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How much was the Yield of Pakistani nuclear test? A visual comparison

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In 1998 when Pakistan detonated Nuclear devices,the claimed Yield was 36 Kilotons. But India and many other countries downplayed it and called it a "Fizzle not a bang" and claimed the actual Yield was a mere 6 Kilotons.
In this video we are comparing a 1962 French Nuclear test which was carried out in similar topography with Pakistani tests.
You will notice the similarities in the "Mountain shake" but Pakistani test kicks up more Debris than French test of 1st May 1962.
The French called it "Beryl" and declared Yield was 30Kt. By looking at the video,it can be deduced that since Pakistani test creates a "Bigger bang" it is an Indication that the Yield was greater than 30Kt or close to the claimed 36 Kilotons. Not 6 Kilotons as Indians claim.

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