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Science Learning Network
The Franklin Institute Science Museum is proud to be a member of the Science Learning Network (SLN), a national alliance of science museums, K-8 schools, and other institutions. Visit the SLN's website.

Here Comes Comet Hyakutake!
The "comet of the century" is passing overhead. Consult The Franklin Institute's comet reference page to learn more about Hyakutake.

Eye On The Sky - Planet Magnitudes
The Franklin Institute now offers planet magnitudes for your observing pleasure, courtesy of Eye On The Sky news service.

An Inquirer's Guide To The Universe
An Inquirer's Guide debuted last month, but, in case you missed it, take a look at this online exploration and investigation of outer space.

Educational Hotlists
We mention them almost every month, but we really do have many new additions to our ever-growing hotlists of educational resources.

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