Reference numberCMB/122/3
Previous numbersCMB/122c(i)
TitleBritish National Committee on Space Research - Minutes of Subcommittees and Working Groups
Date28 March 1961- 8 December 1961
Descriptioninutes of:
1. S.II Scout Satellite Working Group
2. Design of Experiments Subcomittee Astronomy Working Group
3. Design of Experiments Subcommittee Working Group on Lunar and Planetary Astronomy
4. Tracking Working Group
5. TADREC Subcommittee
6. Satellite Experiments Working Group on Radio Transmission and Galactic Noise
7. University Projects Expenditure Subcommittee
8. Design of Experiments Subcommitte, Satellite Experiments Working Group on Magnetic and Gravitational Fields of the Earth
9. Design of Experiments Subcommittee
10. British National Committee on Space Research
11. Ionospheric Probes Working Group
12. Radio Wave Experiments Working Group
13. TADREC Subcommittee, Telemetry and Data Handling Working Group
14. Cosmic Rays and Magnetic Fields Working Group
15. Solar and Stellar Astronomy Working Group
16. Orbit Analysis and Gravitation Fields Working Group
Extent1 volume
Physical descriptionTyped pages pasted into bound volume
Access statusOpen
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