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Which bomb designed for the Manhattan Project was the least powerful?All three were identical | «Little Boy» (Hiroshima) | «Gadget» (Alamogordo) | «Fat Man» (Nagasaki)
Alternative proposed by some scientists to avoid the humanitarian consequences of using the bomb.Using the bomb as a demonstration | Evacuating target cities | Waiting for Japan to surrender | Destroying military installations
How many days elapsed between the first bomb test and the first use of the bomb on Hiroshima?14 days | 21 days | 3 days | 7 days
When did the atomic bombing of Nagasaki in Japan take place?August 6, 1945 | July 16, 1945 | August 9, 1945 | December 24, 1943
This event confirmed that nuclear fission could be controlled and used to generate huge power.Explosion of the first atomic bomb | Invention of the hydrogen bomb | Creation of the first nuclear reactor | Completion of the first particle accelerator
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