Reference numberMS/926/5/9/4
TitleCopies of Apollo 16 lunar special samples media coverage, collected by Colin Pillinger
Date12 December 1974 - 13 February 1975
DescriptionContains copies of the following articles:
'Preserved lunar sample opened,' Jim Maloney, The Houston Post, 1974
'Monndust boxes spring a surprise,' Liverpool Daily Post, 1974
'Moondust - but there is a catch in it,' The Birmingham Post, 1974
'Moon dust may be clue to metal corrosion,' The Times, 1974
'The opening and preliminary examination of the Apollo 16 contact surface samples,' by Colin Trevor Pillinger and Ann Gowen.
NASA 'Curatorial Newsletter,' Michael B. Duke, 1975
Extent1 folder containing 6 items
Physical description1 folder of loose papers
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
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