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Operation Teapot was a series of thirteen nuclear test explosions conducted at the Nevada Test Site in the first half of 1955. A nuclear test explosion is an experiment involving the detonation of a nuclear weapon. ... November 1951 nuclear test at Nevada Test Site - Test is shot Dog from Operation Buster, 21 kilotons. ... Jump to: navigation, search 1955 is a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Immediately after the "Ess" shot on 23 March, 1955, ground forces took part in Desert Rock VI which included an armored task force "Razor" moving within 900 meters of ground zero, under the still-forming mushroom cloud.


This series preceded Wigwam and followed Operation Castle. The shots of this series were: Wigwam underwater burst Operation Wigwam involved a single test of the Mk-90 Betty nuclear depth bomb. ... Operation Castle was a series of nuclear weapon tests that the USA conducted in 1954. ...

Teapot Test Blasts
Test Name Date Location Yield Note
Wasp 18 February, 1955 Nevada Test Site 1 kiloton  
Moth 22 Februart, 1955 Nevada Test Site 2 kilotons  
Tesla 1 March, 1955 Nevada Test Site 7 kilotons  
Turk 7 March, 1955 Nevada Test Site 43 kilotons  
Hornet 12 March, 1955 Nevada Test Site 4 kilotons  
Bee 22 March, 1955 Nevada Test Site 8 kilotons  
Ess 23 March, 1955 Nevada Test Site 1 kiloton  
Wasp Prime 29 March, 1955 Nevada Test Site 3 kiloton  
Ha 6 April, 1955 Nevada Test Site 3 kilotons  
Post 9 April, 1955 Nevada Test Site 2 kilotons  
Met 14 April, 1955 Nevada Test Site 22 kilotons  
Apple 5 May, 1955 Nevada Test Site 29 kilotons  
Zucchini 15 May, 1955 Nevada Test Site 28 kilotons  

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