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Indonesian research ship surveys Indian Ocean

16th April 2015
Indonesian research ship Baruna Jaya I, under a program named "Indonesia Program Initiative on Maritime Observation and Analysis (InaPRIMA)," is surveying the Indian Ocean for a month between April 16 and May 15, 2015. ...
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