LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- December 12, 2006 -- Whyville.net, the leading edu-tainment virtual world for children and young teenagers (ages 8-15), has teamed up with Celestron, one of the largest telescope makers in the world, to offer kids an educational planetarium experience through the use of their SkyScout celestial viewing device. As part of the promotion, Whyville users can purchase a virtual SkyScout device for 25 clams (the Whyvillian currency). SkyScout is a handheld device that enables stargazers of all ages and experience levels to identify, locate, engage, and learn about over 6,000 celestial objects, using advanced,...

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