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University of Chicago Library

Guide to the John A. Simpson Papers 1940-1988

© 2007 University of Chicago Library

Acknowledgments

In September 1987 Professor John A. Simpson began his tenure as the third incumbent of the Martin Marietta Chair in Space History at the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution. Under the auspices of that chair, Professor Simpson drafted selected memories of his distinguished career in science and consulted with historians working within the Museum’s Space History Department. As part of this effort, using funds associated with the Martin Marietta Chair, a cooperative effort was initiated between the Department of Space History of the National Air and Space Museum and the Department of Special Collections of the University of Chicago Library to appraise process and prepare a finding guide for Professor Simpson’s extensive professional papers. Subsequently, additional financial support was obtained from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (under contract NASW-4354) to complete the work.

Descriptive Summary

Title:

Simpson, John A. Papers

Dates:

1940-1988

Size:

195 linear feet (394 boxes)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

John A. Simpson (1916-2000) Papers include professional and personal correspondence, scientific research notes, lectures and articles, teaching materials, grant proposals, and technical reports and drawings. They document Simpson’s graduate work at New York University, his activity in the Metallurgical Laboratory during World War II and his teaching and research at the University of Chicago. They also document his invention and development of radiation counters, cosmic ray neutron monitors, and numerous types of charged-particle analyzers designed for space research. Simpson utilized for his research the material and financial resources of the Air Force, Navy, NSF, and NASA, and these relationships are documented in the papers. They also document his chairmanship of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago in 1945-1946 and his work with the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. The papers represent Simpson’s scientific and administrative roles in the International Geophysical Year of 1957-1958, and his later interactions with European and Soviet scientists and space agencies.

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Access

Access to materials in Series XI is restricted until 2020.

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When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Simpson, John A. Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Biographical Note

John Alexander Simpson was born November 3, 1916 in Portland, Oregon. His father, the youngest of five sons in Greenock, Scotland, came to Portland in 1910 and established a shoe and leather goods store. His mother, Janet Christie Brand, also from Greenock, was engaged to his father in Greenock and came to Portland to be married in 1914. A younger brother, William Brand, was born in 1919.

He married Elizabeth Alice Hilts in 1946. They had two children, Mary Ann born in 1954 and John Alexander in 1958. He was divorced in 1977 and married Elizabeth Scott Johnson in 1980.

Simpson’s early schooling, delayed by illness, was in public schools until he enrolled in Reed College, where he received an A.B. degree in 1940. He continued his study of physics with a scholarship and teaching assistantship at New York University at University Heights. He received an S.M. degree in 1942 and a Ph.D. degree in 1943.

After requesting an opportunity to help in the war effort, Simpson received a visit in 1942 from Volney Wilson of the University of Chicago, an assistant of Arthur Holly Compton. Compton was then director of the Metallurgical Laboratory devoted to producing a nuclear chain reaction and to producing plutonium for a nuclear bomb. Wilson encouraged Simpson to develop new radiation detectors which could be used to measure radiation of high intensity. In 1943, at the invitation of the Comptons, Simpson was given a room on the top floor of their home and was soon a scientific group leader for novel instrumentation and measuring methods required for the support of the ongoing work at Chicago, Oak Ridge, and Hanford.

In 1945, Simpson requested permission to hold weekly seminars on the international control of atomic energy in Ryerson Hall. These seminars and discussions with senior physicists in the Metallurgical Laboratory resulted in the formation of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago in August 1945, with Simpson as Chairman. Soon thereafter similar organizations appeared at Oak Ridge and Los Alamos. Simpson participated in founding the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists in 1945 and was its first chairman. The activities of the scientists’ movement in Washington, D.C. in the fall of 1945 through the spring of 1946 were important for the establishment of a civilian bill for the control of atomic energy.

In August 1945 Simpson accepted, along with about ten other physicists and chemists, an appointment in the newly-formed Institute for Nuclear Studies (now the Enrico Fermi Institute), at the University of Chicago, as well as a joint appointment as instructor in the Department of Physics and the College. Subsequently, his join appointments included: Professor (1947), Associate Professor (1949) and Professor (1954). In 1968 he became the Edward L. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor and in 1974 the Arthur H. Compton Distinguished Service Professor. Since 1987 he has been the Arthur H. Compton Distinguished Service Professor, Emeritus.

Among his administrative appointments, Simpson served as Chairman of the Committee on Instruction and Biophysics (1951-1952) and Director of the Enrico Fermi Institute (1973-1978). In 1962 he founded the Laboratory for Astrophysics and Space Research in the Enrico Fermi Institute.

Simpson’s scientific career began as an undergraduate at Reed College where, for a senior thesis in 1939, he designed and constructed a two-stage electron microscope. The original aspects of that work were published by him in his first two publications. After World War II he began investigations of the energy spectrum of the primary galactic cosmic ray protons by means of their production of a secondary nucleonic component cascade in the atmosphere. Using the fast neutron production as a tracer of the nucleon cascade he discovered the existence of the large latitude dependence of the cascade, the production of which was shown to extend to very low primary particle energies. From these studies Simpson invented in 1948 the concept and instrumentation called the neutron monitor pile, based on the early nuclear chain reaction at Chicago, which for the first time enabled the investigation of the time-dependent intensity changes of the very low energy primary cosmic ray nucleon component. His studies of the time dependence of the nucleonic component over a wide range of incident particle energies led to the proof that the cosmic ray intensity variations were due to interplanetary electrodynamical processes of solar origin-called the solar modulation of the galactic cosmic rays. In 1950-1951 he established a network of these neutron monitors extending from the geomagnetic equator to high latitudes. It was his neutron monitor network which recorded the flare of February 23, 1956 leading to his demonstration with colleagues Peter Meyer and Eugene Parker that there existed a large-scale heliosphere of magnetic fields surrounding The Solar System.

Simpson’s neutron monitor design became the world standard for cosmic ray research sponsored by the 68 nations participating in the International Geophysical Year in 1957-1958.

Beginning with the Office of Naval Research’s sponsorship in 1946, Simpson’s early research was mainly supported by ONR and the U.S. Air Force. This enabled him to undertake high altitude measurements with B-29 and RF-80 aircraft, and to use U.S. Navy icebreakers for investigations around the world extending from the magnetic equator to high latitudes. Simpson worked along at first and later with graduate students. He brought Peter Meyer to Chicago in 1953 and Eugene Parker in 1955 to expand the range of his researches, largely supported by federal funds. Following the launch of the first U.S.S.R. satellite in October 1957, U.S. rockets and satellites were made available for civilian scientific research beginning in 1958, which enabled Simpson to undertake the development of an expanded laboratory and novel instrumentation to attack problems in cosmic rays, interplanetary phenomena and solar accelerated particles directly in the interplanetary medium and the trapped radiation belts of Earth. His first spacecraft experiment was on Pioneer 2, November 1958 (see “Satellite and Space Probe Missions,” p. 6).

It was in the period 1958-1960 that Simpson laid out his three interrelated areas of research goals in space and programs to achieve them:

1) The investigation of the acceleration mechanism of charged particles in nature on all astrophysical scales

2) Using charged particles as probes for the electrodynamical processes in astrophysical settings-interstellar, interplanetary, heliospheric, and planetary magnetospheres, and

3) The investigation of the origins of isotopic and chemical composition of matter measured in galactic cosmic rays, solar flares, comets and the nucleosynthesis in stars.

This “triad” of astrophysical problems-all intimately interconnected and based on his earlier researches-were to be his principal guide for experiments and theoretical research for more than thirty years. This involved space-based research between 1958 and 1990, with Simpson acting as principal investigator for more than 30 experiments. These experiments were carried on spacecraft sent to Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn-as well as to comet Halley and into the third dimension of the heliosphere. All of Simpson’s research was conducted with the strong participation of his graduate students. His space missions provided the these for most of the 32 Ph.D.s awarded to students under Simpson’s supervision. He required that each Ph.D. thesis be published as a sole author contribution.

His experimental program in space would not have been possible without his development of a strong technical, and then later administrative, infra-structure. Simpson oversaw the creation of a solid state sensor laboratory in 1959 and the recruitment of a dedicated technical staff, which could transform original designs and models into flight-worthy instrumentation. Other components of the infra-structure included software development, computing, and data analysis. All of these factors were brought together in the LASR’s building, funded by NASA in 1962 and in full operation by 1964. Recognizing that his work represented modest-scale fundamental research in a university setting but that the space missions for carrying out these experiments were very large-scale efforts, Simpson evolved a style for the conduct of original research. This style was intended to interface small, fundamental science in the university with the big science aspects of major science missions. This included missions to the planets where many individuals and organizations were required by NASA to interact with the Principal Investigator. Simpson published his concept of conducting original and successful space science programs in a university setting, which integrated the work of students, technicians, and research scientists (see papers 12B, 13B, and 14B in Simpson’s publication list).

In support of these concepts for the conduct of space science NASA provided “Technology for Science” grants to LASR faculty from the mid-1960s to the early 1980s. These grants enabled Simpson and his colleagues to develop new concepts, including Simpson’s invention of polyvinylidene fluoride polymer sensors for detection of super heavy charged particles or mass measurements of dust particles in the coma of Comet Halley (1986). This technology support, plus the sequence of discrete space missions, provided a sustaining level of support for his group in LASR. The ability of his laboratory to respond rapidly to new opportunities is illustrated by the Vega missions. Simpson invented his dust detector in 1983 and it was incorporated into an instrument in the spacecraft and launched in 1984.

Federal support from ONR and the USAF continued into the 1960s, along with the new space agency, NASA, until Congress passed the Mansfield Amendment requiring that all Department of Defense support to universities be related to direct military objectives. At this point, Simpson refused to compromise the university’s research program and realigned his research support through NASA and the National Science Foundation.

There were two major periods where NASA was unable to provide access to space for Simpson’s experiments. The first period was 1960-1962 (marked by the failure of the Ranger missions). In this interval Simpson obtained three space flights by riding experiments “piggyback” on military missions-i.e. the Discoverer series. The second interval, approximately 1976-1989, was caused mainly by NASA’s ill-fated decision to discontinue expendable launch vehicles and to concentrate on shuttle launches. The Challenger accident in 1986 accentuated this problem. For this period Simpson again turned to ONR for non-funded sponsorship of NASA-financed instruments to be carried unclassified on U.S. Air Force missions. This period also saw the initiation of the out-of-the-ecliptic mission, realized first as the “ESA/NASA International Solar Polar Mission” and later as the ESA spacecraft designated Ulysses. This was a mission which Simpson had been urging NASA to undertake since the early 1960s and one where he and his staff had developed the required instrumentation in the 1960s and 1970s (see “Chart of CRRES and Ulysses Missions,” p. 12).

Although this period was a difficult one for gaining access to space for new missions, it continued to be a productive and creative period for research. Pioneer 10, Pioneer 11, IMP 7, IMP 8, and Mariner 10 (along with neutron monitors in Peru and Colorado) constituted a heliosphere “laboratory” for astrophysical investigations covering the triad of objectives noted above.

