Record

Reference numberMS/926/5/6/6
LevelFile
TitlePapers relating to the Apollo 14 lunar sample 14267 consortium processes, transfers and analysis, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date6 December 1971 - 8 July 1977
DescriptionCorrespondence and papers regarding work on sample 14267 from Apollo 14, including correspondence with NASA about the transfer of lunar samples, handwritten notes on experiments at various institutions with measurements, agenda for the European Consortium for the analysis of lunar rock 14267 held at Cambridge 14 December 1971. There is a detailed description of the handling and processing of the sample at Bristol, and a handwritten note detailing which consortium members have which samples. Multiple copies of Colin Pillinger's hand drawn diagram and notes showing how the sample was cut.

Correspondents:
Dr R.B. Laughton, NASA
Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger, University of Bristol
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol

Members of the consortium:
Dr G. Eglinton, University of Bristol
Dr S.L. Agrell, Cambridge University
Dr P. Gay, Cambridge University
Mr J.H. Scoon, Cambridge University
Professor A. Dollfus, Observatoire de Paris
Dr M. Maurette, Institut de Physique Nuclear, Orsay
Dr P. Signer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Extent1 file, 10 items
FormatPhotocopy
Manuscript
Typescript
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
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