The Russian Foreign Minister kept the nuclear threat on the table, emphasizing that
some "inflate" this danger, which can not be "underestimated". Sergei Lavrov spoke openly about World
War III, while The West is pressuring Kyiv to continue hostilities. The risk of a nuclear war is now
very significant and can not be underestimated, he admitted in a televised interview on Monday night,
adding that "there are many who are willing to artificially inflate this threat."
Figure 1: Nuclear Bomb Blast
How Does The US "Scan" The Movements Of
Are the Russians threatening and at the
same time getting prepared for a catastrophic nuclear strike? Hundreds of satellites watch from above
the strategic movements of the well-trained Russians, using the data of previous investigations. To
date, there is no real cause for concern. This year, in late February, Vladimir Putin vehemently
stated that Russia's nuclear weapons had been put on "special combat readiness."
Figure 2:Rocket Launch
States immediately responded with an alarm over the storage of US surveillance equipment. Hundreds of
observation satellites, combined with other federal ones or private spacecraft, were tasked with
detecting any strange mobility between Russian bombers, missiles, submarines, and a plethora of
nuclear warheads. US authorities have not yet identified anything to worry about.
adopting private assessments, NATO and United States officials have not indicated that the Asian bear
is preparing for a nuclear catastrophe that will sweep everything.
not seen anything to adjust our nuclear stance," Jake Sullivan, emphasized in a public interview on
March 23 of this year
Since The Cuban Missle Crysis
However, US authorities have reasonable
suspicions not to stop the investigation, experts admit. Moscow has been implementing controlled
nuclear explosions lately, to offset losses on the battlefield. And many military data analysts are
worried about what Putin could do after the failures in Ukraine. Compared to 1962, when a
state-of-the-art American spy satellite failed to detect 158 nuclear warheads and a huge load of
missiles that Russians had sent to Cuba.
Eyes In The Sky
Today, a huge number of private and public observation satellites are constantly
scanning the planet to evaluate movements, map cities, and reveal the hidden secrets of the great
powers that manage nuclear warheads. Russia is unquestionably superior to all other major powers in
This fact is a bet for analysts to evaluate the situation in detail. Private US
companies such as Capella Space and Planet Labs have provided analysts with hundreds of images of
Russia's nuclear forces. Private US companies such as Planet Labs and Capella Space, have presented to
experts dozens of images that demonstrate the real nuclear power of the Russian steppe.
Private Media had been watching the development of the Russian nuclear superpower
before the war in Ukraine, including routine exercises, as well as maintenance work. "You have to look
at these things and see if they seem normal," supported M. Lowenthal, a former assistant director at
C.I.A. " When you notice a discrepancy, you have to wonder if something is happening."
Could The War In Ukraine Lead To A Nuclear War Between The USA And Russia?
Shortly after Putin's statement, the wrong alarm sounded. A Twitter user sparked a
backlash when he revealed that a NATO satellite had caught two Russian nuclear submarines leaving a
northwestern port. A London newspaper called "The Express", warned of "strategic readiness".
This news did not receive much response and reproduction as experts undertook to
reassure the world by clarifying that the mobility of the submarines was due to a planned exercise.
However, satellite imagery at the Middlebury Institute for International Studies continued to observe
the Russian submarine fleet. In this way, it is estimated that any suspicious sign of nuclear fire will