Since the deep space missions were mainly justified by planetary encounters, Simpson designed his experiments to take advantage of both their interplanetary travel phase and, by suing different sensors or operational modes, the planetary encounters to study planetary magnetosphere particle acceleration. Continuous observations and investigations over four successive 11-year periods of solar activity and more than one and one-half solar magnetic cycles have provided a unique set of data for investigating both high energy astrophysical phenomena surrounding a typical rotating magnetic star and for galactic cosmic ray studies.

The writings listed in Part B of Simpson’s publication list reflect Simpson’s personal view that scientists have an obligation to use their knowledge and approach to the solution of problems to influence national and international efforts for controlling the use of nuclear weapons and for promoting cooperation among nations. This view accounts for his extracurricular activities on behalf of the peaceful uses of nuclear energy, as well as his participation in the 68 nation International Geophysical Year as one of its twelve science organizers during the period of the so-called Cold War. It also was a factor in the pre-glasnost cooperative space effort to Comet Halley on two Soviet spacecraft. His support for the participation of universities in the U.S. civil space program led to his organizing the Space Science Working Group in Washington, D.C. in 1982.

Scope Note

The papers of John A. Simpson comprise 195 linear feet of materials including professional and personal correspondence, scientific research notes, lectures and articles, teaching materials, grant proposals, and technical reports and drawings. Most of these belong to the period between the late 1940s and the mid-1980s and they document Simpson’s graduate work at New York University, his activity in the Metallurgical Laboratory during World War II and his teaching and research at the University of Chicago. They also document his invention and development of radiation counters, cosmic ray neutron monitors, and numerous types of charged-particle analyzers designed for space research. Simpson utilized for his research the material and financial resources of the Air Force, Navy, NSF, and NASA, and these relationships are documented in the papers. They also document his chairmanship of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago in 1945-1946 and his work with the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. The papers represent Simpson’s scientific and administrative roles in the International Geophysical Year of 1957-1958, and his later interactions with European and Soviet scientists and space agencies. Most vividly, Simpson’s papers illustrate the changing nature of astrophysical research after World War II. Because many of the experiments Simpson, his colleagues, and staff produced were ultimately integrated into spacecraft produced at much larger laboratories, Simpson’s papers offer a window on the growing complexity of both university-based research and “big science” during these years.

Roughly three-fourths of Simpson’s inactive files held in storage were incorporated into the permanent archival collection. Duplicate papers, publications, and papers bearing an incidental relation to Simpson’s work were not generally included. Documents or papers bearing notations made by Simpson, or accompanying more important documents as enclosures or attachments, were retained. In cases where Simpson made notes on the original folder or notebook containing papers, those notes were photocopied and included as the first items in that folder. In some cases papers which were not produced by Simpson were preserved in order to illustrate more fully the context in which Simpson worked. Student research notebooks or laboratory log books, for instance, are included in the Early Work subseries of Series IX. In some cases, such as Pioneer and Mariner project files, a considerable number of NASA technical documents are included which illustrate the engineering complexities of matching scientific instruments with their host spacecraft. Active files, including most of Simpson’s files dated after 1986, will be transferred to the archives at a later date.

The complete runs of scientific data produced by Simpson’s research projects were excluded from the collection. These are stored in LASR in printed form and on magnetic tape. The kinds of data Simpson’s experiments produced and the ways he utilized this data are usually represented in each project subseries, often in folders associated with his scientific writings.

It must be noted that the papers in this collection do not contain all the documents created or utilized by any of Simpson’s scientific projects. The papers collected here are only those that passed through or originated in Simpson’s office. Papers of other scientists in Simpson’s project group, and those of LASR personnel such as Gordon Lentz, Peter Meyer, and others, some of which relate directly to projects on which Simpson and these individuals collaborated, are stored in LASR and other EFI buildings.

The John A. Simpson Papers are arranged in 11 series:

I. General Correspondence

Boxes 1-32

II. University of Chicago, Boxes 33-76

III. Progessional Affiliations, Boxes 77-128

IV. Lectures and Conferences, Boxes 129-139

V. WritingsBoxes, 140-152

VI. Appointment Books, Boxes 153-157

VII. Scientific Notebooks, Boxes 158-177

VIII. Contracts and Funding, Boxes 178-194

IX. Scientific Projects, Boxes 195-386

X. Instrument Drawings, Boxes 387-389

XI. Restricted Correspondence, Boxes 390-394

Series I: GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE

This series includes both professional correspondence and files which Simpson designated “personal” correspondence. The former pertains principally to Simpson’s scientific and professional activities, the latter to non-scientific community and family-related matters. Both subseries are arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Headings include both individuals and institutions. Simpson maintained a file for an individual when correspondence became regular, typically for a period of one or more years when a particular project, grant, or contract entailed regular correspondence with that individual. Most of the correspondence in this series was in sequences labeled “general correspondence,” each covering a period of several years, and this series was constructed by collating these files. In some cases, miscellaneous correspondence found with papers of other series was added to this correspondence series. However, individual letters were usually left in the folders where they were found, and consequently letters and memos can be found throughout the Simpson papers. Correspondence with a particular individual or institution can often be found in files for particular projects in Series IX, and elsewhere depending on the nature of the relationship.

Series II: UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

Papers relating to Simpson’s teaching and administrative duties at the University of Chicago are compiled in Series II. Lectures, notes, overhead transparencies, and quizzes are contained in the course materials subseries and listed by class number and the academic quarter in which the course was taught. They are arranged by course number.

Included in this series is a selection of annotated drafts of student dissertations which illustrate Simpson’s involvement with graduate students and their research. He required each of his students to publish a single-author research paper. The most heavily annotated draft was selected from the six or eight in Simpson’s files.

The Department of Physics subseries comprises files that Simpson usually labeled “Responsibilities,” which cover a wide range of academic and administrative matters. These files are now labeled “general departmental files.”

Simpson was director of the Enrico Fermi Institute from 1973 to 1978. The papers in the EFI subseries reflect that responsibility along with his professorship in the Institute.

The LASR subseries contains papers relating to the planning, financing and construction of the Laboratory for Astrophysics and Space Research. Included is NASA correspondence, extensive documentation of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill’s architectural planning of the building, various plans for the expansion of the facility, and documentation of its sometimes turbulent financial history.

The College of the University of Chicago subseries reflects Simpson’s involvement with several committees involved with undergraduate teaching.

Series III: PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Series III documents Simpson’s relationships with a number of scientific organizations. The first subseries contains papers referring to Simpson’s involvement with the Atomic Scientists of Chicago, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, and other national and international organizations concerned with science, atomic energy, and society during the years immediately following World War II. His activities in Washington D.C., as well as those of other scientists concerned with atomic energy policy, are reflected in these files.

Files on the International Geophysical Year (IGY) of 1957-1958 reflect both Simpson’s administrative and scientific involvement. The latter, however, is more thoroughly documented in Series IX. These, mostly administrative, papers are divided into those relating to the Comité Spécial Année Géophysique International (CSAGI), meetings and conferences of CSAGI, and the United States National Committee for the IGY (USNC-IGY). Simpson was a representative of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) to CSAGI, and he was a member of the USNC Technical Panel on Cosmic Rays. The subseries also contains reports from countries participating in the IGY programs.

Following the IGY subseries are files concerning his membership in the Space Science Board (SSB), an organization of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) involved with planning national policy for space research. Simpson was a member of the Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space. The papers reflect the activities of Simpson and the SSB from its founding in the late 1950s through the 1960s. Several files containing SSB documents and position papers from the 1980s are also included.

The Astronomy Missions Board was a science policy board established by NASA. It met between 1967 and 1971, at which time it was dissolved and its function undertaken by the Space Program Advisory Council. Simpson was involved with the Fields and Particle Astronomy Panel during the years 1968 and 1969 when the panel drew up recommendations for particle astronomy to be supported in the 1970s. The files include meeting minutes, reports, and position papers.

Files on the National Academy of Sciences document Simpson’s election to the Academy in 1959 and his activity with the Academy throughout his career.

Series III continues with files concerning the Space Science Working Group which Simpson formed in early 1982. Under the auspices of the American Association of Universities, the working group lobbied Congress and opposed budget cuts affecting allocations for space science that were made early in President Ronald Reagan’s tenure. The working group primarily opposed cutbacks affecting NASA’s Office of Space Science and Applications and Office of Tracking and Data Acquisition. Simpson’s activities included correspondence, presiding at meetings, and making presentations to university and government personnel.

The Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) exists within the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU), a United Nations sponsored umbrella organization. Simpson was involved with COSPAR by way of its relations with the Space Science Board and with LASR, both of which reported to COSPAR during the 1960s and 1970s.

The Advisory Group on Science Policy (AGOSP) subseries contains files representing Simpson’s activity in this group spanning 1972 to 1976. Meeting minutes, position papers, and reports are included in these files.

Miscellaneous files at the end of the series represent Simpson’s membership on the Board of Trustees of the Adler Planetarium, his appointment by the Harvard University’s Board of Overseers for Astronomy, and his correspondence with several other professional and academic organizations.

Series IV: LECTURES AND CONFERENCES

The files in this series relate to various meetings and conferences which Simpson either attended or in which he participated, and which do not relate directly or exclusively to a particular scientific or professional project. Files on conferences on the results of particular space probes, for instance, will be found in the appropriate project subseries in Series IX. The first section of the series includes files for non-technical or popular meetings and talks, such as those concerning science policy or those presenting scientific information to a non-scientific audience. After the general subseries, there are sections for particular scientific organizations sponsoring conferences. These include the American Geophysical Union (AGU), American Physical Society (APS), Midwest conferences on cosmic rays, and International Union for Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). The title of the lecture Simpson delivered appears first in the folder heading. When no such title is given, Simpson probably only attended the meeting.

Simpson kept a series of notebooks devoted to meetings and conferences in which he participated. These are contained in Series VII.

Series V: WRITINGS

The Writings series contains one copy of each of Simpson’s publications (to 1987) and a publication list indexing these (Box 140, Folder 1). The scientific papers subseries contains files produced over the course of Simpson’s writing and research for papers whose results are not the outcome of one particular mission. Files for other publications are included in the appropriate project subseries. This series also includes photocopies of annotations Simpson made in various journal articles (Box 144, Folders 6-10).

Series VI: APPOINTMENT BOOKS

This series includes the yearly appointment books Simpson kept from the years 1951 to 1988. In them his appointments, daily projects, and activities are listed on a daily basis. They should be useful to the researcher studying any particular course of events in which Simpson was involved.

Series VII: SCIENTIFIC NOTEBOOKS

Simpson maintained several series of research notebooks. These are grouped according to a letter and number system Simpson employed. Loose papers that Simpson accumulated in the notebooks have in most cases been placed either with the notebook or in an adjacent folder. The original location of the loose papers (from inside the front or back cover, or from a particular page in a notebook), is indicated in the folder heading, or is penciled on the document in the upper right-hand corner.

