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Science  23 Oct 1998:
Vol. 282, Issue 5389, pp. 587
DOI: 10.1126/science.282.5389.587b

Orbiter in a box. If you fancy a tiny Mars spacecraft on your bookshelf, then come here to download a pattern for building a glue-and-card-stock 1/24-scale model of the Mars Climate Orbiter, which will be launched by NASA this December. Assembly takes at least 5 hours, says the site, by which time “you'll know the … spacecraft very well indeed!” mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msp98/model.html

Chemists' cornucopia. Try this site for links to more than 500 online chemistry and other science journals—“the most comprehensive list,” the site says. Many require a subscription to get anything more than abstracts or tables of contents, but 49 are entirely free—for now. www.chemconnect.com/library/journals.shtml

Watch those tentacles. Are you a sucker for octopus or squid? If it's not sushi you're after but details about the living creatures, try The Cephalopod Page, loaded with photos, background info, and references on these and other invertebrate denizens of the deep. is.dal.ca/∼ceph/taxa.html

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