Record

Reference numberMS/926/5/8/4
LevelFile
TitlePhotographs relating to Apollo 16 cosmic ray detection and papers relating to Apollo 16 sample analysis results, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date16 April 1972 - 23 August 1978
DescriptionBlack and white photographs of an array to detect cosmic rays, cosmic ray tracks and astronaut John W. Young in a space suit holding a model of the detector arrays to record the tracks of cosmic rays on the exterior of the Lunar Module. Summary of analysis and results on breccia 60016 by L. Schultz, HW Weber, H Hintenberger, H Palme, B Spettel and H Wanke.

Correspondents:
WC Phinney, NASA
Michael B Duke, NASA
Dr Patrick Butler, NASA
Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger, Cambridge University
John O Annexstad, NASA
Ruth M Fruland, NASA
Dr Geoffrey Eglinton, University of Bristol
Professor Dr Ludolf Schultz, Max Plank Institute for Chemistry
Extent1 folder containing 15 items
FormatTypescript
Photograph
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
DimensionsPhotographs 257x200mm
Access statusOpen
Related materialPhotograph of John W. Young in also in MS/926/5/8/2
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