Alongside the Projects Series, the notebooks constitute an independent record of Simpson’s scientific work. Although notes and ideas are to be found written on papers throughout the Series IX, Simpson used these books for the bulk of his note taking, project planning, thinking-on-paper, and so on. Different series of notebooks were designated by Simpson by letters. The “A” and “B” series represent research on radiation counters Simpson undertook at NYU; the “C” series (one notebook) documents notes from the late 1940s on cosmic ray instrument designs; the “D” series reflects research on radiation counters and experiments Simpson placed on balloons and aircraft in the 1940s and 1950s; the “E” series (one notebook) is devoted to “betatron research” of the late 1940s. The larges series are the “F” series devoted to satellite and space probe missions, and the “G” series used for taking notes at conferences and meetings.

Series VIII: CONTRACTS AND FUNDING

This series contains papers and correspondence concerning the financing of various scientific projects. Much of Simpson’s funding came to him in grants which he utilized to fund several projects. These general grants and contracts are included in this series. Papers pertaining to project-specific funding are found in the appropriate project subseries in Series IX.

After a general subseries for miscellaneous or single project research grants, the files are organized according to the granting agency. Folder headings begin with the grant or contract number and, when available, the title of the research grant. Particular grants and contracts were often active for several years during which time Simpson’s uses of the financial support changed.

Series IX: SCIENTIFIC PROJECTS

The largest series of the collection contains papers produced by Simpson and his colleagues, students, and LASR staff concerning individual research projects and space missions. These project files typically include correspondence, memos, notes, data in various formats, drafts of scientific papers and funding proposals, and photographs of instruments. The subseries are ordered chronologically, although satellite and space probe projects typically consumed several years and overlap one another. Papers pertaining to one project can often be found in other project folders. Folder headings indicate where such overlap occurs. Subseries representing satellite and space probe projects are usually named according to the spacecraft utilized. NASA named the individual spacecraft within a series of missions with a letter, which would be replaced with a number after the spacecraft was successfully launched. “IMP A,” for instance, would become “IMP 1”; if IMP B had been successfully launched first, then it would become “IMP 1.” Successful missions therefore have multiple names. Subseries and folder labels generally reflect the nomenclature found in the papers the folders contain.

The “early work” subseries reflects the end of Simpson’s student work and the beginning of his professional research in cosmic ray physics. It contains several folders of papers from Reed College and New York University, including his A.B. and Ph.D. theses, and several folders relating to his activities in the Metallurgical Laboratory of the University of Chicago. Simpson’s work designing fast and convenient radiation counters in the Metallurgical Lab dovetailed with his earliest projects designing and fabricating various species of radiation counters. The subseries contains research files on counters and writings stemming from this research during the mid to late 1940s.

Files relating to both the aircraft and balloon experiments that Simpson undertook during the late 1940s and 1950s are also included here. Simpson’s expansion of his neutron monitor network, before, during, and after the IGY, is also documented here. One important feature of the monitor stations was their continuous operation with mechanisms that would trigger alarms during sudden increases in cosmic ray activity. As these increases are related to solar activity, Simpson used the monitor stations to study solar behavior and to chart how solar, interplanetary, and terrestrial magnetic fields modulate solar and galactic cosmic rays. The subseries contains numerous files on observations of solar flare events taken from around the world by neutron monitor stations and by other researchers. Finally, this subseries contains a subgroup of files reflecting Simpson’s preparation of papers and lectures which stem from his researches during this period.

The “early satellites” subseries contains files that document the beginning of Simpson’s extraterrestrial measurements of cosmic rays. Because of weight, size, and mechanical and thermal stability constraints placed on instruments in space, this phase of Simpson’s research witnessed rapid developments in the design and sophistication of Simpson’s instruments. Discoverer 31, launched in September of 1961, marked Simpson’s first use of a solid-state particle telescope. These files also illustrate the nature of research under the newly-formed NASA and the administrative complexities attending the growth of space science. Many of these early satellites were engineered by either Space Technology Laboratories (STL, becoming eventually TRW) or by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). The papers evidence Simpson’s interactions with these labs and, to some extent, the history of their development.

Files for the projects dating near the mid-1960s, such as Pioneer 6 and 7 in this subseries and early Mariner space probes, are organized into sections according to different functional and/or chronological phases of the project. Beginning with projects dating to this time, the number and complexity of the original files lent themselves to organization into categories such as: project planning and proposals, instrument construction, instrument testing, post-launch data collection, and publications. Pioneer 6 and 7, for instance, is divided into “design and testing” and “post-launch” phases, with an added section containing technical documentation from Ames Research Center and STL which were involved in the project. Later project subseries are usually subdivided into finer and sometimes different project phases.

The Pioneer 10/11 subseries is very large, illustrating both the increasing volume of correspondence and documents entailed by deep space probes and as well the growth of Simpson’s own research group within LASR and the complexity of his instrument package for the spacecraft. For these experiments Simpson designed both a fission detector and an electron current detector (ECD) to supplement two charged particle telescopes. This instrument package led to the discovery of Jovian electrons propagating throughout interplanetary space. The Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft also utilized radioisotope thermal generators (RTGs) as non-solar power sources. A number of files document Simpson’s activities in designing instruments shielded from the radiation that the RTGs themselves produced. Like Pioneer 6 and 7 files, this sub-subseries incorporates a number of technical documents from Ames Research Center.

The OGO/EGO/POGO files represent a series of earth orbiting satellites on which Simpson placed instruments during the 1960s and early 1970s. They were, in Simpson’s words, “big, dumb platforms” designed to carry scientific instruments. The nomenclature involved with these satellites is complex. The Orbiting, Eccentric, and Polar Orbiting Geophysical Observatories, respectively, are not independent projects; OGO-A and OGO-B are synonymous with EGO. Folder headings preserve the terminology used to describe these various projects.

The Interplanetary Monitoring Platform (IMP) satellites were also earth-orbiting satellites on which Simpson and his group often placed instruments. The IMP F and G missions are well represented in this subseries. IMP H and J and IMP I (or “Eye”) files each comprise their own subseries. Like the neutron monitors, the IMP instruments helped establish baselines of measurements against which data from space probes and other satellites could be compared.

The Mariner series of missions to Mars, Venus, and Mercury comprises three subseries. The Mariner A, B, and C papers documents Simpson’s early relationship with the Jet Propulsion Lab and the growing complexity and legality of Simpson’s relationship to JPL and NASA regarding data exchange, scientific priority, and spacecraft-instrument interface. Mariners ‘67, ‘69, and ‘71 were missions which were either cancelled or for which Simpson’s proposal was not accepted. Only a few files exist from the first two of these missions.

The Mariner Venus-Mercury ‘73 mission subseries is the largest in Series IX. It perhaps best represents the complexity of planning and executing space probe missions. The first section represents a planning phase during which NASA constituted various teams of potential experimenters to advise NASA on how a space probe could maximize its scientific return. Additional sections document the design, construction and testing of Simpson’s instrument (much of which was identical to the instrument package flown on Pioneer 10 and 11); activities centered around data acquisition and processing; planetary encounters; data exchange and publications; and finally, as with the earlier Mariner and Pioneer subseries, NASA, JPL, and Boeing technical documentation.

The “Grand Tour” subseries represents papers stemming from Simpson’s role in the late 1960s and early 1970s helping NASA define a grand tour mission. The mission would have a space probe encounter and swing by several planets of The Solar System. Simpson did not participate in what became a Mariner Jupiter-Saturn (MJS) mission. The subseries contains extensive notes by Simpson concerning the design of the instrument he proposed for this mission.

The International Sun-Earth-Explorer (ISEE) was a mission from which Simpson’s experiment was removed after initial acceptance. The mission entailed three spacecraft, one to be placed in a heliocentric orbit and two others to be placed in earth orbit. In early 1973, Simpson’s plans to modify his experiment package, accepted for placement on the “mother” satellite, met with controversy. Some felt the modification would allow Simpson to make isotopic particle measurements before other similar experiments on the helicoentric satellite. Later, in 1975, Simpson’s instrument was removed from the mission. This experience encouraged Simpson to seek additional scientific support from agencies outside NASA.

Files in the Cosmic Ray Isotope Experiment (CRIE) subseries document a series of mission opportunities during the 1970s and 1980s on which Simpson sought to place experiments designed to analyze solar and cosmic ray isotopes. The mission opportunities included offerings by NASA, the Air Force, the Office of Naval Research, and the National Research Council of Canada. The experiments Simpson promoted include the Solar Isotope Separator (SIS), Solar Isotope Radition Experiment (SIRE), CRIE, and the Energetic Heavy Ion Composition Experiment (EHIC). After a series of experiment modifications and mission cancellations, the low energy telescope section of the experiment package (Phoenix 1) was launched in 1982 on a polar orbiting Air Force satellite. The high energy portion of the package was included in the CRRES mission, launched in July 1990. The subseries illustrates how Simpson continued to refine his instruments during this period while simultaneously negotiating with different agencies to place his instruments in space.

The International Solar Polar Mission, like CRIE, represents the result of a long process of mission definition in which Simpson played an important role. The subseries documents Simpson’s promotion of the scientific importance of out-of-the-ecliptic mission in the early 1970s; his involvement with NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) in defining the mission; his role as a consultant to JPL; his own work as principal investigator in the Cosmic and Solar Particle Investigation (COSPIN) experiment; his efforts to fight Congressional cutbacks in the early 1980s which curtailed NASA’s commitment to the mission. In 1990, this joint ESA-NASA mission, in its final form as Ulysses, was finally launched by NASA.

The “solar flare studies” subseries includes files relating to various aspects of Simpson’s solar particle research during 1972-1978. A variety of research papers, lectures, experiments, and correspondence is documented, as are Simpson’s continuing researches on detection and measurement of cosmic ray neutrons.

Simpson’s interest and involvement with solar energy technology is illustrated by the files he kept on Roland Winston’s Compound Parabolic Concentrator experiments. Winston’s patent dispute with General Electric Corporation and Simpson’s efforts on behalf of Winston are documented in this subseries.

The “glossy print file” is a collection of photographs and figures which Simpson compiled since the 1960s. Most of the prints represent scientific data in their final form for inclusion in research papers.

Finally, the miscellaneous projects and files subseries was created to contain files which did not belong to other series. Files included range from miscellaneous papers by other scientists to several files documenting Simpson’s participation in the two Vega missions of the U.S.S.R.

Series X: INSTRUMENT DRAWINGS

This series contains technical instrument drawings selected from LASR’s collection. In addition to the technical drawings dispersed throughout Series IX, these illustrate the mechanical, electronic, and logical detail of several of Simpsons’s instruments and, by the various kinds of drawings, the processes involved in their design and construction. The selection of Ranger and Pioneer F/G drawings, in particular, were chosen to illustrate how schematic drawings for one instrument “nest” within one another. A functional unit represented on one drawing will be exploded in detail in another drawing, whose units are in turn detailed in other drawings. The index of drawings included in the series indicates the nature of the larger drawing collection stored in LASR.

Series XI: RESTRICTED CORRESPONDENCE

Restricted correspondence is contained in Series XI. Folders containing letters of reference for various individuals are first listed alphabetically. A few folders containing materials on EFI and LASR personnel are then followed by a subseries of folders of referee reports organized alphabetically by institution and journal.

Access to the materials in Series XI is restricted until the year 2020.

