Reference numberMS/926/7
TitleWorking papers, correspondence and data on the solar wind and lunar surface simulation studies, collected by Colin Trevor Pillinger
Date23 September 1971 - 28 April 1976
DescriptionResearch into the carbon chemistry of the lunar surface and the impact of the solar wind and ion implantation involved lunar samples from multiple missions. File includes correspondence and discussion with other scientists about experiments to simulate solar wind activity in the laboratory, handwritten notes on solar wind simulation studies and mass spectrometry data for lunar surface simulation. Binder contains mass spectrometry data.

William A Grant - University of Salford
Professor G Carter - University of Salford
Dr Colin Trevor Pillinger - University of Bristol
Dr G. McCracken - UK Atomic Energy Agency
Kevin Erents - UK Atomic Energy Agency
Extent1 file, 15 items, 1 folder
Physical descriptionOversize box containing large binder of data and folder of loose papers.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4367Pillinger; Colin Trevor (1943 - 2014)1943 - 2014
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