About two weeks ago, we looked at the first few milliseconds of nuclear explosions, as caught by a special camera that was specially designed by genius engineer Harold Edgerton. Richard Miller, author of Under the Cloud: The Decades of Nuclear Testing, contacted me with another startling picture — an amazing look at a glass-windowed building just after the initiation of the explosion, but just before the explosion destroys the building. Take a look at the strange effect that precedes the actual blast.
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