Related Resources

The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:

http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/spcl/select.html

John A. Simpson. Papers. Addenda

Department of Physics. Records

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Records

Atomic Scientists of Chicago. Records

Chandrasekhar, Subrahmanyan. Papers

Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: General Correspondence

Subseries 1: Professional correspondence

Box 1   Folder 1

Abrams, Susan, 1980-1983

Box 1   Folder 2

Academic Press, 1961-1975

Box 1   Folder 3

Adams, Robert McCormick, 1982-1983

Box 1   Folder 4-5

Air Force, 1959-1970

Box 1   Folder 6

Akasoku, Syun-ichi, 1956-1982

Box 1   Folder 7

Albert, Adrian, 1965-1972

Box 1   Folder 8

Alfven, Hannes, 1953-1974

Box 1   Folder 9

American Geophysical Union (AGU), 1958-1967

Box 1   Folder 10

American Institute of Physics (AIP), 1949-1973

Box 1   Folder 11

American Physical Society (APS), 1948-1970

Box 1   Folder 12

Anders, Edward, 1965-1982

Box 1   Folder 13

Anderson, Don, 1974-1983

Box 1   Folder 14

Anderson, Ernest, 1952-1959

Box 1   Folder 15

Anderson, Herbert, 1958-1983

Box 1   Folder 16

Anderson, Kinsey, 1958-1978

Box 1   Folder 17

Anderson, Robert, 1966

Box 1   Folder 18-20

Annamunthodo, Vernon, 1968-1983

Box 1   Folder 21

Apollo Alarm Co., 1971-1972

Box 1   Folder 22

Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), 1946-1971

Box 2   Folder 1

Arnold, James, 1960-1983

Box 2   Folder 2

Atomic Energy of Canada, Ltd., 1957-1967

Box 2   Folder 3

Atomic Energy Commission, 1947-1959

Box 2   Folder 4

Automation Dynamics Corp., 1957

Box 2   Folder 5

Axford, W. Ian, 1964-1983

Box 2   Folder 6-8

A, general

Box 2   Folder 9

Babcock, Horace W., 1954-1960

Box 2   Folder 10

Bachelet, Francesca, 1969-1970

Box 2   Folder 11

Balazs, Nador, 1961

Box 2   Folder 12

Balloon Building, Block Fund Grant, 1949-1973

Box 2   Folder 13

Barlow, John S., 1959-1962

Box 2   Folder 14

Bartels, J., 1951-1960

Box 2   Folder 15

Bartol Research Foundation, 1956-1967

Box 2   Folder 16

Beadle, George, 1961-1968

Box 3   Folder 1

Berkner, Lloyd V., 1954-1967

Box 3   Folder 2

Betev, B., 1977

Box 3   Folder 3

Beynon, W. J. G., 1954-1983

Box 3   Folder 4

Biophysics, 1949-1955

Box 3   Folder 5

Blackett, P. M. S., 1952-1965

Box 3   Folder 6

Blake, Richard, 1967-1977

Box 3   Folder 7

Blum, Ronald, 1965-1978

Box 3   Folder 8

Bridge, Herbert, 1964-1983

Box 3   Folder 9

Brode, Robert, 1955-1956

Box 3   Folder 10

Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1948-1959

Box 3   Folder 11-12

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1956-1982

Box 3   Folder 13

Burgess, Eric, 1975-1983

Box 3   Folder 14

Ba-Bd, general

Box 4   Folder 1-4

Be-Bz, general

Box 4   Folder 5

California, University of, 1949-1971

Box 4   Folder 6

Callen, Herbert, 1967-1968

Box 4   Folder 7

Cambou, F., 1965-1968

Box 4   Folder 8

Cameron, A. G. W., 1963-1983

Box 4   Folder 9

Cannon, William B., 1968-1980

Box 4   Folder 10

Carmichael, Hugh, 1954-1970

Box 4   Folder 11

Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1955-1960

Box 4   Folder 12

Cartwright, Brian, 1972-1974

Box 4   Folder 13

Cesarsky, Catherine, 1978-1982

Box 4   Folder 14

Chandrasekhar, S., 1951-1982

Box 5   Folder 1

Chapman, Sydney, 1954-1957

Box 5   Folder 2

Chasson, Robert L., 1951-1974

Box 5   Folder 3

Chenette, David, 1974-1983

Box 5   Folder 4

Chernick, Cedric L., 1971-1977

Box 5   Folder 5

Christon, Steve, 1977-1982

Box 5   Folder 6

Chupp, Edward L., 1954-1981

Box 5   Folder 7

Coast and Geodetic Survey, Coast Guard, 1951-1961

Box 5   Folder 8

Cole, John, 1980-1983

Box 5   Folder 9

Compton, Arthur H., 1954-1960

Box 5   Folder 10

Comstock, George, 1964-1972

Box 5   Folder 11

Conforto, Anna Maria, 1955-1966

Box 5   Folder 12

Convair, 1953-1960

Box 5   Folder 13

Cornell University, 1951-1961

Box 5   Folder 14

Cosmos Club, 1965-1970

Box 5   Folder 15

Cowsik, Ramanath, 1969-1983

Box 5   Folder 16

Crewe, Albert V., 1970-1982

Box 5   Folder 17

Crussard, Jean, 1954-1956

Box 5   Folder 18

Cyclotron schedule, 1965-1967

  • 19-20: Ca-Ch, general
Box 6   Folder 1-2

Ci-Cz, general

Box 6   Folder 3

Daly, Charles, 1966-1969

Box 6   Folder 4

Dam, Kenneth, 1976-1982

Box 6   Folder 5

Daniel, R. R., 1963-1983

Box 6   Folder 6

Darrow, Karl K., 1955-1961

Box 6   Folder 7

Datlowe, Dayton, 1971-1973

Box 6   Folder 8

Davis, Leverett, 1955-1980

Box 6   Folder 9

de Grazia, Christopher John, 1978-1979

Box 6   Folder 10

de Jager, Cornells, 1957-1978

Box 6   Folder 11

del Rosario, Leticia, 1955-1971

Box 6   Folder 12

Denver, University of, 1949-1952

Box 6   Folder 13

Dessler, Alex J., 1963-1980

Box 6   Folder 14

Dewey Almy Chemical Co., 1951-1958

Box 6   Folder 15

Dietrich, William, 1967-1982

Box 6   Folder 16

Distribution memos (OSR visit, LASR about IBM 360 OS), 1969-1971

Box 6   Folder 17

Dmitrenko, Valerey, 1972

Box 6   Folder 18

Dorman, L. I., 1956-1966

Box 6   Folder 19

Douglas Aircraft Corp., 1966-1967

Box 6   Folder 20

Dragovan, Mark W., 1980

Box 6   Folder 21

DuMont, Allen B., Laboratories Inc., 1953-1957

Box 7   Folder 1-2

D, general

Box 7   Folder 3

Eastman Kodak Co., 1954-1961

Box 7   Folder 4

Edge, Ronald D., 1957-1964

Box 7   Folder 5

Ehmert, A., 1954-1962

Box 7   Folder 6

Einstein, Albert, 1952

Box 7   Folder 7

Elliot, Harry, 1952-1982

Box 7   Folder 8

Ellis, G. R. A., 1973-1974

Box 7   Folder 9

Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1952-1961

Box 7   Folder 10

Englade, Ronald Charles, 1967-1972

Box 7   Folder 11

Eraker, Jim, 1972-1982

Box 7   Folder 12

Erickson, Leonard, 1964-1967

Box 7   Folder 13

Escobar, Ismael V., 1961-1973

Box 7   Folder 14

E, general

Box 7   Folder 15

Fan, Charlie Y., 1957-1980

Box 7   Folder 16

Fenton, A. G., 1953-1972

Box 7   Folder 17

Fenton, K. B., 1965-1971

Box 7   Folder 18

Field, George B., 1974-1982

Box 7   Folder 19

Fillius, Walker, 1974-1981

Box 7   Folder 20

Firor, John, 1953-1973

Box 7   Folder 21

Fisk, Leonard, 1972-1980

Box 7   Folder 22

Fleischer, Robert L., 1973-1975

  • I
Box 8   Folder 1

Fluegge, S., 1954-1959

Box 8   Folder 2

Fong, Peter, 1951-1978

Box 8   Folder 3

Fonger, William H., 1953-1964

Box 8   Folder 4

Forbush, Scott E., 1951-1979

Box 8   Folder 5

Forman, Miriam, 1964-1982

Box 8   Folder 6

Fowler, Peter H., 1966-1980

Box 8   Folder 7

Fowler, William A., 1966-1983

Box 8   Folder 8

Franklin Institute, 1958-1980

Box 8   Folder 9

Friedlander, M. W., 1965-1980

Box 8   Folder 10

Friedman, Herbert, 1962-1983

Box 8   Folder 11

Fritzsche, Hellmut, 1969-1983

Box 8   Folder 12-13

F, general

Box 8   Folder 14

Gall, Ruth, 1958-1980

Box 8   Folder 15

Gehrels, Thomas, 1974-1982

Box 8   Folder 16

Geiss, Johannes, 1970-1982

Box 8   Folder 17

General Electric Co., 1959-1968

Box 8   Folder 18

General Mills, Inc., 1950-1956

Box 8   Folder 19

Gentner, W., 1952-1956

Box 8   Folder 20

Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska, 1959-1960

Box 8   Folder 21

Geo-Science, Inc., 1956-1957

Box 8   Folder 22

Giacconi, Riccardo, 1967-1982

Box 8   Folder 23

Giesecke, Alberto A., 1970-1981

Box 9   Folder 1

Ginzburg, V. L., 1965-1983

Box 9   Folder 2

Gloeckler, George, 1966-1983

Box 9   Folder 3

Gold, Thomas, 1955-1974

Box 9   Folder 4

Goldberg, Leo, 1956-1981

Box 9   Folder 5

Golden, Sam D., 1975-1982

Box 9   Folder 6

Goldsmith, Julian R., 1960-1968

Box 9   Folder 7

Gombosi, Tamas I., 1977-1979

Box 9   Folder 8

Gordon and Breach Science Publishing, Inc., 1965-1967

Box 9   Folder 9

Gosling, J. T., 1976-1978

Box 9   Folder 10

Gray, Hanna Holborn, 1978-1983

Box 9   Folder 11

Greisen, Kenneth, 1953-1967

Box 9   Folder 12

Gujarat University, 1966-1969

Box 9   Folder 13-14

G, general

Box 9   Folder 15

Haidemenakis, E. D., 1969-1971

Box 9   Folder 16

Hamilton, Douglas C, 1972-1982

Box 9   Folder 17

Harrell, William B., 1951-1968

Box 9   Folder 18

Harris Corp., 1976-1979

Box 9   Folder 19

Hart, Pembroke J., 1973-1983

Box 9   Folder 20

Harvard University, 1951-1966

Box 9   Folder 21

Haskell, G. P., 1965

Box 9   Folder 22

Hayakawa, Satio, 1961-1982

Box 9   Folder 23

Herrinck, P., 1957-1960

Box 9   Folder 24

Hess, Victor F., 1962-1963

Box 10   Folder 1

Hildebrand, Roger, 1964-1983

Box 10   Folder 2

Hines, Colin O., 1962-1966

Box 10   Folder 3

Hinterberger, Hank, 1964-1965

Box 10   Folder 4

Holloman Air Force Base, 1952-1962

Box 10   Folder 5

Holton, Felicia Antonelli, 1980-1983

Box 10   Folder 6

Houston, Delores, 1964-1979

Box 10   Folder 7

Hovestadt, Dietrich, 1968-1979

Box 10   Folder 8

Hoyle, Fred, 1968-1970

Box 10   Folder 9

Hsieh, K. C. (John), 1967-1983

Box 10   Folder 10

Huggett, R. W., 1965-1973

Box 10   Folder 11

Hughes Aircraft Co., 1959-1960

Box 10   Folder 12

Hutton, Mary Elizabeth (Beth), 1958-1979

Box 10   Folder 13-15

H, general

Box 10   Folder 16

Illinois, University of, 1953-1967

Box 10   Folder 17

Indiana University, 1952-1954

Box 10   Folder 18

Industrial file, information and correspondence regarding lab equipment, 1950-1961

