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English: Left picture : At the time this photo was made, smoke billowed 20,000 feet above Hiroshima while smoke from the burst of the first atomic bomb had spread over 10,000 feet on the target at the base of the rising column. Six planes of the 509th Composite Group, participated in this mission; one to carry the bomb Enola Gay, one to take scientific measurements of the blast The Great Artiste, the third to take photographs Necessary Evil the others flew approximately an hour ahead to act as weather scouts, 08/06/1945. Bad weather would disqualify a target as the scientists insisted on a visual delivery, the primary target was Hiroshima, secondary was Kokura, and tertiary was Nagasaki.
Right picture : Atomic bombing of Nagasaki on August 9, 1945.
|Date||2010-12-02 22:32 (UTC)|
|This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version. Modifications: Putting two images together. The original can be viewed here: Atomic_cloud_over_Hiroshima.jpg. Modifications made by Binksternet.
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- File:Nagasakibomb.jpg licensed with PD-USGov-Military
- 2008-12-21T21:32:47Z Fastfission 3245x3877 (6910879 Bytes) even higher resolution (and crisper)...
- 2008-09-18T01:29:15Z Panoptik 2213x2800 (905958 Bytes) higher res
- 2008-09-05T18:21:00Z PatríciaR 1246x1468 (730865 Bytes) from http://tools.wikimedia.pl/~beau/imgs/ (recovering [[User:PatríciaR/missing_images|lost file]])
- 2008-09-05T13:52:08Z Multichill 1246x1468 (779258 Bytes) Reverted to version as of 02:26, 26 October 2006: Current version seems to be lost
- 2008-02-29T18:48:55Z Xiong Chiamiov 1246x1468 (730865 Bytes) losslessly optimized using [[en:optipng]]
- 2006-10-26T02:26:53Z Fastfission 1246x1468 (779258 Bytes) a little higher res
- 2006-01-09T00:19:09Z Hautala 1060x1449 (257254 Bytes) higher resolution from http://www.archives.gov/research/ww2/photos/images/ww2-163.jpg
- 2005-02-10T11:32:12Z Mormegil 800x1094 (116768 Bytes) Atomic bombing of Nagasaki (from en:)
- File:Atomic_cloud_over_Hiroshima.jpg licensed with PD-USGov-Military-Army
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