Reference numberMS/926/5/7/2
TitlePapers produced by NASA and correspondence relating to Apollo 15, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date14 July 1971 - 12 May 1975
DescriptionCorrespondence and papers on the Apollo 15 lunar samples and their allocation. A NASA newsletter 14 July 1971 mentions the exchange of Apollo lunar sample material with the Soviet Union in return for material collected during the Russian Luna 16 mission, and a letter from Michael B Duke at NASA 16 November 1971 to Principle Investigators discusses an exchange of scientists studying lunar samples between the USSR and USA. Includes blank sample return forms.

Michael B. Duke, NASA
Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger, University of Bristol
Everett K. Gibson, NASA
Dr J.W. Chamberlain, NASA
Mr R.I. Logan, Science Research Council
Anthony J. Calio, NASA
Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol
Extent1 folder, 20 items
Physical description1 folder loose items
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
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