Do bombs explode in space?

OK. Explosives (solid and liquid ones) have their own oxidizer and fuel "on board". In this sense they are "premixed" combustion. So this image shows a detonation wave propagating up a cylinder of  explosives and driving shock waves into the surrounds as it goes. If the  surrounds are

How are protons separated from the nucleus?

The protons do not travel actually, that will be the case only when Hydrogen gas is used in the discharge tube.It is actually the nucleus itself moving(in case of Hydrogen atom, will work for Helium atoms as well since they can loose all electrons in

Why do the electrons revolve around the nucleus? I know that the attraction is due to electrostatic force of attraction, but do they revolve?

I don't think that any of the 24 answers here really answered your question. They are mostly chastising you in different ways for using the term

Who were the main scientists behind the Manhattan Project?

I'll make this answer as short as possible, since there is a lot of information on it and a lot of personnel were involved. Albert Einstein wrote a sealed letter to FDR in 1939 about uncovered projects in Nazi Germany that were focused on purifying uranium-235, which could be used to make an atomic bomb if they made