North Korea nuclear test: Hydrogen bomb ‘missile-ready’ – BBC News
The underground vibrations caused by the explosion were recorded by seismological stations around the world
North Korea launched its third nuclear explosion in a decade this month. As in the last two times, underground vibrations caused by the explosion have been recorded all over the world. Now seismologists – scientists who usually study earthquakes – are investigating the effects of the explosion..
For more on this, check out Bernard Schusman’s report from Palisades, NY..
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