Ground zero (disambiguation)
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Ground zero describes the point on the Earth's surface closest to a detonation.
Ground zero may also refer to:
- Hypocenter, the site directly below, directly above, or at the point of detonation of an explosion
- The World Trade Center site in New York City, after the September 11 attacks.
- The hypocenters of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
- The central plaza of The Pentagon during the Cold War
- Ground Zero (book), by Andrew Holleran
- Ground Zero, X-Files novel by Kevin J. Anderson
- Ground Zero (Deathlands novel)
- Ground Zero (Repairman Jack novel)
- Ground Zero Man, novel by Bob Shaw
- Ground Zero (campaign) in the United States, concerning nuclear weapons
- Climate Ground Zero campaign, in the United States, against mountaintop-removal mining
- Ground Zero (1973 film), a 1973 film starring Melvin Belli
- Ground Zero (1987 film)
- At Ground Zero, 1993 film
- Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero, 1995 film
- Ground Zero (2000 film), a 2000 film
- Ground Zero (band), led by Otomo Yoshihide
- Ground Zero (blues club), owned by actor Morgan Freeman
- Ground Zero (album), an album by deathcore band As Blood Runs Black
- "Ground Zero" (song), by Chris Cornell
- "Ground Zero", a song by Lil Wayne from the album Rebirth (Lil Wayne album).
- "Party at Ground Zero", a song by Fishbone
- "Christmas at Ground Zero", song by "Weird Al" Yankovic
Radio and television
- Ground Zero (television show), Australia
- Ground Zero, a radio talk show hosted by Clyde Lewis, United States
- Hotel Ground Zero, 2009 television documentary, United States
- Ground Zero: In Your House, a 1997 World Wrestling Federation pay-per-view event
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