This category is for sites dealing with the science and technology of fireworks.
Suppliers of products or services should submit their sites to an appropriate category in our Business section, specific links to which can be found as linked category of this main category.
Information about recent events in fireworks.
Why do close fireworks go 'pop' while distant ones go 'boom'? Here's a table showing frequency loudness loss for various distances and air humidities.
A guide to choosing, purchasing, and using, safe and reliable consumer fireworks. Includes specific fireworks reviews, safety tips, and suggestions for your show.
Create your own virtual fireworks show.
Fireworks pics and a movie from the Reykjavik Cultural Night in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Safety, news, buying guide, fun zone and a phantom fireworks buying guide.
Britain's only periodical for fireworks enthusiasts and the trade. News, reviews, displays and history of pyrotechnics and fireworks.
Photographs taken from fireworks displays in Ontario.
A comprehensive site on consumer fireworks featuring forums, product reviews, safety tips and a dealer directory.
Explains how they developed from the original Chinese invention.
Personal site about the Montréal International Pyromusical Competition.
Mike Tockstein's upcoming fireworks displays, how to become part of a professional fireworks display crew, fireworks photo gallery, fireworks links, and pyrotechnic research.
Provides articles, safety guides and consumer advice. Includes a forum and archives.
Comprehensive list, frequently updated, of worldwide fireworks displays with links, information, dates, and phone numbers.
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