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grl29669-sup-0001-ani01.movQuickTime video0KVideo 1. Explosion at Pad 1. Charge energy ∼3–106 J, depth of burial 0.5 m beneath pad surface. Concrete wall in background is about 1 m high. Recording rate is 600 frames/s, played back at 30 frames/s.
grl29669-sup-0002-ani02.movQuickTime video0KVideo 2. Explosion 1 at Pad 2. Charge energy ∼106 J, depth of burial 0.5 m beneath pad surface. Concrete wall in background is about 1 m high. Recording rate is 600 frames/s, played back at 30 frames/s.
grl29669-sup-0003-ani03.movQuickTime video0KVideo 3. Explosion 2 at Pad 2. Charge energy ∼106 J, depth of burial 0.4–0.5 m beneath original pad surface. Concrete wall in background is about 1 m high. Recording rate is 600 frames/s, played back at 30 frames/s.
grl29669-sup-0004-ani04.movQuickTime video0KVideo 4. Explosion 3 at Pad 2. Charge energy ∼106 J, depth of burial 0.55 m beneath original pad surface. Concrete wall in background is about 1 m high. Recording rate is 600 frames/s, played back at 30 frames/s.
grl29669-sup-0005-ani05.movQuickTime video0KVideo 5. Explosion 1 at Pad 3. Charge energy ∼106 J, depth of burial 0.5 m beneath original pad surface. Concrete wall in background is 0.4–0.5 m high. Recording rate is 600 frames/s, played back at 30 frames/s.
grl29669-sup-0006-ani06.movQuickTime video0KVideo 6. Explosion 2 at Pad 3. Charge energy ∼106 J, depth of burial 0.5–0.6 m beneath original pad surface. Concrete wall in background is 0.4–0.5 m high. Recording rate is 600 frames/s, played back at 30 frames/s.
grl29669-sup-0007-ani07.movQuickTime video0KVideo 7. Explosion 3 at Pad 3. Charge energy ∼106 J, depth of burial 0.72 m beneath original pad surface. Concrete wall in background is 0.4–0.5 m high. Recording rate is 600 frames/s, played back at 30 frames/s.
grl29669-sup-0008-t01.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 1.

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