Reference numberMS/926/8/2/1
TitlePapers relating to the discussion meeting 'The Moon: a new appraisal from space missions and laboratory analyses,' held by the British National Committee on Space Research, of Colin Pillinger
Date5 February 1975 - 17 April 1975
DescriptionThe discussion meeting 'The Moon - A new appraisal from space missions and laboratory analysis' was held by the Royal Society's National Committee on Space Research 9 - 12 June 1975 at Carlton House Terrace. Papers include handwritten notes by Colin Pillinger for a talk on 11 June 1975 on the chemistry of carbon in the lunar regolith, and a hand drawn and coloured diagram, untitled, appearing to show the lunar carbon cycle and a summary of the processes contributing carbon to lunar material. Programme, ephemera and abstracts of the papers presented.

Harold I Drever - University of St Andrews
Sir David Martin CBE - The Royal Society
Professor Geoffrey Eglinton - University of Bristol

Discussion arranged by the British National Committee on Space Research, under the leadership of:
Sir Harrie [Stewart Wilson] Massey
Professor GM [Sir George Malcolm] Brown
Professor Geoffrey Eglinton
Professor SK [Stanley Keith] Runcorn
Professor HC [Harold Clayton] Urey
Extent1 file, 14 items.
Physical description1 file
DimensionsDiagram 315x80mm
Access statusOpen
Related materialMS/926/7/2/2, 'The Moon: a new appraisal from space missions and laboratory analyses; a Royal Society discussion held 9-12 June 1975,' published by the Royal Society, available in the Library, class number 559.91.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1702Massey; Sir; Harrie Stewart Wilson (1908 - 1983); physicist1908 - 1983
NA2137Brown; Sir; George Malcolm (1925 - 1997)1925 - 1997
NA5073Eglinton; Geoffrey (1927 - 2016)1927 - 2016
NA5328Runcorn; Stanley Keith (1922 - 1995)1922 - 1995
NA1884Urey; Harold Clayton (1893 - 1981)1893 - 1981
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