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Edgerton Explorit Center Aurora

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Edgerton Explorit Center
208 16th St.
Tel: 402-694-4032

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The Edgerton Explorit Center function is to instill and nurture the joy of scientific discovery and exploration through hands-on learning experiences. Named for Dr. Harold ""Doc"" Edgerton, Aurora native, inventor of flash photography, the strobe light and side scan sonar. Named one of the 15 most influential inventors of the industrial revolution and inducted into the 1986 National Inventors Hall of Fame.
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