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Sierra supercomputer

The 3rd most powerful supercomputer in the world was turned on at a classified government lab in California — Here’s what the 7,000 square...

The Sierra supercomputer, the world's third most powerful supercomputer, was unveiled. It will be used to for classified work on nuclear weapons.
A 37-kiloton blast known as "Priscilla" explodes during an Operation Plumbbob nuclear test at the Nevada Test Site on June 24, 1957. The device was detonated from a balloon.

Hundreds of never-before-seen nuclear blast videos show terrifying explosions in the ocean and Nevada desert

The US government detonated hundreds of above-ground nuclear explosions from 1945 to 1963 — until the first nuclear test-ban treaty was signed. Now a team has rescued thousands of classified films that were kept in high-security storage.
The mushroom cloud of the Castle Bravo nuclear test of March 1, 1954.

Newly declassified videos of Cold War atomic blasts reveal the terrifying power of nuclear weapons

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has declassified, scanned, and uploaded even more Cold War nuclear explosion films to YouTube.

The US government just declassified 750 nuclear-weapons movies and put a bunch on YouTube

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory worked for five years to digitize thousands of reels of film before they fell apart.