Box 11   Folder 1

Inghram, Mark G., 1966-1968

Box 11   Folder 2

Institute of Geophysics proposed for University of Chicago (UC), 1956-1957

Box 11   Folder 3

International Academy of Astronautics, 1961

Box 11   Folder 4

International Aviation and Aerospace Exposition, 1966

Box 11   Folder 5

International Business Machines Corp., 1953-1969

Box 11   Folder 6

International Conference on Cosmic Rays, Bombay, India, 1964

Box 11   Folder 7

Iowa, University of, 1949-1963

Box 11   Folder 8

Israel, Martin H., 1962-1983

Box 11   Folder 9-10

I, general

Box 11   Folder 11

Jacquet, Remi, 1968-1983

Box 11   Folder 12-16

Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), 1973-1978

Box 11   Folder 17

Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), 1980

Box 11   Folder 18-20

Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), 1982-1984

Box 12   Folder 1

Jezewski, Joseph, 1966-1975

Box 12   Folder 2

Johnson, D. Gale, 1960-1982

Box 12   Folder 3

Johnson, Warren C, 1954-1968

Box 12   Folder 4

Jokipii, J. R., 1969-1981

Box 12   Folder 5

Jones, Frank C, 1960-1967

Box 12   Folder 6

Jones, Lawrence W., 1979-1983

Box 12   Folder 7

Jory, Farnham Stewart, 1953-1961

Box 12   Folder 8

Journal of Geophysical Research (JGR), 1963-1975

Box 12   Folder 9

J, general

Box 12   Folder 10

Kamiya, Yoshiko, 1961-1963

Box 13   Folder 1

Kane, Rajaram Purushottam, 1954-1980

Box 13   Folder 2

Kaplan, Joseph J., 1957-1962

Box 13   Folder 3

Katz, Ludwig, 1958-1973

Box 13   Folder 4

Keith, James E., 1965-1967

Box 13   Folder 5

Kennel, Charles F., 1974-1978

Box 13   Folder 6

Kerala, University of, 1962-1963

Box 13   Folder 7

Kimpton, Lawrence A., 1955-1958

Box 13   Folder 8

Kinsel, Tracy, 1953-1955

Box 13   Folder 9

Kleinbard, Jonathan, 1967-1981

Box 13   Folder 10

Kocharov, G. E., 1972-1982

Box 13   Folder 11

Kohman, Truman P., 1953-1967

Box 13   Folder 12

Kolmeetz, E. V., 1959-1981

Box 13   Folder 13

Komori, Hiroo, 1973-1978

Box 13   Folder 14

Korff, Serge A., 1948-1980

Box 13   Folder 15

Kountz, Peter, 1980-1982

Box 13   Folder 16

Krasner, Sol, 1957-1983

Box 13   Folder 17

Kraushaar, William, 1962-1977

Box 13   Folder 18

Krieger, Allen S., 1967-1982

Box 13   Folder 19

Krimigis, S. M. (Tom), 1967-1982

Box 13   Folder 20

Kristiansson, Krister, 1966-1976

Box 13   Folder 21

Kuiper, Gerard P., 1952-1956

Box 13   Folder 22

Ka-Kk, general

Box 14   Folder 1

Kl-Kz, general

Box 14   Folder 2

Lai, D., 1957-1983

Box 14   Folder 3

Lamport, James E., 1965-1983

Box 14   Folder 4

Lanzerotti, L., 1974-1982

Box 14   Folder 5

Lazarus, Alan J., 1967-1983

Box 14   Folder 6-7

Lentz, Gordon, 1959-1982

Box 14   Folder 8-9

"Lentz Group," 1965-1969

Box 14   Folder 10

Lethbridge, Mae, 1957-1968

Box 15   Folder 1

Levi, Edward H., 1963-1980

Box 15   Folder 2

Levi, Julian, 1979

Box 15   Folder 3

Lewis, Richard (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists), 1969-1970

Box 15   Folder 4

Libby, W. F., 1960-1973

Box 15   Folder 5

Library for the Research Institutes, 1956-1967

Box 15   Folder 6

Lincoln, J. Virginia, 1960-1971

Box 15   Folder 7

Lockheed Aircraft Corp., 1960-1967

Box 15   Folder 8

Lockwood, John A., 1951-1978

Box 15   Folder 9

Logie, Loren C, 1960

Box 15   Folder 10

Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, 1956-1972

Box 15   Folder 11

Lovell, A. C. B., 1957-1968

Box 15   Folder 12

Lukey, Al, 1964-1973

Box 15   Folder 13

Lust, Reimar, 1954-1982

Box 15   Folder 14-15

L, general

Box 15   Folder 16

Maeda, Ken-ichi, 1957

Box 15   Folder 17

Marsden, P. L., 1956-1981

Box 15   Folder 18

Marshack, Alexander, 1957-1958

Box 15   Folder 19

Marshak, Robert E. 1952-1964

Box 15   Folder 20

Maryland, University of, 1961-1962

Box 15   Folder 21

Mason, Glenn, 1972-1983

Box 15   Folder 22

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 1948-1967

Box 15   Folder 23

Massey, Walter E., 1983

Box 16   Folder 1

Mather, Janet, 1968-1974

Box 16   Folder 2

Maxwell, Alan, 1965-1968

Box 16   Folder 3

Mayer, Peter, 1958-1970

Box 16   Folder 4

McCracken, Kenneth G., 1960-1971

Box 16   Folder 5

McDonald, Frank B., 1956-1970

Box 16   Folder 6

McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Co., 1970-1971

Box 16   Folder 7-9

McGiffin, Don C, 1962-1976

Box 16   Folder 10

McKibben, Bruce, 1967-1982

Box 16   Folder 11

Mejia, Gaston R., 1969-1970

Box 16   Folder 12

Menon, K. P. Sankara, 1964-1969

Box 16   Folder 13

Menon, M. Goku K., 1963-1978

Box 16   Folder 14

Menzel, Donald H., 1956-1977

Box 16   Folder 15

Messel, H. M., 1952-1957

Box 16   Folder 16

Mewalt, Richard, A., 1980-1981

Box 16   Folder 17

Meyer, Bernhard, 1956-1960

Box 16   Folder 18

Meyer, Jean Paul, 1967-1981

Box 16   Folder 19

Meyer, Peter, 1952-1983

Box 16   Folder 20

Michigan, University of, 1949-1962

Box 16   Folder 21

Mihalov, John D., 1961-1962

Box 16   Folder 22

Minnesota, University of, 1950-1963

Box 17   Folder 1-2

Miscellaneous "crackpots," 1952-1976

Box 17   Folder 3

Miyazaki, Yukio, 1957-1961

Box 17   Folder 4

Mogro-Campero, Antonio, 1971-1978

Box 17   Folder 5

Mokstad, Clem S., 1954-1967

Box 17   Folder 6

Morris, Donald, 1972-1975

Box 17   Folder 7

Morrison, Phillip, 1954-1957

Box 17   Folder 8

Mulliken, Robert S., 1962-1981

Box 17   Folder 9

Munoz, Moises Garcia, 1965-1982

Box 17   Folder 10

Murayama, Takashi, 1966-1978

Box 17   Folder 11-12

Ma-Mh, general

Box 18   Folder 1-2

Mi-Mz, general

Box 18   Folder 3

Nagata, Takeis, 1961-1963

Box 18   Folder 4

Nambu, Yoichiro, 1973-1977

Box 18   Folder 5

National Academy of Sciences (NAS), 1955-1970

Box 18   Folder 6-15

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), 1960-1969

Box 19   Folder 1-7

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), 1970-1976

Box 20   Folder 1-2

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), 1977-1978

Box 20   Folder 3-5

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), 1981-1983

Box 20   Folder 6-7

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), administrators meeting with LASR faculty, October 29, 1984

Box 21   Folder 1

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal, 1974

Box 21   Folder 2

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), personnel contracts, 1964-1973

Box 21   Folder 3

National Bureau of Standards, 1951-1968

Box 21   Folder 4

National Research Council, 1949-1958

Box 21   Folder 5

National Research Council of Canada, 1951-1968

Box 21   Folder 6

National Science Foundation (NSF), 1952-1970

Box 21   Folder 7

National Science Foundation (NSF), 1972-1978

Box 21   Folder 8-9

National Science Foundation (NSF) , 1984-1985

Box 21   Folder 10

Navy and Naval Research Laboratories, 1948-1982

Box 21   Folder 11

Neher, H. V., 1948-1955

Box 21   Folder 12

Nelles Translations, 1963-1975

Box 21   Folder 13

Ness, Norman F., 1965-1978

Box 22   Folder 1

Newkirk, Gordon Jr., 1968-1984

Box 22   Folder 2

New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, New Mexico State University, 1958-1959

Box 22   Folder 3

New York University (NYU), 1943-1960

Box 22   Folder 4

Nishida, A., 1975

Box 22   Folder 5

Nishimura, Jun, 1957-1958

Box 22   Folder 6

Nobel Committee for Physics, 1957-1968

Box 22   Folder 7

Noerdlinger, Peter D., 1960

Box 22   Folder 8

N, general

Box 22   Folder 9

Oak Ridge Technical Enterprises Corp., Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1961-1962

Box 22   Folder 10

Obayashi, Tatsuzo, 1961

Box 22   Folder 11

O'Brien, Brian J., 1965-1972

Box 22   Folder 12

Odishaw, Hugh, 1958-1969

Box 22   Folder 13

O'Gallagher, Joseph J., 1966-1983

Box 22   Folder 14

Orlen, Joel, 1965

Box 22   Folder 15

O, general

Box 22   Folder 16

Page, D. Edgar, 1961-1980

Box 23   Folder 1

Page, J. R. U., 1968-1969

Box 23   Folder 2

Pal, Yash, 1966-1978

Box 23   Folder 3

Parker, Eugene N., 1963-1978

Box 23   Folder 4

Percy, Charles H., 1974-1983

Box 23   Folder 5

Percy, Federal University Funding for Science (1965), correspondene Folder with Hugh Odishaw, 1965-1968

