Record

Reference numberMS/926/2/6
LevelFile
TitleUnbound minutes of the allocation committee for Luna 24 samples, with supporting material and correspondence, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date17 June 1977 - 1 June 1978
DescriptionAgenda and minutes of the allocation committee for Luna 24 samples, with related correspondence and supporting material, including records documenting the transfer of material and details of the Luna 24 samples allocated. The typed minutes of 17 June contain additional handwritten notes relating to the allocation of samples. Correspondence includes that between Geoffrey Eglinton and Dr Basukov arranging the sending of Luna 24 samples outside of the United Kingdom, to Dr Peter Signer of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Switzerland, and Dr J C Laul of Batelle North-west University, Washington State, USA.

Individuals in attendance at committee meetings:

Barber, D. J.
Brown, G. M.
Durrani, S. A.
Eglinton, Geoffrey
Fielder, G.
Graham, A. L.
Hennessy, J.
Hutchison, R.
Mayer, A. E. S.
Pillinger, Colin
Runcorn, S. K.
Simpson, P. R.
Stephenson, A.
Turner, G.
Whitley, J. E.
Extent1 folder containg 65 items
FormatPhotocopy
Typescript
Manuscript
Physical descriptionFolder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
CopiesDigital, MS_926_2_6_001-107 on internal Z drive, available on request
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
NA5328Runcorn; Stanley Keith (1922 - 1995)1922 - 1995
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