Reference numberMS/926/5/4/2
TitleCorrespondence relating to Apollo 12 lunar sample distribution, custody and contamination, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date26 September 1969 - 26 September 1973
DescriptionCorrespondence concerning the distribution of samples from the Apollo 12 mission, as well as a list of samples received, sample custody transfer forms, and sample testing. Also included are details of how the samples were to be protected from contamination using activated alumina, correspondence on the analysis of organic monitors and other preparation for sample analysis. Printed NASA material includes the 'Lunar receiving laboratory mission plan for Apollo 12.' A note on the file from Judith Pillinger says the handwritten notes are by Dr Geoffrey Eglinton.

Robin Brett, NASA
Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger, Bristol University
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, Bristol University
Dr M. B. Duke, NASA
Dr Daniel H. Anderson, NASA
Dr B.G. Pressey, Science Research Council
Dr Donald. A. Flory, NASA
Mr A.J. Calio, NASA
Paul W. Gast, Columbia University
Dr Donald A. Morrison, NASA
Professor Gene Simmons, Massachusetts Institute of Techonology
Dr Paul Gast, Columbia University
Professor Melvin Calvin, University of California, Berkeley
A. D. Gillinder, Science Research Council
Mr Richard A. Wright, NASA
Dr A. L. Burlingame, University of California, Berkeley
Richard S. Johnston, NASA
Wilmot N. Hess, NASA
G. J. Wasserburg, NASA
Extent1 file, 40 items
Typescript copy
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
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