Box 23   Folder 6

Pergamon Press, 1961-1969

Box 23   Folder 7

Perkins, Murry A., 1967-1984

Box 23   Folder 8

Peters, Bernard, 1952-1979

Box 23   Folder 9

Physical Review, 1946-1956

Box 23   Folder 10

Physics Today, 1965-1976

Box 23   Folder 11

Pick, Monique, 1966-1982

Box 23   Folder 12

Plimpton, Conrad A., 1966

Box 23   Folder 13

Pomerantz, Martin A., 1951-1983

Box 23   Folder 14

Press, University of Chicago, 1958-1970

Box 23   Folder 15

Price, P. Buford, 1968-1983

Box 23   Folder 16

Prince, Helen Dodson, 1952-1964

Box 23   Folder 17

Princeton University, 1948-1964

Box 23   Folder 18

Public Information Office, UC, 1978-1981

Box 23   Folder 19

Publications Board, UC, 1954-1957

Box 24   Folder 1

Pyle, Roger, 1970-1983

Box 24   Folder 2-4

P, general

Box 24   Folder 5

Q, general

Box 24   Folder 6

Rabinowitch, Eugene, 1947-1966

Box 24   Folder 7

Radiation Counter Laboratories, Inc., 1951-1952

Box 24   Folder 8

Radiation Hazards Committee, 1951-1955

Box 24   Folder 9

Raja, P. K. S., 1956-1959

Box 24   Folder 10

Rao, U. R., 1960-1971

Box 24   Folder 11

Raven Industries Inc., 1956-1958

Box 24   Folder 12

Raychowdhury, P. N., 1961-1962

Box 24   Folder 13

Reed College, 1951

Box 24   Folder 14

Reeves, Hubert, 1970-1981

Box 24   Folder 15

Reidel Publishing Co., 1975

Box 24   Folder 16

Rice, Stuart A., 1966-1983

Box 24   Folder 17

Roberts, J. A., 1960-1974

Box 24   Folder 18

Roederer, Juan G., 1958-1977

Box 24   Folder 19

Roland, Alex, 1981-1983

Box 24   Folder 20

Rossi, Bruno, 1955-1983

Box 24   Folder 21

Runcorn, Keith, 1957-1958

Box 24   Folder 22

Rush, Joseph H., 1955-1956

Box 25   Folder 1

Russell, Bertrand, 1957

Box 25   Folder 2

Russell, C. T., 1973-1974

Box 25   Folder 3

Ruttenberg, Stanley, 1956-1964

Box 25   Folder 4-7

R, general

Box 25   Folder 8-9

Sachs, Robert G., 1968-1983

Box 25   Folder 10

Sagan, Carl, 1975-1983

Box 25   Folder 11

Sandstrom, Arne Eld, 1955-1964

Box 25   Folder 12

Sarabhai, Vikram, 1963-1967

Box 25   Folder 13

Satellite model, correspondence about National Science Foundation models of satellites to be launched in spring of 1958, 1957

Box 25   Folder 14

Schaefer, Dale W., 1979

Box 25   Folder 15

Schaffner, Joseph Halle, 1951-1968

Box 25   Folder 16

Schardt, Alois W., 1967-1968

Box 25   Folder 17

Schein, Marcel, 1947-1965

Box 25   Folder 18

Schima, Francis J., 1966

Box 25   Folder 19

Schluter, Arnulf, 1954

Box 25   Folder 20

Schofield, Norman, 1973-1974

Box 25   Folder 21

Schonberg, Edmond, 1963-1964

Box 25   Folder 22

Scientific American, 1954-1966

Box 26   Folder 1

Science, 1958-1967

Box 26   Folder 2

Schramm, David, 1977-1982

Box 26   Folder 3

Sedov, L. I., 1959

Box 26   Folder 4

Sekido, Yataro, 1953-1982

Box 26   Folder 5

Selmanoff, Eugene D., 1957-1962

Box 26   Folder 6

Shafer, Y. G., 1959-1978

Box 26   Folder 7

Shapiro, Maurice M., 1951-1983

Box 26   Folder 8

Shapley, Alan H., 1951-1960

Box 26   Folder 9

Shea, M. (Peggy) Ann, Mrs. Donald Smart, 1963-1983

Box 26   Folder 10

Shen, Benjamin S. P., 1957-1967

Box 26   Folder 11

Sigma Xi, 1958-1971

Box 26   Folder 12

Signal, Donald S., 1968-1983

Box 26   Folder 13

Silberberg, Rein, 1967-1983

Box 26   Folder 14

Singer, S. Fred, 1951-1960

Box 26   Folder 15

Sittkus, A., 1953-1956

Box 26   Folder 16

Six, William E., 1965-1971

Box 26   Folder 17

Skorka, S., 1957-1958

Box 26   Folder 18

Smith, Alice K. and Cyril, 1960-1964

Box 26   Folder 19

Smith, David, 1966-1978

Box 26   Folder 20

Smith, Sara F., 1968

Box 26   Folder 21

Smithsonian Institution, 1956-1969

Box 26   Folder 22

Somogyi, Antal, 1971-1980

Box 26   Folder 23

Space Radiation Effects Laboratory, 1971-1974

Box 26   Folder 24

Space Science Reviews, 1961-1978

Box 26   Folder 25

Spencer, Lyle, 1951-1968

Box 26   Folder 26

Stein, Sydney, Jr., 1962-1979

Box 26   Folder 27

Steingrimsson, Virgina, 1953-1962

Box 26   Folder 28

Stevenson, Adlai E., 1978

Box 27   Folder 1

Stockholm Observatorium, 1957-1958

Box 27   Folder 2

Stoker, P. H., 1960-1963

Box 27   Folder 3

Stone, Edward C, 1965-1984

Box 27   Folder 4

Storey, J., 1957-1958

Box 27   Folder 5

Stuhlinger, Ernst, electrical propulsion of spacecraft, 1969

Box 27   Folder 6

Subramanian, Shri G., 1966-1970

Box 27   Folder 7

Sugarman, Nathan, 1967-1978

Box 27   Folder 8

Sullivan, James D., 1967-1973

Box 27   Folder 9

Sullivan, Roger J., 1962-1963

Box 27   Folder 10

Superintendent of Documents, United States Government Printing Office, 1952-1955

Box 27   Folder 11

Swetnick, Martin J., 1952-1957

Box 27   Folder 12

Syrovatskii, S. I., 1971-1972

Box 27   Folder 13

Szilard, Gertrud Weiss and Leo S., 1959-1976

Box 27   Folder 14-19

Sa-St, general

Box 28   Folder 1

Su-Sz, general

Box 28   Folder 2

Teegarden, Bonnard, 1968-1974

Box 28   Folder 3

Tejero, Salvador, 1963-1982

Box 28   Folder 4

Telegdi, Valentine L., 1954-1983

Box 28   Folder 5

Texas Instruments, 1963-1964

Box 28   Folder 6

Thompson, Robert W., 1958-1979

Box 28   Folder 7

Thomson, David M., 1955-1959

Box 28   Folder 8

Thorne, Kip S., 1980

Box 28   Folder 9

Tjonaman, Richenel, 1964-1980

Box 28   Folder 10

Tobias, Cornelius, 1959-1962

Box 28   Folder 11

Treiman, Sam, 1950-1955

Box 28   Folder 12

Trotter, Dorothy E., 1963-1970

Box 28   Folder 13

TRW, Inc., 1967-1972

Box 28   Folder 14

Turkevich, Anthony, 1955-1983

Box 28   Folder 15

Tuzzolino, Anthony, 1960-1984

Box 28   Folder 16-17

T, general

Box 28   Folder 18

Upstrom, A. C, 1969-1970

Box 28   Folder 19

Urey, Harold and Frieda, 1966-1979

Box 28   Folder 20

U, general

Box 29   Folder 1

Van Allen, James A., 1951-1984

Box 29   Folder 2

Vandervoort, Peter O., 1965

Box 29   Folder 3

van Wijk, A. M., 1958-1968

Box 29   Folder 4

Vasyliunas, Vytenis M., 1967-1982

Box 29   Folder 5

Verma, Satya Dev, 1968-1973

Box 29   Folder 6

Vernov, S. N., 1965-1974

Box 29   Folder 7

Vogt, Rochus, 1969-1982

Box 29   Folder 8

von Friesen, Sten, 1977

Box 29   Folder 9

V, general

Box 29   Folder 10

Waddington, C. J., 1955-1982

Box 29   Folder 11

Wagoner, Robert, 1967-1969

Box 29   Folder 12

Walker, Robert, 1967-1974

Box 29   Folder 13

Wallace, Roger W., 1956-1957

Box 29   Folder 14

Wang, James R., 1968-1975

Box 29   Folder 15

Warwick, James W., 1970-1973

Box 29   Folder 16

Weather Bureau, United States, 1949-1955

Box 29   Folder 17

Webb, James E., 1981-1982

Box 29   Folder 18

Webber, William R., 1957-1978

Box 29   Folder 19

Wefel, John, 1970-1983

Box 29   Folder 20

Weihaupt, John G., 1963

Box 29   Folder 21

Weissman, Richard, 1964-1969

Box 29   Folder 22

Wentzel, Donat G., 1961-1980

Box 29   Folder 23

West, Harold I., 1970-1974

Box 29   Folder 24

Wibberenz, Gerd, 1972-1978

Box 29   Folder 25

Wieder, Larry, 1953

Box 29   Folder 26

Wilcox, John M., 1966-1974

Box 29   Folder 27

Wild, J. P., 1960-1973

Box 29   Folder 28

Williams, Donald J., 1974-1977

Box 29   Folder 29

Wilson, John G., 1956-1968

Box 29   Folder 30

Wilson, John T., 1968-1978

Box 29   Folder 31

Winston, Roland, 1973-1983

Box 30   Folder 1

Wolf, Richard, 1964

Box 30   Folder 2

Wolfe, John H., 1965-1972

Box 30   Folder 3

Wolfendale, A. W., 1967-1973

Box 30   Folder 4

Woods, Richard T., 1972-1973

Box 30   Folder 5

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, 1966-1968

Box 30   Folder 6

Wright Patterson Air Force Base, 1947-1955

Box 30   Folder 7-10

W, general

Box 30   Folder 11

Yadav, R. S., 1969-1983

Box 30   Folder 12

Yerkes Observatory, 1954-1958

Box 30   Folder 13

York, Donald, 1983

Box 30   Folder 14

Y, general

Box 30   Folder 15

Z, general

Subseries 2: Personal correspondence

Box 30   Folder 16

A, general

Box 30   Folder 17

B, general

Box 30   Folder 18

C, general (including Eleanor Coambs, UC Comptroller's office)

Box 30   Folder 19

D, general (including Leon Despres)

Box 30   Folder 20

E, general

Box 31   Folder 1

Faulkner Girls School, 1963-1969

Box 31   Folder 2

Fifty-Five Ten Woodlawn Corp., 1952-1955

Box 31   Folder 3

F, general

Box 31   Folder 4

G, general (including General Telephone Co., Goldman Construction, Grant High School retrospective)

Box 31   Folder 5

H, general

Box 31   Folder 6

I, general (including Indies Inn and Yacht Club, Isle Royale National Park)

Box 31   Folder 7

J-L, general

Box 31   Folder 8

M, general (including Marsh and McLennan Inc., Marshall Field's)

