I live in the capital, 10 km from its center on the 9th floor, my windows facing the opposite direction will I still see a flash? Will I hear something? How loud will it be? How fast would I die? If I survive the blast what should do? Should I go underground or climb higher?
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Gugg's article is far enough as it covers everything you require. Firstly, It depends on the bomb. In other words, it's based on how bad the bomb is.
This Wiki article quotes it...
If that bomb is similar to Hiroshima's (equivalent to 20k tons of TNT), then here's how the effect of the bomb would be. 10 km would be "out" of this scale and hence, you'd experience nothing...
I think you didn't correctly define this. At its present form, this is somewhat ridiculous to ask. But, from your region - it's quite a fireworks to see...
No. All those pressure waves would lose energy and probably diminish off before reaching you. I think there won't be any harmful effects like doors & windows "banging". etc...
Why should you do something when nothing happens to you? You wouldn't die..! Better take a vacation and stay off from the region.