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what would an explosion in outer space look like,
without the benefit of gravity or earth to "get in the way"?
Would it still have an "up" and a "down", or would it be just
a perfectly round sphere?

Frank ODonnell

Stanislaw Ulman seemed more of a
person in the dynamics of nuclear
weapons and as a result more of a
contributor to success in detonation of these machines of
energy and power. However, he was
never satirized such as Dr. Teller
in popular culture. Ulman was a
fascinating man, ordinary yet a man of great achievements.

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