Atomic Bomb Project

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Ghulam Ishaq Khan - Biography - Role in The Atomic Bomb Project
... vital administrator of Pakistan's integrated atomic bomb project, and was one directly associated statesman of the program ... In 1976, he became relationship with Pakistan's integrated atomic bomb project and had been in the meeting with Bhutto in approving the national nuclear policy ... the time of ERL established, Ghulam Ishaq consolidated the military control of the project under general Zahid Ali Akbar and the Corps of Engineers ...
Laboratory B In Sungul’ - Background
... and intellectual property, under the Russian Alsos, to help Russia with the Soviet atomic bomb project ... Committee with special and extraordinary powers for solving problems related to the atomic bomb project. 2 and the scientific supervisor for the Soviet atomic bomb project ...
Hans-Joachim Born - Career - In Russia
... After the detonation of the Russian uranium bomb, uranium production was going smoothly and Riehl’s oversight was no longer necessary at Plant No ... V, in Obninsk, headed by Heinz Pose, was also a sharashka and working on the Soviet atomic bomb project ... to Sungul' to complete his sentence, but still make a contribution to the Soviet atomic bomb project ...
Bomb - Blast Seat
... In forensic science, the point of detonation of a bomb is referred to as its blast seat, seat of explosion, blast hole or epicenter ...
Munir Ahmad Khan - Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) - 1971 War and Atomic Bomb Project
... work on uranium enrichment under Bashiruddin Mahmood, as a part of the project that Munir Khan codenamed "Project-706" ... by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto to join "706", later separating toe project from PAEC ... But, due to technical differences, the Corps of Engineers took over the command of Project-706 from Abdul Qadeer Khan as its part of the atomic bomb project, beginning the ...

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