An essential ingredient of any big-time celebration are fireworks. Whether you are 7 or 70, it’s wondrous to watch the night sky dazzle and sizzle with colors. In reality, staging a major firework display is a sophisticated process.
The size of the explosion a firework makes depends on the size of the shell. The largest shells that are fired at ‘A’ mountain are 12 inches in diameter, which generate an explosion about 500 to 600 feet across. Fireworks shells are packed in specific ways to create differently shaped bursts. Check out the infographic to learn about the different types, colors and shapes of aerial firework.
Although they are beautiful, their transportation requires careful attention and is controlled by strict regulations. Spur your students’ interest in firework and show them the infographic with some awesome facts on how fireworks are created!