Krakatoa volcano eruption versus Tsar Bomba explosion
Children's non-fiction illustration | In 1883, the Indonesian Krakatoa volcano erupted with a force of about 200 megatons of TNT explosive, one of the greatest volcanic eruptions in history. The explosion was heard 2,800 miles / 4,500 km away. The Russian 'Tsar Bomba' hydrogen bomb, tested in 1961, remains the most powerful nuclear weapon ever detonated, with a yield of 50 megatons of TNT.
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