Forth of July fun up north
Brooke Elston, 2nd hour
Look at me!
We shot off fireworks at 10 o'clock at Tony's niece's house.
The next night me and Megan were allowed to set off the smaller fireworks we bought the night before.
Most of the time we were up north, we spent fishing.
The science part of it.
Every different firework and firework color is made up of different elements and every different special affect is made by a different element. Examples: the element for green is barium, the element of the color blue is copper, the element of the color silver is sodium. To get the firework up in the sky, it takes some rocketry science. Some Aeriel fireworks commonly are put into a shell, sometimes it's something simple like a paper tube to a more complicated wood-case balls. Inside the shell are stars, these are chemical materials that will ignite in the sky. At the bottom of the shell is a lifting charge which powers the shell into the sky. Inside the shell is a bursting charge that is connected to the fuse that you light, that charge blows the shell apart which starts then fireworks mayhem.
2. I wonder if the shell has ever not worked before.
3. I wonder how fast the firework goes to be able to have the shell burst.
4. I wonder how fast gravity starts to work to pull the firework down.
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