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Authorised form of nameRuncorn; Stanley Keith (1922 - 1995)
SurnameRuncorn
ForenamesStanley Keith
Dates1922 - 1995
Dates and placesBirth:
19 November 1922
Death:
06 December 1995
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
18/03/1965
Lectures:
Rutherford 1970
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2002 vol 48 pp 391-403, plate, by D W Collinson
Notes:
Possible death date of 05 December 1995
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/22201802
Royal Society codeNA5328
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PB/3/2/4/10/4Correspondence with SK Runcorn1961
PB/3/2/4/2/2Correspondence with SK Runcorn on current geophysical research in Cambridge1953
PB/3/2/4/9/6Correspondence with SK Runcorn on 'geological and geophysical departments in the States which you would find worth visiting' 1960
PB/9/1/101/12Royal Society correspondence1970
PB/3/2/1/18/10/38Correspondence with SK Runcorn re Blackett's Climatology paper c.1961
PB/3/1/3/3/33Correspondence with SK Runcorn following Blackett's 1947 paper on magnetismnd
PB/9/2/3/11/18Personal references and appointments: R
PB/9/2/3/11/5Personal references and appointments: C
PB/3/2/4/14/2Correspondence with SK Runcorn January-September 1964
PB/3/1/1/5/1Notes, diagrams and calculations by Blackett on design of magnetometer.1947
PB/1/33/3/6Companion of Honour1965
TG/1/2/309Letter from Thomas Gold to Professor S K Runcorn, The University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Department of Physics, Newcastle upon Tyne, England 1 February 1965
EC/1965/26Runcorn, Stanley Keith: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MS/926/1/13Drafts of publications on Luna 16 and 20, collected by Colin PillingerDecember 1973-July 1976
MS/926/8/2/3Administrative papers relating to the Planetary Sciences Study Group and the Subcommittee on Planetary Sciences, of Colin Pillinger6 October 1970 - May 1979
PB/3/2/4/8Scientific and personal correspondence with SK Runcorn1960-1966
MS/926/5/8/3Papers and correspondence relating to Apollo 16 special samples, collected by Colin Pillinger19 July 1971 - 25 January 1974
MS/926/2/7Papers recording allocation, transfer and analysis of Luna 24 samples, collected by Colin Pillinger25 April 1977 - 7 February 1978
MS/926/5/6/2Correspondence with NASA regarding Apollo 14 lunar sample analysis, collected by Colin Pillinger21 August 1969 - 25 February 1972
IM/GA/GRS/5214Runcorn, Stanley Keithnd
MS/926/2/1Correspondence regarding the procurement of Luna 24 samples for the UK, collected by Colin Pillinger15 September 1976 - 30 June 1977
MS/926/8/2/1Papers 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 Pillinger5 February 1975 - 17 April 1975
MS/926/2/2Papers on The Royal Society Soirée Luna 24 consortium exhibit, collected by Colin Pillinger4 January 1978 - 4 May 1978
MS/926/5/3/5Papers regarding the background to early lunar separations, collected by Colin Pillinger 1970
MS/926/5/3/2Correspondence relating to Apollo 11 lunar sample analysis, collected by Colin Pillinger 14 July 1969 - 1973
MS/926/2/12Figures, notes and published papers of lunar sample analysis, compiled by Colin Pillinger8th September 1977 - 2009
MS/926/2/6Unbound minutes of the allocation committee for Luna 24 samples, with supporting material and correspondence, collected by Colin Pillinger17 June 1977 - 1 June 1978
MS/926/8/2/5Administrative papers relating to the Planetary Sciences Working Group and the Subcommittee on Planetary Sciences, of Colin Pillinger8 November 1972 - 22 March 1983
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