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After a nuclear explosion, materials irradiated by neutrons from the bomb can be carried high into the atmosphere. The mixing of enormous amounts of airborne irradiated materials combined with heat can lead to rainfall. This rain is dark, sticky and dangerously radioactive. It can be absorbed by the skin, ingested by breathing and by consumption of contaminated food or water, causing radiation poisoning.
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