Reference numberMS/926/5/3
TitlePapers relating to Apollo 11 lunar sample analysis, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date1969 - 1973
DescriptionRecords relating to the analysis of lunar samples from the Apollo 11 mission, the majority of which are correspondence. Where noted files also touch upon subsequent Apollo 12 lunar sample analysis.

Contains the following files:
Correspondence between Geoffrey Eglinton and the Science Research Council, collected by Colin Pillinger
Correspondence relating to Apollo 11 lunar sample analysis, collected by Colin Pillinger
Correspondence relating to the curation and custody of Apollo 11 samples, collected by Colin Pillinger
Papers relating to Apollo 11 sample number 10,059, collected by Colin Pillinger
Papers regarding the background to early lunar separations, collected by Colin Pillinger
File, 'Utilisation of lunar samples,' of Colin Pillinger
Draft papers relating to Apollo 11, collected by Colin Pillinger
Photographs of the lunar surface, collected by Colin Pillinger
Extent8 files
Physical description8 folders
Access statusOpen
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