nuclear explosion blast

branduolinio sprogimo smūgio banga statusas T sritis apsauga nuo naikinimo priemonių atitikmenys: angl. nuclear explosion blast rus. ударная волна ядерного взрыва ryšiai: žiūrėksmūgio banga žiūrėksmūgio banga žiūrėksmūgio banga

Apsaugos nuo naikinimo priemonių enciklopedinis žodynas. – Vilnius: Generolo Jono Žemaičio Lietuvos karo akademija. . 2002.

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