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Updated: 10/25/2013 08:00:01AM

Opportunity rides with science bus

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SUN PHOTO BY IAN ROSS

Austin Seames, a 12th-grader at Charlotte Harbor Center, mixes oil and water as part of an experiment on the Museum of Science and Industry mobile science bus.

SUN PHOTO BY IAN ROSS

Wilney Servil, a 12th-grader at Charlotte Harbor Center, holds up an expanding mixture of yeast and hydrogen peroxide in a Ziploc bag.

SUN PHOTO BY IAN ROSS

Michael Smith, a fifth-grader at Charlotte Harbor Center, studies the vapor rising out of the plastic cup of water, which had a piece of dry ice in it.

By IAN ROSS

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PORT CHARLOTTE — The Charlotte Harbor Center’s students, who have mental and physical disabilities, don’t usually get to go on field trips.

But the Museum of Science and Industry mobile science bus pulled into the parking lot earlier this week, giving them that opportunity.

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