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Firework Rocket

How a firework rocket is made, used, and disposed off.

Isabella Hamilton

on 16 April 2010

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Transcript of Firework Rocket

Materials Manufacture Process Use Dispose gunpowder - made of charcoal, culfer, and potassium nitrate, used as explosives colored stars are carefully measure explosives used to create the different color explosives in the fire rockat when it explodes fire rocket explodes in the sky and is destroyed. any parts that were not destoyed are tossed because they cannot be used again pyro technician builds firework by hand in a area wearing anti-static gloves magnesium for white copper salts for blue charcoal for orange aluminum, iron, steel, zinc, and magnesium dust brightens explosian Sources:
The Way Things Work by David Macaulay
Magnesium is one of the ingrediants of the fire rocket. It is mined from the ground. fire rockets are used in celebrations such as the Fourth of July and New Year's as a show. Others use fire rockets as a way for income. The materials in a fire rocket are gunpowder, colored stars, metals, paper, and wood. From there is goes to a refinery where it is purified and can now be manufactured Firework Rockets
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