H Bomb
Also known as the hydrogen bomb built under the design known as Teller-Ulam (basically a bomb that uses radiation as a source of compression and heat) the H-Bomb was designed in 1951 but the first one ever detonated was the Ivy Mike bomb test done by the U.S. in 1952 which was followed by bomb tests of the H-Bomb from the Soviet Union and many other places. There were many different variations of the H-Bomb that were tested by the U.S. and the Soviets during the Cold War.


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