Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned of a nuclear attack. Russian troops are facing strong obstacles to enter Kiev and Kharkiv. The resistance from the Ukrainian army has been overwhelming. As resistance grows, so does Russia. As a result, the international community is not dispelling the threat of a nuclear attack.
Russia is fully prepared for the final attack on Kiev. A satellite image released by Maxar Technologies on Monday shows a large Russian military convoy approaching Kiev through the northern part of the city. The convoy was about 40 km long. As a result, it is clear in the picture that the situation is going to get worse.
Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned of a nuclear attack. Russian troops are facing strong obstacles to enter Kiev and Kharkiv. The resistance from the Ukrainian army has been overwhelming. As resistance grows, so does Russia. As a result, the international community is not dispelling the threat of a nuclear attack.
If Russia really dropped an atomic bomb on Kiev, how much impact would it have?
Russia currently has 6,500 nuclear weapons. If Russia dropped an atomic bomb weighing 100 kilotons on Kiev, an area of about one square kilometer would be burned to ashes.
Air Blast 1: If the first air blast of an atomic bomb, its effects will be felt in an area of three and a half square kilometers. Not only that, nuclear radiation will spread over an area of 10 sq km. Year after year, generation after generation will be the victims of that radioactivity. More than five lakh people will die.
Air Blast 2: As a result, all the houses in the 14.2 sq km area will collapse. Thermal radiation will spread over an area of 48 sq km. 15-26 lakh people will be victims of this radioactivity. Not only that, its effect can reach up to 94 sq km. Due to which the window glass of the house may be broken.
The atomic bomb dropped by the United States on Hiroshima, Japan, on August 6, 1945, called the “Little Boy,” was about 12-15 kilotons of TNT. As a result, an area of five square miles was completely destroyed. 14,000 people died. Nearly eight decades have passed since that incident. Technology has improved a lot. With it, nuclear weapons have become even more deadly. It is easy to imagine how much more powerful the nuclear power in the hands of the world’s superpowers could be than at that time.
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