Reference numberTG/3/1
TitleLetters relating to the running of Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory, 1963-1964
DateDec 1963-Oct 1964
DescriptionContains letters and papers relating to the running of Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory, Dec 1963-Mar 1964, Oct 1964. The file includes copies of letters from Thomas Gold to D R Corson, Provost, Cornell University, F A Long, Vice President for Research, Cornell University, and William E Gordon, Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory, expressing his concern about the way the observatory was being run. The file also includes a memorandum from F A Long on the 'Organization and procedures for Cornell's program in radio astronomy and radio physics', dated 28 January 1964, a paper entitled 'Proposed organization of the Arecibo project' and a list of Cornell University staff at the observatory, dated 28 January 1964.
Extent1 file
FormatCarbon copies, photocopies, roneo, manuscript, typescript and printed documents
Access statusOpen
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