The 4th Spy at Los Alamos – conclusion — Pacific Paratrooper

The new documents show that Mr. Seborer worked at the heart of the implosion effort. The unit that employed him, known as X-5, devised the firing circuits for the bomb’s 32 detonators, which ringed the device. To lessen the odds of electrical failures, each detonator was fitted with not just one but two firing cables, bringing the total to 64. […]

via The 4th Spy at Los Alamos – conclusion — Pacific Paratrooper.

Part 1 link: https://pacificparatrooper.wordpress.com/2020/02/03/the-4th-spy-at-los-alamos-part-1-cindy-bruchmann-book-review/

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