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The place of explosion of the most powerful bomb in the history, Ivan: 73.85° N 54.50 E. Literature:

Vitaly I. Khalturin, Tatyana G. Rautian, Paul G. Richards and William S. Leith (2005). A Review of Nuclear Testing by the Soviet Union at Novaya Zemlya, 1955-1990. Science and Global Security, 13:1–42.

Reused world map fragment from Image:World-map-2004-cia-factbook-large-2m.jpg. Dot plotted at the given coordinates by uploader, Audrius Meškauskas, lt:Naudotojas:audriusa.

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