Reference numberMS/926/1/13
TitleDrafts of publications on Luna 16 and 20, collected by Colin Pillinger
DateDecember 1973-July 1976
DescriptionCorrespondence and drafts of publications on Luna 16 and 20 by Professor Geoffrey Eglinton, Dr Colin Pillinger and co-authors as follows:

'Carbon Chemistry of the Luna 16 and 20 samples'
Colin Trevor Pillinger, Geoffrey Eglinton, A.P. Gower and A.J.T. Jull
'The separation and subdivision of two samples of lunar soil collected by the Luna 16 and 20 missions'
Colin Trevor Pillinger, A.P. Gowar
'Location of CH4 and carbide in lunar fines: Luna 16 and 20 samples'
Geoffrey Eglinton, A.P. Gowar, A.J.T. Jull., J.R. Maxwell and Colin Trevor Pillinger
'Analysis of various size, visually selected and density and magnetically separated fractions of Luna 16 and 20 samples'
By The Royal Society Luna Sample Investigation Team:
Professor Geoffrey Eglinton, A.P. Gowar, A.J.T . Jull and Colin Trevor Pillinger, University of Bristol
S.O.Agrell, J.E. Agrell, J.V.P. Long, University of Cambridge
S.H.U. Bowie, P.R.Simpson, R.D. Beckinsale, J.J. Durham, International Geographical Society, London
G. Turner, P.H. Cadogan, University of Sheffield
T.C. Gibb, R. Greatrex, Norman Neil Greenwood, University of Leeds
D.W. Collinson, Stanley Keith Runcorn, Alan Stephenson, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
S.A. Durani, J.H. Fremlin, F.S.W. Hwang, H.A. Khan

Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger, University of Bristol
Dr John H. Pomeroy, NASA
Extent1 folder,11 items
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
NA5328Runcorn; Stanley Keith (1922 - 1995)1922 - 1995
NA4428Greenwood; Norman Neill (1925 - 2012)1925 - 2012
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