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The use of the atomic bombs on Japan was necessary for the revenge of the Americans These bombs took years to make due to a problematic equation The impact of the bombs killed hundreds of thousands of people and the radiation is still killing people today People today still wonder why the bombs were dropped If these bombs werent dropped on the Japanese the history of the world would have been changed forever The Atomic bomb took 6 years to develop 1939-1945 for scientists to work on a equation to make the U-235 into a bomb The most complicated process in this was trying to produce enough uranium to sustain a chain reaction The bombs used on the cities cost about 2 billion to develop this also making the US wanting to use them against Japan Hiroshima was a major military target and we have spent 2 billion dollars on the greatest scientific gamble in history- and won 3 The bomb dropped on Hiroshima weighted 45 tons and the bomb used on Nagasaki weighted 10 kilotons On July 16 1945 the first ever atomic bomb was tested in the Jamez Mountains in Northern New Mexico code named Gadget The single weapon ultimately dropped on Hiroshima nicknamed Little Boy produced the amount of approximately twenty- thousand tons of TNT which is roughly seven times greater than all of the bombs dropped by all the allies on all of Germany in 1942 The first Japanese City bomb was Hiroshima on August 6 1945 An American B-29 bomber named Enola Gay flown by the pilot Paul W Tibbets dropped the Little Boy uranium atomic bomb Three days later a second bomb named Fat Boy made of plutonium was dropped on the Japanese city of Nagasaki After being released it took approximately one minute for Little Boy to reach the point of explosion which was about 2000 feetThe impact of the bombs on the cities and people was massive
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