Intensity of neutron distribution in the epicenter during atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
Hiroshima Japan Date:1945, September 21 Duration:8 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
Radio activity observed in Hiroshima. Animation explains the degree of intensity with which neutrons distributed in earth in the area of epicenter. Scientist looks into instrument. Map shows intensity measurements. Scientists carry instrument to measure intensity through debris and keep it near a building. Measurement is made through an electro meter. Animated map depicts Intensity distribution near epicenter and highlights Shima Center. Rubble and debris in destruction area of Hiroshima. Map shows degree of intensity as 74.6J. Animated graph makes a comparison of two intensity curves. A weather station near Epicenter. Man shows a pair of flash-burned trousers. A flash-burned door. Animated map and graph shows intensity distribution in the neighboring districts of Takasu. Man examines tiled roof and takes samples of water from a jug in Takasu. Bottles with Japanese writing on them. Scientist does chemical analysis. Graph giving chemical details. A group of scientists survey the damage. Map depicts intensity distribution near Takasu.
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