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Bryanna Coatney, 13, left, twelve-year-old Bridget Farmer, right, join William Hartman, 6, left, and his sister Maryssa, 3, as they view the solar system in the Discovery Dome at the Castle Challenger Learning Center. The Challenger Center recently received a grant to promote science and technology education of local teachers
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Bryanna Coatney, 13, left, twelve-year-old Bridget Farmer, right, join William Hartman, 6, left, and his sister Maryssa, 3, as they view the solar system in the Discovery Dome at the Castle Challenger Learning Center. The Challenger Center recently received a grant to promote science and technology education of local teachers Merced Sun-Star
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Bryanna Coatney, 13, left, twelve-year-old Bridget Farmer, right, join William Hartman, 6, left, and his sister Maryssa, 3, as they view the solar system in the Discovery Dome at the Castle Challenger Learning Center. The Challenger Center recently received a grant to promote science and technology education of local teachers Merced Sun-Star

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