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|Water volume||100,000 m3 (81 acre⋅ft)|
Lake Chagan (or Lake Balapan), Kazakhstan, is a lake created by the Chagan nuclear test fired on January 15, 1965, part of the Nuclear Explosions for the National Economy; it is often referred to as "Atomic Lake".
- Sedan (nuclear test) – An American cratering detonation
- Pechora–Kama Canal
- Crater lakes usually formed by volcanic events.
- "On the Soviet program for peaceful uses of nuclear weapons" (pdf). Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
- "On the Soviet nuclear program". Nuclear Weapon Archive.
- "A documentary that visits the lake at around the 1 minute mark" (video). YouTube. Russia Today.
- "Lake Chagan map" – via Google Maps.
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