Leap seconds

From: Russell Eberst (eberst@blueyonder.co.uk)
Date: Sun Jun 30 2002 - 06:16:14 EDT

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    Whatever happened to 'leap seconds'? They were designed to be
    inserted at the end of December or June (today) to allow the
    Earth to catch up with a regular time standard. However, there
    hasn't been a leap second announced for many months.
    
    
    Best wishes,
    Russell  Eberst
    55.9486N,   3.1383W,  150 feet = 46 metres above MSL
    
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