Glass from nuclear test site shows the moon was born dry
      Wed Feb 8 13:00:00 2017
      Examining residue from the first detonation of a nuclear weapon has helped explain why the moon seems to have so few volatile elements like water and methane[...]
    6. Nuclear Fire-Formed Glass Used To Test Moon Formation Theory Video
      Wed Feb 8 01:00:00 2017
      A green-colored glass, called trinitite, was found 30 feet 10m to 80 feet 250 m away from ground zero after the first plutonium bomb test in 1945. They were lacking volatile elements similarly to that of lunar rocks. [...]
    7. More Radioisotope Power - NASA Wants Nuclear Batteries To Last Longer Video
      Fri Oct 14 10:27:00 2016
      Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generators RTG have powered rovers and spacecraft for decades. Now, the space agency is looking to increase the efficiency of the generators for future missions. [...]


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