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Atomic Cannon! T-shirt
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  • T-Shirt: Detail - Neck (in White)
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Style: Baby Jersey Bodysuit

Not all baby bodysuits are created equal – this popular style is a must-have for your precious little bundle. The neckband is designed for easy on-and-off and a three-snap closure makes diaper changes a cinch. Personalize it with a custom image or message or dress it up with a cute pair of socks and hat or hair accessory. There's no wrong way to wear this super soft bodysuit.

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  • Standard fit
  • Flatlock seams, reinforced three snap closure
  • Fits true to size

  • Fabric & Care
  • 4.5 oz., 100% combed ring spun cotton (Heather is 93/7) jersey
  • Double-needle ribbed binding on all openings
  • EasyTear™ label
  • White is sewn with 100% cotton thread
  • Machine washable. Washing before first use is recommended

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    Fully committed to providing high quality and safe products, all Zazzle baby products are Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) compliant. Tracking label available in side seam.
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    Atomic Cannon! T-shirt
    Atomic Cannon - Upshot-Knothole Grable From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Test series Operation Upshot-Knothole Test site Nevada Test Site Date May 25, 1953 Test type Atmospheric Yield 15 kt Upshot-Knothole Grable was a nuclear weapons test conducted by the United States as part of Operation Upshot-Knothole. Detonation of the associated nuclear weapon occurred shortly after its deployment at 8:30am PDT (1530 UTC) on May 25, 1953, in Area 5 of the Nevada Test Site. The codename Grable was chosen because the letter Grable is phonetic for, G, stands for "gun", since the warhead was a gun-type fission weapon. It was in the form of a shell, or artillery-fired atomic projectile (AFAP), the first of its kind. Grable was the second of only two gun-type warheads ever detonated (the first was Little Boy, the weapon used against Hiroshima; all other atomic weapons were implosion-type weapons). The shell, designated a Mark 9 nuclear weapon, had a diameter of 280 mm (11.02 in), was 138 cm (54.4 in) long and weighed 364 kg (803 lb). The M65 Atomic Cannon from which it was fired had a muzzle velocity of 625 m/s (2,060 ft/s), for a nominal range of 32 km (20 mi), and weighed 77 metric tons (85 t). The detonation of Grable occurred 19 seconds after its firing.[1] It detonated over 11,000 yards (over 10 km, 6.25 mi) away from the gun it was fired from, over a part of the Nevada Test Site known as Frenchman Flat. The explosion was an air burst of 160 m (524 ft) above the ground (7 m (24 ft) above its designated burst altitude), 26 m (87 ft) west and 41 m (136 ft) south of its target (slightly uprange). Its yield was estimated at 15 kilotons, around the same level as Little Boy. An anomalous feature of the blast was the formation of a precursor, a second shock front ahead of the incident wave. This precursor was formed when the shock wave reflected off the ground and surpassed the incident wave and Mach stem due to a heated ground air layer and the low burst height. It resulted in a lower overpressure, but higher overall dynamic pressure, which inflicted much more damage on drag sensitive targets such as jeeps and personnel carriers. This led strategists to rethink the importance of low air bursts in tactical nuclear warfare. Some images from Upshot-Knothole Grable were accidentally relabeled as belonging to the Priscilla shot from Operation Plumbbob in 1957. As a consequence many publications including official government documents have the photo mislabeled. Admiral Arthur W. Radford, at the time the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Secretary of Defense Charles E. Wilson were present for the test.
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    Created on: 2/29/2012 11:47 AM
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