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Español: Una explosión nuclear ilumina la noche durante una prueba en los Estados Unidos.
English: The BADGER explosion on April 18, 1953, as part of Operation Upshot-Knothole, at the Nevada Test Site.
Português: Explosão do BADGER em 18 de Abril de 1953, como parte da Operação Upshot-Knothole, na Área de Testes de Nevada, Estados Unidos.
Date 18 April 1953
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