Record

Reference numberMS/926/5/6/2
LevelFile
TitleCorrespondence with NASA regarding Apollo 14 lunar sample analysis, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date21 August 1969 - 25 February 1972
DescriptionCorrespondence with NASA regarding lunar samples, but also includes a letter from Geoffrey Eglinton to the BBC. Subjects discussed include containers, the disposal of lunar material and contamination.

Correspondents:
Michael B. Duke, NASA
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol
Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger, University of Bristol
Dr Michael A. Reynolds, NASA
R. Bryan Erb, NASA
Dr A.L. Burlingame, University of California, Berkley
Mr M. Latham, BBC, Tomorrow's World
Professor S.K. Runcorn, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
J.F. Price, Science Research Council
Mr A.J. Calio, NASA
Dr B.G. Pressey, Science Research Council
A.D. Gillinder, Science Research Council
John E. Naugle, NASA
Dr Richard J. Allenby, NASA

Listed are the Organic Chemistry Principle Investigators:
Dr Melvin Calvin, University of California, Berkley
Dr Cyril A. Ponnamperuma, NASA
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol
Dr John Oro, University of Houston
Dr Klaus Bieman, Massachusettes Institute of Technology
Dr Bartholomew Nagy, The University of Arizona
Dr Sidney W. Fox, University of Miami
Dr W. G. Meinschein, Indiana University
Extent1 file, 27 items
FormatTypescript
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA5328Runcorn; Stanley Keith (1922 - 1995)1922 - 1995
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