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anonymous

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help pleasee@@@@@@@@@@@ Which of these helped the Soviet Union develop nuclear capabilities? a.) scientific data provided by Earth-orbiting satellites b.)information provided by spies in the United States c.) classified documents left behind by the U.S. military in Korea d.) plans provided to the International Atomic Energy Commission

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    i believe its a

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    Soviets had nuclear weapons (i believe around the late 1940s after WWII) that was one of the things that made the cold war what it was. we couldn't have a direct war with the soviets because the war would go nuclear. I think it's b. A would be wrong i think because the first satellite was launched by the soviets in 1957 and they definitely had nukes prior to that.

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