How to test those nukes?

March 1998
Newsweek (Pacific Edition);02/23/98 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 131 Issue 12, p5
Mentions the concern of Russian scientists regarding the reliability of their nuclear-weapons arsenal since the testing ban. The request for technical advice by United States experts; The plan by the US to vet its stockpile by using a supercomputer to model nuclear explosions.


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