Soviet Union

  • What’s 10000 meters underground? It took the Soviet Union 23 years to dig to a depth of 12263 meters and stop

    there are many mysterious and unknown places on the earth on which human beings live, which can not be explored with today’s technology. With the development of science and technology, human beings have begun to explore the depths of space and the sea. According to our cognition, the earth is a sphere. To reach the other end from one end of the earth, scientists say that it takes about 42 minutes and 12 seconds without considering the air resistance, but this is obviously impossible. The earth has gravity, and the…

    May 30, 2022 science
  • In 1962, the nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union was imminent, and a small officer protected the nuclear button, which made the whole world nervous

    In 1962, the Soviet Navy submarine b-59 was discovered by the U.S. destroyer. The U.S. military threw a deep-water bomb for practice at the b-59. The Soviet officers and soldiers on the b-59 submarine were in a roaring explosion and violent turbulence for several hours. It’s like a person’s side is full of firecrackers lit with wires. Another more unbearable thing is that with the bombing of deep-water bombs, the sea temperature around the b-59 nuclear submarine reached 60 ℃ at the highest. Colonel Valentine was dazed by the high…

    May 17, 2022 military
  • Can the earth be dug through? Why didn’t the Soviet Union dig 12262 meters underground?

    1 The diameter of the earth is about 12756 kilometers. Can she be dug through? If it is dug through, what serious consequences will it cause? Let’s talk about it today. earth In 1970, the former Soviet Union established a scientific research station in the wasteland near the Norwegian border on the Kola Peninsula of Russia. Its purpose is to study the oldest rocks on our earth and understand the change process of geology over a long period of time. The project is the famous Kola ultra deep borehole, The…

    May 7, 2022 science