The footage taken in the 1950s, shows the moment mushroom clouds burst into the skies over the Pacific Ocean after the nuclear tests were carried out.
Although recorded in back and white, in one clip it is clear the huge plumes of smoke exploded along with a blinding bright light.
The bright yellow cloud fades away but the intense glow appears to remain in the area the device landed.
The videos are just three of 750 official recordings of US nuclear tests
While other videos were recorded in the Nevada desert, with the footage showing the force of the blast sending the sand billowing into the air.
The whole screen fills with the fall out following the explosion, as the dune is engulfed by thick clouds.
The videos are just three of 750 official recordings of US nuclear tests, which have now been declassified by Washington.
The footage shows the moment mushroom clouds burst into the skies
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But their release comes amid heightened tensions with North Korea, following the disgraced sate’s failed missile test on Sunday.
The launch ended in failure almost instantaneously, as the missile blew up just seconds later.
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Reports into the type of missile used have not been confirmed, but a South Korean official has hinted it may have been an ICBM.
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Military officers visit the birthplace of North Korean founder Kim Il Sung, a day before the 105th anniversary of his birth, in Mangyongdae, just outside Pyongyang
The launch has been staunchly condemned by foreign leaders across the globe, with even British foreign Secretary Boris Johnson tweeting: "I strongly condemn the latest North Korean missile launch. They must stop these belligerent acts and comply with UN resolutions."
But North Korea has refused to backdown under pressure and will likely carry out another nuclear missile test next week.
And Vice foreign minister Han Song-Ryol announced North Korea would continue to test its nuclear missiles despite being condemned internationally.
Speaking in Pyongyang, he said: “We'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis."
North Korea is facing heightened tensions with the US
And he warned the US could face "all out war" if Donald Trump and his government were "reckless enough to use military means".
The footage comes as North Korea's deputy ambassador to the United Nations Kim In-Ryong warned nuclear war could break out at “any moment” as a politician accused the US of ‘abusing’ its authority.
He said: "A nuclear war could break out at any moment on the Korean Peninsula.
"The United States are disturbing the peace and global stability, insisting in a gangster logic."