This definition appears somewhat frequently
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of UNE
Samples in periodicals archive:
At this location, the team also applied geophysical methods to find signatures (tell-tale signs) consistent with a recent underground nuclear explosion.
TEHRAN (FNA)- An edict issued from the Office of the Russian President said a series of underground nuclear explosions occurred at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Aomic plant on 31 December.
called a cover for a banned missile test, and its third underground nuclear explosion, conducted on February 12, the report said.
North Korea's first underground nuclear explosion prompted the U.
9 that it carried out a nuclear test is likely to be true because the United States said it detected small amounts of material that confirms the country conducted an underground nuclear explosion on that date and there are seismic waves that seem to relate to a nuclear test.
Except for the proposed use of underground nuclear explosions, most of the proposals are similar.
In the 1989 report The Contamination of Underground Nuclear Explosions, the congressional Office of Technology reported that since 1970, a total of 126 underground tests have resulted in 54,000 curies of radiation being vented into the atmosphere.
In the period until 1989, hundreds of atmospheric and underground nuclear explosions rocked the eastern region of Semipalatinsk, while a variety of biological weapons were unleashed on islands in the Aral Sea.