.VolumeI, Issue 2, May 12, 1996

Take off to Jupiter with NASA
Cyberspace meets outerspace at the home page of the planets on NASA's WWW site. By shuttling out to the Jupiter page, you'll have a view that even astronauts will envy. From Jupiter's gassy, cloudy surface to its orbiting satellites, you'll feel like you're actually there. Explore Jupiter's rings and the mysterious Great Red Spot. Exploration of outer space has never been so much fun, and once you've discovered Jupiter, you'll need to choose which planet to fly to next! If you're ready for takeoff to another planet, head on over to http:// stardust.jpl.nasa.gov:80/ planets/ welcome/ jupiter.htm. (This site is no longer available.)

Cockroach World
Sure to be one of the "yuckiest" sites on the Internet, Cockroach World nests in the heart of the World Wide Web. Crawl along for a day in the life of the cockroach or check out the cockroach "Tall Tales Forum." Here, roach experts exchange stories of the good, the bad, and the ugly. You can take the "cockroach quiz" and test your knowledge of these creatures. Don't forget to bring a big can of bug spray and your favorite cockroach tale to http://yucky.discovery.com/noflash/roaches. (Disclaimer: This site now contains advertisements.)

Explore the Seychelle Islands
Take a watery excursion with underwater explorer and photographer Jack Stein Grove to the Seychelles off the East Coast of Africa in the deep, blue Indian Ocean. Jack will guide you through the underwater coral gardens of the Seychelles or you can go by yourself and explore the depths of this underwater paradise. Check your gear and dive into the calm, clear waters of the Indian Ocean to discover the treasures of the Seychelle Islands at http:// pathfinder.com/ @@mbvZfWLGXgAAQNao/ pathfinder/ kidstuff/ underwater/ lost2/ sey1.html. (This site is no longer available.)

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Jupiter's diameter is how many times larger than Earth's?

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Dear Amy: I'm working on science project and my teacher thought we could use the WWW as a starting place for ideas. My dad says I shouldn't just go anywhere on the Internet, so where do I start? Jason, Arlington, TX.

Dear Jason: My newest favorite starting place is Yahooligans at http://kids.yahoo.com. It's an index and a search engine especially for kids so parents like it, too. You can search for all kinds of science stuff, from airplanes to mockingbirds to weather.

Dear Amy: The only computers we have in our school are really old, and no one in my school knows anything about the Internet. I see on TV that lots of other schools are connected, how can I get my school on the Web? Lenny, Harrisburg, PA.

Dear Lenny: The starting place for getting your school connected to the Web is in your own community. First, find out if any other schools in your town are connected. Ask your parents, a teacher, or your principal to help you in your quest. The public library can always answer questions about who, what, where and how. Other places to start could be a nearby computer store or you can check out the Yellow Pages for an Internet service provider.

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