Question by : What would of happened if the Tsar Bomb was detonated on the ground?
Would of had similar effects like glass breaking 900km away? or made a huge crater?
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Answer by Milquetoast
It depends on where it detonated. There was a massive explosion in the early 20th century called the Tunguska Event in Siberia. Nobody is really sure what caused it (best estimates are that it was a meteor that exploded right before impact) but it was estimated to be many times worse than any atom bomb detonated. Also the eruption of Mt. St. Helen’s was estimated to be 100 times worse than the Hiroshima bomb. Since both happened practically in the middle of nowhere, there was little property damage and few deaths.
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