During a nuclear explosion, particles in the air are made radioactive. These particles are caught on the winds and spread far from the original site of the explosion.
There can be 3 types of nuclear fallouts from nuclear explosions: local, tropospheric, and stratospheric. Local occurs as large radioactive particles are deposited near the site of explosion. Tropospheric is when smaller particles reach the troposphere and spread. Stratospheric occurs when small particles reside in the stratosphere for years after an explosion.
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