Box 31   Folder 9

N, general (including New York Times, Leonard Nierman, instructions for reading accelerator)

Box 31   Folder 10

O-Q, general (including Public Relations Office, UC, release and photo of JAS and C. Y. Fan looking at Pioneer V)

Box 31   Folder 11

Reed College, 1948-1981

Box 31   Folder 12

R, general (including Royce School)

Box 32   Folder 1

Science Research Associates (reading accelerator), 1960-1978

Box 32   Folder 2

S, general (including Secretary of State, Security Systems, Inc., Milton I. Shadur, William Simpson, Stein, Roe and Farnham, David Swan)

Box 32   Folder 3

T-U, general (including Talman Savings and Loan, Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, UC)

Box 32   Folder 4

V-Z, general (including Western Union, Wesner Brothers Jeep)

Box 32   Folder 5

Miscellaneous personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, greeting cards, address lists, schedules

Series II: University of Chicago (UC)

Subseries 1: General

Box 33   Folder 1

Personnel, technical, 1949-1960

Box 33   Folder 2-3

Personnel, technical, notes, 1951-1958

Box 33   Folder 4

Personnel, technical, applications, 1954-1959

Box 33   Folder 5

Personnel, technical, 1955-1956

Box 33   Folder 6

Personnel, technical, 1955-1957

Box 33   Folder 7

Personnel, technical, biweekly payroll student schedules, 1958

Box 33   Folder 8

Innominates Club, 1955-1965

Box 33   Folder 9

Lists of personal items for JAS trips abroad, 1956,1958

Box 33   Folder 10

Miscellaneous memos and correspondence, 1958-1978

Box 33   Folder 11

Search for Dean of Physical Sciences Division, correspondence, memo, 1959

Box 33   Folder 12

Search for Dean of Physical Sciences Division, correspondence, memo, 1966

Box 33   Folder 13

Search for Dean of Physical Sciences Division, correspondence, search for EFT Director, correspondence, 1955-1957

Box 33   Folder 14

Government support for information on basic research, government documents, 1960,1970

Box 33   Folder 15

Committee on evaluation of LAS, 1962

Box 34   Folder 1

Center for Policy Study, center description, memos, announcements, Research and Development conference, selection of fellows, China Year, executive council meeting of 2/3/66, formation of "Academy of Public Affairs," 1965-1978

Box 34   Folder 2

Center for Policy Study, monographs and reports, NAS & TRW documents, 1965-1968

Box 34   Folder 3

Center for Policy Study, executive council meeting of 12/20/65, report, 1965-1966

Box 34   Folder 4

Center for Policy Study, China Study, correspondence, reports, addresses, January-February 1966

Box 34   Folder 5

Center for Policy Study, China Study, reports, 1967

Box 34   Folder 6

Center for Policy Study, China Study, correspondence and memos, funding, conference announcements, 1967-1971

Box 34   Folder 7

Center for Policy Study, China Study, conference on race and unemployment, March-May 1968

Box 34   Folder 8

Center for Policy Study, China Study, conference of federal government and science priorities, agenda, correspondence, reports, guidelines, 1970

Box 34   Folder 9

Center for Policy Study, China Study, memos, research and development conference, 1975

Box 34   Folder 10

Honorary degrees conferred by UC, nominees, 1966

Box 34   Folder 11

Physical Sciences Division, "Committee Report on the Central Machine Shop" June 1966

Box 34   Folder 12

Demonstration experiment for visiting students, references for "the clock paradox," 1966

Box 34   Folder 13-14

University government grants and contracts, 1966-1967

Box 35   Folder 1

Institute for Defense Analysis (IDA) Committee, confidential, 1967-1968

Box 35   Folder 2

Correspondence with Edward H. Levi, 1969-1970

Box 35   Folder 3

UC committees, curriculum committee, common core proposal, May 1969

Box 35   Folder 4

Machinists and Instrument Makers Association, agreement, 1970

Box 35   Folder 5

Capital equipment, NASA funds, memos, 1970-1971

Box 35   Folder 6-7

Committee on the Criteria for Academic Appointment, 1970-1975

Box 35   Folder 8

Divisional fund raising committee, 1972

Box 35   Folder 9-10

President's Advisory Group, fund raising, 1973

Box 36   Folder 1

University Funding Program, 1973-1976, Faculty Development Committee, memos, correspondence, NASA University Program, information, announcements, 1973

Box 36   Folder 2

Physics facilities improvement plans, LASR computer, meetings with William Cannon, notes, memos, 1978-1979

Box 36   Folder 3

Physical Sciences Building Planning Committee report, n.d.

Box 36   Folder 4

Plans for physical sciences building, 1967, 1970, 1973

Box 36   Folder 5

New Physics Building Committee memos, 1977-1983

Box 36   Folder 6

"Center for Physics," initial planning for the facility, comments on space appropriation, 1978-1980

Box 36   Folder 7

New Physics Building architect, space allocation, "Center for Physics," planning report, 1980-1981

Box 36   Folder 8

Architecture and planning for New Physics Building, 1978-1984

Box 36   Folder 9

New Physics Building design, Physics Building Program draft reports, 1981-1982

Box 36   Folder 10

Physics Building Committee, "Program for the Physics Teaching Center," 1982

Box 37   Folder 1

Office of Physical Planning and Construction, "Center for Physics Building Program," JAS suggestions, 1982

Box 37   Folder 2

James S. Hudnall, prospective donor for Physics Teaching Center, 1983

Box 37   Folder 3

New Physics Building plan sheets, notes, 1984

Box 37   Folder 4

Memo on faculty appointments, 1978

Box 37   Folder 5

New contracting procedures, 1980

Box 37   Folder 6

Personal Activity Reports, 1980-1981

Box 37   Folder 7

Council on Research, provost discussion, CRIE and ISPM funding, NGL 14001-006, 1980

Box 37   Folder 8

formation, Spacelab 2 experiment (NAS8-32828), documents and memos, 1980-1981

Box 37   Folder 9

memos, hypothetical case studies, 1981-1982

Box 37   Folder 10

1982-1983

Box 37   Folder 11

solar energy, patents, Stanford University documents, memos, 1980-1985

Subseries 2: Course materials

Box 38   Folder 1

Physics 102 laboratory, 1956-1957

Box 38   Folder 2-3

Physics 102, lecture notes, 1957

Box 38   Folder 4-5

Physics 102, lecture notes, 1958

Box 38   Folder 6

Physics 105, Physics 106, 1951-1952

Box 38   Folder 7

Physics 106, lecture notes, 1952

Box 38   Folder 8

Physics 107, spring 1952

Box 38   Folder 9

Physics 121, spring 1952, volume I, autumn 1983

Box 39   Folder 1

Physics 121, spring 1952, volume II, autumn 1983

Box 39   Folder 2-3

Physics 121, exams and problem sets, autumn 1983

Box 39   Folder 4

Physics 121, class list, tutors, Plato, grades, autumn 1983

Box 39   Folder 5-7

Physics 121, lab manual, demonstrations, autumn 1983

Box 39   Folder 8

Physics 121, viewgraphs, autumn 1983

Box 40   Folder 1

Physics 121, assorted class notes, quizzes, homework, 1983

Box 40   Folder 2

Physics 122, Pasco Demonstrations Catalog, n.d.

Box 40   Folder 3-5

Physics 122, viewgraphs of lecture notes, winter 1979

Box 40   Folder 6

Physics 122, annotated copy of text chapters, winter 1979

Box 40   Folder 7

Physics 122, winter 1979

Box 41   Folder 1

Physics 122, notes, text problem solutions, 1979-1980

Box 41   Folder 2

Physics 122, notes, winter 1979

Box 41   Folder 3-4

Physics 122, lab manual, demonstrations, winter 1979

Box 41   Folder 5

Physics 122, original lecture notes, winter 1979

Box 41   Folder 6

Physics 122, quizzes and exams, problem solutions, winter 1979

Box 41   Folder 7

Physics 122, Physics 132, quizzes and exams, winter 1979

Box 41   Folder 8

Physics 122, grades, student evaluations, winter 1979.

Box 41   Folder 9

Physics 122, 1979-1980

Box 41   Folder 10

Physics 122, grades, winter 1980

Box 42   Folder 1-2

Physics 122, quizzes, exams, solutions, winter 1980

Box 42   Folder 3

Physics 122, quizzes, demonstration notes, winter 1980

Box 42   Folder 4

Physics 122, lecture and demonstration notes, winter 1980

Box 42   Folder 5

Physics 123, spring 1960

Box 42   Folder 6

Physics 123, January-March 1961

Box 42   Folder 7

Physics 123, quizzes, lecture notes, spring 1967

Box 42   Folder 8

Physics 123, course outlines, experiments, spring 1967

Box 43   Folder 1

Physics 123, quizzes and experiments, spring 1967

Box 43   Folder 2

Physics 201, lecture notes, n.d.

Box 43   Folder 3

Physics 221, lecture notes, 1946

Box 43   Folder 4

Physics 221, problem sets, 1946

Box 43   Folder 5

Physics 221, exams, 1946

Box 43   Folder 6

Physics 231, experimental techniques, Radio Chemistry (1947), lecture notes

Box 43   Folder 7

Physics 231, lecture notes, 1947

Box 43   Folder 8

Physics 231, exams, 1947

Box 43   Folder 9

Physics 231, lectures, 1947

Box 43   Folder 10

Physics 231, notes, 1942 New York University paper, 1947

Box 43   Folder 11

Physics 231, lecture notes, 1948

Box 44   Folder 1

Physics 232-233-234, lab manuals, 1946-1948

Box 44   Folder 2

Physics 232-233-234, 1949-1950

Box 44   Folder 3

Physics 232, syllabus, autumn 1946

Box 44   Folder 4

Physics 233, spring 1950

Box 44   Folder 5

Physics 234, experiments, spring 1948

Box 44   Folder 6

Physics 234, summer 1948, winter 1949

Box 44   Folder 7

Physics 241 (J. R. Platt), autumn 1949

Box 44   Folder 8

Physics 299, 1969

Box 44   Folder 9

Physics 332, experiments, autumn 1953

Box 44   Folder 10

Physics 332, summer 1954

Box 44   Folder 11

Physics 333, winter 1951

Box 44   Folder 12

Physics 333, experiments, 1953-1954

Box 44   Folder 13

Physics 333, winter and summer 1954

Box 44   Folder 14

Physics 334, experiments, spring 1952

Box 45   Folder 1-2

Physics 334, experiments, spring 1954

Box 45   Folder 3-4

Physics 334, spring 1963

Box 45   Folder 5

Physics 334, spring 1964

Box 45   Folder 6

Physics 334, biophysics, 1964-1973

Box 45   Folder 7

Physics 334, spring 1969

Box 46   Folder 1

Physics 334, lab reports, spring 1969

Box 46   Folder 2

Physics 334, 1969-1970

Box 46   Folder 3-4

Physics 334, Physics 335, lab manuals, 1970

Box 46   Folder 5-6

Physics 334, Physics 335, 1970-1972

Box 46   Folder 7

Physics 334, Physics 335, lab reports, 1970

Box 47   Folder 1

Physics 334, 1971

Box 47   Folder 2

Physics 334, 1971,1973

Box 47   Folder 3

Physics 334, spring 1973

Box 47   Folder 4

Physics 334, Physics 335, lab manual, spring 1973

Box 47   Folder 5

Physics 334, winter 1981

Box 47   Folder 6

Physics 334, student lab reports, winter 1981

Box 47   Folder 7-10

Physics 334, student lab reports, lab manual, winter 1981

Box 48   Folder 1

Physics 334, final grades, winter 1981

Box 48   Folder 2

Physics 334, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 3

Physics 334, class notes, grades, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 4

