Portrait of Thomas Edison

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Photograph of Thomas Edison

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Photograph of Thomas Edison

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Microscope

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Zeiss Planetarium Projector, Griffith Observatory

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Photograph of the Moon

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Halley's Comet

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Madame Curie

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Thomas Edison in his Laboratory

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Alexander Graham Bell

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Explanation of Barometric Pressure

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Explanation of Onshore Convection Currents

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Explanation of Night Convection Currents

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Avoiding Turbulence by Flying Above Clouds

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How Turbulence is Caused by Obstructions

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Cumulus, Altocumulus and Cirrocumulus Clouds

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The Appearance of Clouds

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Various Types of Bad Weather Clouds

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Explanation of a Cold Front

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Explanation of an Occluded Front

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Cloud Formation and Precipitation at an Occluded Front

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Cross Section of a Thunderhead

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Principal Air Currents in the Northern Hemisphere

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What Time Does the Station Get to the Train?

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Laboratory, Pasteur Institute

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Greenwich Royal Observatory, England

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Georgetown University Observatory

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Creed Fulton Observatory, Emory, Virginia

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Observatory, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

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Dominion Observatory, Victoria, British Columbia

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Weston Observatory, Manchester, New Hampshire

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Dominion Observatory, Victoria, British Columbia

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East Park Observatory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Kirkwood Observatory, Indiana University

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McDonald Observatory, Austin, Texas

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Blue Hill Reservation Observatory, Milton, Mass.

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Portland Observatory, Maine

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Elgin Observatory, Illinois

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Washburn College Observatory, Topeka, Kansas

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Jeysingh's Observatory, Jaipur, India

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Aurora Borealis in Scotland

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Mastondon Skeleton

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Mt. Wilson Observatory Telescope

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Ahnighito Meteorite, Hayeden Planetarium

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Gibbous Moon

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Half Moon

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Half Moon

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Jupiter and Saturn

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Thomas A. Edison

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Tesla Coil

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Chalcedony Agate

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Malachite Specimen

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Diorite Specimen

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Rock Opal

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Cross Section of Volcano

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Cross Section of Volcano

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Scientist Pondering

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Agronomist

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North American Geology Lesson

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Cross Section of Planet Earth

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Fragment of Stalagmite

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Granite Pebble

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Map of the Heavens

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Global Projections

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Scientific Apparatus

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Guide to the Moon

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Old Clock at Greenwich Observatory

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Bell Inventing the Telephone

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The First Telephone Call

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Jellyfish

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Jellyfish

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Sea Anemones

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Echinoderms

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Copepods

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Tunicates

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Polychaete Worms

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Jellyfish

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Radiolarians

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Tubularia

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Siphonophore

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Discoidea

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Talamophore

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Jellyfish

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Siphonophores

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Jellyfish

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Acanthometra

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Bryozoa

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Desmidiea

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Jellyfish

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Sand Dollars

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Rotatoria

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Jellyfish

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Jellyfish

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Jellyfish

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Starfish

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Nudibranchs

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Jellyfish

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Jellyfish

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Filicinae

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Cephalopods

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Siphonophores

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Carnivorous Plants

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Siphonophores

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Florideae

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Arachnids

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Toads

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Muscinae

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Orchids

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Hepaticae

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Siphonophores

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Jellyfish

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Lizards

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Teleosts

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Jellyfish

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Turtles and Tortoises

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Ferns

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Man Standing by Display Cases

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Stuffed Animals in Museum

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The Moon

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Electronics, Science for a New World

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Thomas Edison

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Robert Peary with Sled Dog

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Pliocene Period Vegetation

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