Reference numberMS/926/5/10/1
TitleCorrespondence and papers relating to Apollo 17 lunar sample allocation and transfer, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date10 October 1972 - 24 May 1976
DescriptionPapers include NASA curatorial newsletters, memoranda and instructions to Principle Investigators and details of the cutting of lunar rocks 72395 and 70215,0 which includes photographic images of the samples. There is a detailed progress report on the processing of sample 72275. Includes blank sample accountability and sample history forms. A black and white photograph is labelled as sample 72275, has ''Eglinton' written at the top and cutting drawn and labelled on. Also includes a transcript of an interview with the Apollo 17 crew with discussion of the geological significance of the landing site. Correspondence includes sample allocation.

John O Annexsted, NASA
Michael B. Duke, NASA
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol
WC Phinney, NASA
Dr Adlakha, Science Research Council
Mrs MD Battson, Secretary to Colin Trevor Pillinger
John H Pomeroy, NASA
Extent1 folder, 33 items
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
DimensionsPhotograph 135mmx105mm
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
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