Blast Wave

A movie showing the effects of blast wave generated by a nuclear explosion.

A fraction of a second after a nuclear explosion, a high-pressure wave develops and moves outward from the fireball. The blast effect of a nuclear explosion is produced by the heating of air by the fireball. Footage from several nuclear tests demonstrate the effects of the blast wave's tremendous force on vehicles and various structures.

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