Here's the official Defense Department link:
It includes an 11 meg mpg movie
A BBC story references a Feb. 28 Reuters article on the Moab Mayor's comments:
"We've invested a lot of time effort to put our city in the best possible light. It's noted as a recreation area. This just kind of has taken us aback," Mayor Dave Sakrison told Reuters.
Moab refers to the "land beyond Jordan," according to Utah history references about the origin of the town name
The Miami Herald has photos
Its article notes:
The 21,000-pound MOAB, officially the Massive Ordnance Air Blast but unofficially called the ''Mother of All Bombs,'' created a dust cloud that 1st Lt. Karen Roganov, a public affairs officer, saw from atop the base headquarters building 30 miles away from the test range.
''It looked like a white mushroom cloud,'' Roganov said. ``It was kind of billowy like cotton or clouds. It didn't look like an A-bomb where it expands and contracts quickly. It was a lingering mushroom cloud.''
Many who heard the noise said it was not as loud as some other tests and exercises conducted at Eglin and adjacent Hurlburt Field where aerial gunships are based.
''It was actually much louder when they were practicing with the Abrams tanks about two or three months ago,'' said sheriff's Sgt. Mitch Tomlinson. ``To us, it's just the sound of freedom.''
An AP article notes:
The power of the 10.5-tonne MOAB bomb falls far short of that generated by nuclear weapons, however. The nuclear bomb the United States dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945, generated 15 kilotonnes of energy.