April 1958
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Apr1958, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p158
The article provides information related to international weapons development and testing. The weapons of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics has been tested on February 23, 1958, and another two weapons tests on February 27, which took place at Arctic testing site. A new medium-range ballistic missile as part of mutual development weapons program by the U.S. and Great Britain has been perfected in January 1957. Seawolf, a nuclear-powered submarine, has been developed to travel more than 29,000 miles.


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