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    Re: History of the IDL
    From: R.H. van Gent
    Date: 2000 Jan 08, 5:33 AM

    > As part of their Millennium celebration the UK Royal Institute of Navigation
    > have published several articles on the International Date Line.
    > Check out their web site www.rin.org.uk or contact David Broughton, the
    > Director, on rindir@atlas.co.uk.
    Dear Philip Ouvry and Al Sroka,
    Thank you for your response.
    I have chacked the web site of the UK Royal Institute of Navigation, but I could
    not find any direct link to anything relating to the IDL. Either it is well
    hidden or they have removed it after the inception of the (pseudo)millennium.
    I will try to contact David Broughton directly and I hope that he can help me
    Best wishes,
    * Robert H. van Gent * Tel/Fax:  00-31-30-2720269              *
    * Zaagmolenkade 50   * E-mail:   r.h.vangent@astro.uu.nl       *
    * 3515 AE Utrecht    * Home page (under construction):         *
    * The Netherlands    *           http://www.fys.ruu.nl/~vgent/ *

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