called a cover for a banned missile test, and its third underground nuclear explosion, conducted on February 12, the report said.
What does UNE stand for?
UNE stands for Underground Nuclear Explosion
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of UNE
We have 19 other meanings of UNE in our Acronym Attic
- United Nations Department of Safety and Security
- United Nations Department of Technical Co-Operation for Development
- Unified Networkers of Drug Users Nationally
- Under Voltage
- United Nations Day of Vesak (Buddhism)
- Ultrasonically Nebulised Distilled Water
- United Network of Detained Zimbabweans
- Ubuntu Netbook Edition (Ubuntu Foundation)
- Una Norma Española
- Unbundled Network Element
- Unexpected Network Error
- Uniao Nacional dos Estudantes (Brazil)
- Unidad Nacional de la Esperanza (Spanish)
- Unificación Nacional de Equicratico (National Equicratic Unification; Guatemalan political party)
- Unión Nacional de Empleados (Spanish: National Union of Employees, Nicaragua)
- UniStar Nuclear Energy (Baltimore, MD)
- Universidad del Este
- Universidad Nacional de Educación (Spanish: National University of Education; Peru)
- University of Nebraska
- University of New England (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The seismic clutter made it difficult to detect underground nuclear explosions, said Paul Richards, a Colombia University emeritus professor of geophysics and seismology at a Center for Science, Technology and Security Policy briefing on Capitol Hill.
The Ministry of Science on May 15 recorded abnormal levels in the atmospheric concentration of the inert gas Xenon, which is produced after underground nuclear explosions.
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.