ARCHITECTURE/ART: Buckyball Gif File Source.

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There is a flaw in the picture, but it is still gives a pretty good
representation of a buckyball. It's computer generated, and color.
Available in .gif or .jpg format.
Pat

Patrick G. Salsbury State University of NY @ Buffalo, USA
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Date: Wed, 15 Apr 92 17:41:34 CDT
From: [email protected] (steve)
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: Buckyball graphics

Thank you very much, I have moved the two files into the msrc subdirectory
(materials science research center) and passed the information onto the
visualization experts here to see if they can do something with them. If
you want to, post a message to the list in case anyone else would like to
get the files, and they can anonymous ftp them from the subdirectory msrc
on tac.harc.edu.

Thanks you once again for your time and help, it's greatly appreciated!

Sincerely
Steve
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