1. Pecinejo @accorn

    Sacado de un paper en las referencias de wikipedia:

    Szulc, The Bombs of Palomares, 17. The exact megaton amount of the hydrogen bombs has never been released by the U.S. government. However, a member of the U.S. Senate has indicated that the bombs were likely 1.5 megatons each. Some reports stated that the bombs were much more powerful, with one reporting that each bomb was as high as 25 megatons. John W. Finney, “U.S. Concedes Loss of H-Bomb
    in Spain,” New York Times, March 2, 1966, p. 1; Tad Szulc, “Palomares Learns to Love the Bomb,” New York Times, February 20, 1966, p. SM12.


    Vamos, que si quisieran haber sido sensacionalistas habrían ido a por los 25 megatones... Y el no es tanto era para decir que la diferencia entre una bomba nuclear y una bomba-h (termonuclear) que es de las que estamos hablando es bastante grande: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proceso_Teller-Ulam#Potencia_de_una_bomba_H
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