Skip to comments.Explosion during rocket test kills 'elite' of Russian nuclear center. (Sarov)
Posted on 01/16/2020 7:23:51 PM PST by Rabin
The death of employees is a bitter loss for the entire nuclear center. The victims of the explosion developed special hardware and software; a leading electronic engineer, the head of the research and testing group a category 1 test engineer, and the deputy head of the research and testing department. It took the centre a year to arrange preparations for the tests in the water area of the White Sea. We put up appropriate stands, conducted the certifications. We conducted serious instruction works, prepared equipment, programs, techniques and discussed everything. It seemed that everything was prepared accordingly, adding that "the situation went according to an emergency option."
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Probably a nuclear powered hypersonic missile.
I am sorry for their deaths.
But, without information on how they died, what they did wrong, nobody else can learn from their death.
Most likely their “Nuclear Powered Cruise Missile” didn’t quite work the way they wanted.
? last August ?
Except for setting up a proper exclusion zone for testing and staying out of that zone.
A Third World country with nukes.
So, they accidentally set their own location as the target?
*ping (from August or December article ?)*
“Blown UP!, Sir!
It went boomski.
THIS ARTICLE IS INCOHERENT
Can anyone figure what happened?
"Da, Comrade. Push ze red button. NO! NO! Push ze BLUE BUTTON! Ze blu-"
“Can anyone figure what happened?”
Russians are drunk on vodka and crash, burn and/or blow up with regularity.
Chernobyl redux. These numbnuts will get millions killed before they are cured from the Communist disease that infected the Soviet Union.
The computer translation sucks.
I hate it when that happens.
Who will they blame it on?
A Chernobyl situation. Unfortunate accident from the military power that Mad Albright wanted to keep the US in check (she said it scared her if the US was the lone nuclear superpower)
Well at least the Russians allowed the first high radiation readings to be published. Before having them deleted from the record. Lol. Here in the US, they just tell us the sensors were all inoperable. Even though they can be replaced in a few hours. Lol.
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