Reference numberMS/926/5/7/12
TitlePapers and correspondence relating to consortium paper 'The history of lunar breccia 15015', collected by Colin Pillinger
Date21 November 1974 - 18 November 1975
DescriptionList of authors, which extends beyond the members of the consortium, abstract of the paper, correspondence and a draft of the paper with figures and handwritten annotations.

Dr William C. Phinney, NASA
Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger, University of Bristol
Dr Stuart O. Agrell, University of Cambridge
Dr Grenville Turner, University of Sheffield

List of 'European Consortium and friends':
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol
B.S. Mays, University of Bristol
Dr Colin Trevor Pillington, University of Bristol
Dr Stuart O. Agrell, University of Cambridge
John H. Scoon, University of Cambridge
Dr Stuart O. Agrell, University of Cambridge
A.A. Arnold, University of Cambridge
I. R. Kaplan, University of California
C. Petrowski, University of California
J.W. Smith ,Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
P.W. Gast, NASA
L.E. Nyquist, NASA
J. C. Dran, Laboratore Rene Bernas
M. Maurette, Laboratore Rene Bernas
E. Bowell, Paris Observatory
Dr Audouin Dollfus, Paris Observatory
J.E. Geake, University of Manchester
P.H. Cadogan, University of Sheffield
L. Schultz, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
E.L. Evans, University of Aberystwyth
M.J. Tricker, University of Aberystwyth
Extent1 folder containing 9 items
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
Related materialPDF of paper available at: 25 January 2019
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
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