Reference numberMS/926/5/2/5
TitlePapers and correspondence of lunar principle investigators, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date25 August 1967 - 6 April 1971
DescriptionIncludes lists of Principle Investigators, their institution, proposed investigation and discipline group, as well as a list of the British Principle Investigators, NASA memoranda distributed to Principle Investigators, and correspondence.

Dr Geoffrey Eglinton - University of Bristol
AA Levinson - University of Calgary
John H Pomeroy - NASA
Mr James H Sasser - NASA
Dr SO Agrell - University of Cambridge
Dr Daniel H Anderson - NASA
Dr HG Thode - McMaster University
Anthony J Calio - NASA
Dr JP Schiffer - NASA
John P Schiffer - Argonne National Laboratory
Dr George H Morrison - Cornell University
Stephen E Haggerty - Geophysical Laboratory
Dr GB Dalrymple - US Department of the Interior, Geological Survey
Dr Douglas B Nash - NASA
Dr Paul Gast - Lamont Geological Observatory of Columbia University
Dr Vincent Essex - Science Research Council
Professor S [Samuel] Tolansky - University of London
Professor SK [Stanley Keith] Runcorn - University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Dr G Turner - University of Sheffield
Professor GFJ Garlick - University of Hull
A Honey - University of Bristol
Dr BG Pressey - Science Research Council
Arnold W Frutkin - NASA
Dr RM Payne - Science Research Council
Willmot N Hess - NASA
Extent1 file, 46 items
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
NA6395Tolansky; Samuel (1907 - 1973)1907 - 1973
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