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When the United States oceanographic ship ARGO docked at Tandjung Priok today (January 23) three Indonesian scientists were on board. They had joined the ship at Darwin to assist American scientists in making studies of the Indian Ocean. They are, from left to right: Mr. Chaidir of the Meteorological Institution; Lt. Rustamadji of the Navy Hydrological Service and Mr. Sujatmo of the Indonesian Council for Sciences. The ship will remain in port for three days during which time a seminar will be held by the American scientists for their Indonesian counterparts at MIPI, at Djalan Medan Merdeka Selatan
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Scripps Institution of Oceanography Photographs
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This digital image is a surrogate of an item from the James Lawrence Faughn Papers, 1928-1980
Library Services and Technology Act - California Explores the Ocean
Oceanographic research ships
Argo (Ship)
Lusiad Expedition (1962-63)
International Indian Ocean Expedition, 1960-1965

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