Reference numberMS/926/5/7/10
TitleCorrespondence and administrative papers relating to Apollo 15 lunar sample consortia, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date12 May 1972 - 29 July 1977
DescriptionCorrespondence and papers relating to the consortia for the analysis of lunar samples 15601, 12023 and 15015. In the case of 15015 this includes a list of sample numbers with weights and the laboratory holding the sample. The unique properties of the Apollo 12 samples are referenced in correspondence. Included is a list of consortium leaders.

Patrick Butler Jr., NASA
Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger, University of Bristol
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol
Dr E.K. Gibson, NASA
Dr M.B. Duke, NASA

European consortium members for sample 15601:
Dr Stuart O. Agrell, Cambridge University
Dr Audouin Dollfus, Paris Observatory
M. Maurette, French National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics
Dr Ludolf Schultz, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Dr Peter Signer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Dr Alan Stephenson, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
G. Turner, University of Sheffield
Dr Wanke, Mainz

Consortium leaders:
Dr G.J. Wasserburg, California Institute of Technology
Dr L.T. Silver, California Institute of Technology
Dr A.L. Albee, California Institute of Technology
Dr J.B. Hartung, State University of New York
Dr J.A. Wood, Smithsonian Institution
Dr D. Nava, NASA
Dr J. Geiss, University of Bern
Dr A.L. Burlingame, University of California
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol
Dr Dieter Heymann, Rice University
Dr E.C.T. Chao, US Geological Survey
Dr O.B. James, US Geological Survey
Dr E. Roedder, US Geological Survey
Dr N.J. Hubbard, NASA
Dr L.A. Haskin, NASA
Dr W.C. Phinney, NASA
Dr Klaus Keil, University of New Mexico
Extent1 folder containing 8 items
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
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