Reference numberMS/926/10/1
TitleViking probe papers, proposal on the potential collection and analysis of Martian soil samples by NASA, by Geoffrey Eglinton
Date13 November 1969 - 14 September 1976
DescriptionCorrespondence and documents regarding proposals for the NASA Viking mission to Mars, compiled by Geoffrey Eglinton.

Documents enclosed in the file as listed in the front:
VIK/BR/69/1 Minimum finance necessary to make a start (rough notes for SRC meeting, November 1969)
VIK/BR/69/2 Notes on points made by the Geophysics sub-committee on the Space Policy and Grants Committee at SRC October 31st, 1969
VIK/BR/69/3 Diagram of SRC Organisation of Councils and Boards
VIK/BR/69/4 Diagram of models
VIK/BR/69/5 Diagram of Berkeley programme
VIK/BR/69/6 SRC application form
VIK/BR/69/7 NASA proposal for Viking 1973 Mars Mission - technical section
VIK/BR/69/8 NASA proposal for Viking 1973 Mars Mission - management section
VIK/BR/69/9 Figure 1. Schematic of the SPU
VIK/BR/69/10 Harwell costs
VIK/BR/69/11 Notes on position by end of May 1970
VIK/BR/69/12 SPU schedule
VIK/BR/69/13 Report to SRC by G[eoffrey] Eglinton

Professor Melvin Calvin - University of California
Geoffrey Eglinton - University of Bristol
John E Naugle - NASA
Mr JF Hosie - Science Research Council
RS Young - NASA
Dr Orr E Reynolds - NASA
Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger - University of Cambridge
Extent1 file, 22 items
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5958Calvin; Melvin (1911 - 1997)1911 - 1997
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
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