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Connecticut Science Center "Strange Matter" Thursday December 13, 2012
Date: 12/13/2012 Album ID: 1582269
Staff Photos by Jim Michaud & Jared Ramsdell
Johnny Pavano 4 of Glastonbury, plays with a fluids station at the Strange Matter exhibit at the Connecticut Science Center on Thursday December 13th, 2012.(Jim Michaudl / Journal Inquirer)
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Paige Brodeur, 6, looks through a magnifying glass looking at different samples of rocks and other materials at Strange Matter at the Connecticut Science Center on Thursday December 13th, 2012.(Jim Michaud / Journal Inquirer)
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Johnny Pavano 4 of Glastonbury, plays with a fluids station at the Strange Matter exhibit at the Connecticut Science Center on Thursday December 13th, 2012.(Jared Ramsdell / Journal Inquirer)
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Paige Brodeur 6. of Wethersfield experiments with various magnetic metals at the Strange Matter exhibit at the Connecticut Science Center on Thursday December 13th, 2012.(Jared Ramsdell / Journal Inquirer)
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Gloria Torres, 10, of Hartford, ferro fluids exhibit  at the Strange Matter at the Connecticut Science Center on Thursday December 13th, 2012.(Jim Michaud / Journal Inquirer)
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Gaelen Brodeur, 10, and his sisters Sienna 9,right and Paige, 6, the try to break the glass in one the exhibits at Strange Matter at the Connecticut Science Center on Thursday December 13th, 2012.(Jim Michaud / Journal Inquirer)
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Gloria Torres, 10, of Hartford, ferro fluids exhibit  at the Strange Matter at the Connecticut Science Center on Thursday December 13th, 2012.(Jim Michaud / Journal Inquirer)
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Ball bearings roll on a exhibit at   Strange Matter at the Connecticut Science Center on Thursday December 13th, 2012.(Jim Michaud / Journal Inquirer)
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 Johnny Pavano 4, of Glastonbury plays with the xylophone at the Strange Matter exhibit at the Connecticut Science Center  on Thursday December 13th, 2012.(Jared Ramsdell / Journal Inquirer)
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