2. Select yield – Many real examples of bombs that were tested or employed are available to select from.
3. Select options such as, air burst, surface, casualties, radioactive fallout
You can see the effects on the map and read the statistics. You can also change the wind direction and see where the fallout will travel. This is an interesting tool albeit a scary thing to imagine.
This Nuke Map was created by Alex Wellerstein and sponsored by the College of Arts and Letters, Stevens Institute of Technology