Reference numberMS/926/5/4/3
TitleCorrespondence relating to Apollo 12 lunar sample custody, contamination, and preparation collected by Colin Pillinger
Date6 February 1970 - 15 November 1971
DescriptionRecords relating to the custody of lunar samples, a list of the sections of lunar samples with sample numbers, correspondence relating to extensions of lunar sample loans and contamination, 'General summary of botanical quarantine testing Apollo 11 and 12,' which includes a list of plant species that have been 'challenged with either Apollo 11 or 12 lunar material,' information on sample preparation including photograph and diagram of the cutting of a lunar rock. Copy of the Apollo 12-13 guidelines for Principle Investigators.

Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger, Bristol University
Dr M. B. Duke, NASA
Mr Robert B. Laughon, NASA
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol
Anthony J. Calio, NASA
Gene Simmons, NASA
Dr Brian Erb, NASA
D. Amos, Science Research Council
Dr Michael A. Reynolds, NASA
Mrs Diana .J. Longland, Science Research Council
Mrs Sue Sneddon, Secretary to Dr Eglinton
Miss Ruth Fruland, NASA
G.J. Wasserburg, California Institute of Technology
Daniel H. Anderson, NASA
Verl R. Wilmarth, NASA
Mr John D. Lobb, NASA
Harold F. Chevalier, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Professor A.A. Levinson, University of Calgary
Dr James Rankin Maxwell, University of Bristol
Mr H. Cage, the MIT press
Miss Parker, the MIT press
Dr I.A. Breger, US Geological Survey
Extent1 file, 57 items
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
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