Physics 334, lab reports, Hall Effect, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 5

Physics 334, lab reports, Raman Effect, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 6

Physics 334, lab reports, Compton Effect, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 7

Physics 334, lab reports, Optical Pumping, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 8

Physics 334, lab reports, Zeeman Effect, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 9

Physics 334, lab reports, Angular Correlation of Gamma Rays, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 10

Physics 334, lab reports, Mossbauer Effect, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 11

Physics 334, lab reports, Electron and X-Ray Differential, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 12

Physics 334, lab reports, Nuclear Particle Detector, summer 1982

Box 48   Folder 13

Physics 334, lab reports, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, summer 1982

Box 49   Folder 1

Physics 334, lab reports, Cosmic Rays and Cerenkov Radiation, summer 1982

Box 49   Folder 2-3

Physics 334, lab reports, Josephson Effect, 1979-1981

Box 49   Folder 4

Physics 334, lab reports, experiment with 14 MeV/nuclei, summer 1982

Box 49   Folder 5

Physics 334, lab reports, Josephson Effect, summer 1982

Box 49   Folder 6-8

Physics 334, manuals, lab reports, winter 1983

Box 49   Folder 9

Physics 334, grades, winter 1983

Box 50   Folder 1-2

Physics 334, lab manual revision, 1983

Box 50   Folder 3

Physics 334, 1983-1984

Box 50   Folder 4

Physics 334, student lab reports, winter 1984

Box 50   Folder 5

Physics 334, grades, winter 1984

Box 50   Folder 6-7

Physics 334, student reports, grades, summer 1986

Box 50   Folder 8

Physics 334, student lab reports, n.d.

Box 50   Folder 9

Physics 442, winter 1954

Box 51   Folder 1

Physics 442, 1953-1961

Box 51   Folder 2

Physics 442, autumn 1958

Box 51   Folder 3

Physics 442, winter 1961

Box 51   Folder 4

Physics 442, spring 1966

Box 51   Folder 5

Physics 442, spring 1971

Box 51   Folder 6

Physics 442, reprints on origins of cosmic rays, 1962-1967

Box 51   Folder 7

Physics 442, lecture notes, bibliography, 1961, 1964, 1966, 1971

Box 51   Folder 8

Physics 453, spring 1980

Box 51   Folder 9

Physics 472, lecture notes, spring 1951

Box 51   Folder 10

Group Theory lecture notes, M. G. Mayer, 1946

Box 52   Folder 1

Survey lectures on cosmic rays, 1948-1949

Box 52   Folder 2

Lecture series on radiation detectors, UC, 1949, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), 1955

Box 52   Folder 3

Seminar on cosmic rays, solar wind, bibliography, notes, press catalogues, 1953-1961

Box 52   Folder 4

Cosmic ray seminar, 1957

Box 52   Folder 5

Quantum Mechanics, 2nd quarter, n.d.

Subseries 3: Annotated drafts of students' dissertations

Box 53   Folder 1

Thesis topics for Ph.D students, Farnham Jory proposals, 1954-1955

Box 53   Folder 2

List of student theses sponsored by JAS, 1989

Box 53   Folder 3

G. Kenneth Yates, "Proton and Alpha Particle Fluxes in the Absence of Large Solar Injection," JAS notes, October 1962

Box 53   Folder 4

J.J. O'Gallagher, "The Cosmic Ray Radial Density Gradient and Its Rigidity Dependence Observed at Solar Minimum on Mariner-IV," February 1967

Box 53   Folder 5

J. Wang, "Dynamics of 11-year Modulation of Galactic Cosmic Rays," October 1968

Box 53   Folder 6

J. Hsieh, "Study of Solar Modulation of Low Energy Cosmic Rays Using 1965 and 1967 Quiet Time Proton, He3 and He4 Differential Spectra at E 100 MeV/nucleon," February 1969

Box 53   Folder 7

Ronald Englade, "A Computational Model For Solar Flare Particle Propagation," April 1970

Box 53   Folder 8

Janet Mather, untitled, July 1970

Box 53   Folder 9

Jim Sullivan, "Two Solar Flare Electron Components and Their Relationship to the Proton Component," referees comments, correspondence, 1970-1971

Box 53   Folder 10

G. M. Mason, "Interstellar Propagation and Solar Modulation of Galactic Nuclei 2<Z<8 in the Energy Range 10 to 1000 MeV/nucleon in 1969," thesis outline, drafts, correspondence, 1971

Box 53   Folder 11

William Dietrich, "The 3He and 4He Abundances in the November 2, 1969 and the January 25, 1971 Solar Flares," May 18, 1972

Box 53   Folder 12

Dave Smith, untitled, 1975

Box 53   Folder 13

Douglas Hamilton, "The Radial Transport of Energetic Solar Flare Particles From 1 to 6 AU number," July 1976

Box 54   Folder 1

Tom Conlon, "The Interplanetary Modulation and Transport of Jovian Electrons," October 1976

Box 54   Folder 2

David Chenette, "The Propagation of Jovian Electrons to Earth," correspondence, referee reports, July 1979

Box 54   Folder 3

Gregory Guzik, "The Low Energy Galactic Cosmic Ray Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen Isotopic Composition," December 1979

Box 54   Folder 4

Steve Christos, "Interplanetary Flow Near Earth," correspondence, referees' reports, 1978, 1981

Box 54   Folder 5

David Rabinowitz, "Source Map for Dust Structures Observed in the Comma of Halley's Comet," May 1987

Box 54   Folder 6

Clifford Lopate, "Electron Acceleration to Relativistic Energies By Traveling Interplanetary Shocks," 1988

Box 54   Folder 7

Review of student and staff participation in research, notes, 1967-1970

Subseries 4: Department of Physics

Box 55   Folder 1-3

Memos, course listings, candidacy exams, Policy Committee, lists of students, department chairmanship, U.S. government surplus catalogs, 1947-1967

Box 55   Folder 4-6

Confidential, 1967-1975

Box 56   Folder 1

Confidential, 1967-1975

Box 56   Folder 2

General departmental files, 1946

Box 56   Folder 3-6

General departmental files, 1958-1963

Box 57   Folder 1-11

General departmental files, 1963-1974

Box 58   Folder 1-6

General departmental files, 1975-1982

Box 58   Folder 7

Experimental Physics Lab Program, MIT Lab Book (1939), notes, 1946

Box 58   Folder 8

Experimental Physics Lab Program, basic exam, 1946-1947

Box 58   Folder 9

Experimental Physics Lab Program, planning, 1947

Box 59   Folder 1

Donald Connor dissertation, "Yield Measurements for Photoneutron Reactions in Copper," 1950

Box 59   Folder 2

Experimental Physics Committee, 1949, course outlines, 1956-1957

Box 59   Folder 3

Committee for planning new curriculum, 1953-1954

Box 59   Folder 4-5

Teaching Activities Committee (New Curriculum in Physics), 1965-1967, 1970-1971

Box 59   Folder 6

Physics 334 Committee, 1969-1972

Box 60   Folder 1

Physics 334 Committee, 1969-1972

Box 60   Folder 2

Physics 334 Committee, meeting minutes, 1971-1973

Box 60   Folder 3

Basic exam, n.d., Physics 328 exam, winter 1946

Box 60   Folder 4

Basic exam, notes, spring, 1949

Box 60   Folder 5

Basic exam, 1950, applicants, 1947

Box 60   Folder 6

Basic exam, E and M problems, 1943, grading, 1950

Box 60   Folder 7

Basic exam, 1949

Box 60   Folder 8

Membership on advisory and thesis committees, 1955-1961

Box 60   Folder 9

Candidacy examinations, spring 1956

Box 60   Folder 10

Candidacy examinations, spring 1960

Box 60   Folder 11

Candidacy examinations, autumn 1964

Box 61   Folder 1-2

Candidacy examinations, 1960-1970

Box 61   Folder 3

Candidacy examinations, 1971-1977

Box 61   Folder 4

Candidacy examinations, solutions, spring 1982

Box 61   Folder 5-6

Candidacy examinations, spare collected problems, spring 1982

Box 61   Folder 7

Memos to lab and building personnel, 1958-1960

Box 61   Folder 8

Fellowship applications, Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), 1951

Box 62   Folder 1-4

Fellowship applications, National Research Council, 1952-1955

Box 62   Folder 5

Graduate and postdoctoral fellowship applicants, 1953-1957

Box 62   Folder 6

Graduate and postdoctoral fellowship applicants, 1956-1958, 1963

Box 62   Folder 7

Graduate and postdoctoral fellowship applicants, 1956-1961

Box 62   Folder 8

Graduate and postdoctoral fellowship applicants, 1963-1966

Box 62   Folder 9

Graduate and postdoctoral fellowship applicants, research assistants, 1965-1977

Box 62   Folder 10

Committee on Fellowships, Assistantships and Student Recruitment, correspondence, memos, 1966-1967

Box 62   Folder 11-12

Plato system, 1978-1980

Box 63   Folder 1

Colloquium speakers, 1958-1959, 1962

Box 63   Folder 2

Colloquium speakers, 1970

Box 63   Folder 3

Colloquium speakers, 1970-1973, 1975

Box 63   Folder 4

General information about department, 1981-1984

Box 63   Folder 5

Department of Physics meetings, minutes for October 22, 1982, February 11, 1983, May 20, 1983

Box 63   Folder 6

Department of Physics meetings, meeting minutes, department guidelines, research descriptions, graduate student information, 1983-1984

Subseries 5: Enrico Fermi Institute (EFI)

Box 63   Folder 7

Plans for Institute for Nuclear Studies, 1945

Box 63   Folder 8

Brief summary of research fields in cosmic ray group, 1958-1964

Box 63   Folder 9

Policy Committee, 1959

Box 63   Folder 10

Responsibilities, 1959-1961

Box 63   Folder 11

Candidates for research appointments, correspondence, 1959-1960

Box 63   Folder 12

Master development plan for EFI, 1961

Box 63   Folder 13

Meeting minutes, May 26, 1964

Box 63   Folder 14

EFI professional appointments, discussions on policy, 1964-1966

Box 63   Folder 15

Enrico Fermi Fellowships, 1966-1969

Box 64   Folder 1

Search for new director, 1971

Box 64   Folder 2

Correspondence with EFI director, memos, 1964-1981

Box 64   Folder 3

Correspondence as EFI director, memos, 1973-1978

Box 64   Folder 4

EFI long range strategy paper, November 1976

Box 64   Folder 5

Strategy paper by JAS, 1976

Box 64   Folder 6

Policy Committee, 1977

Box 64   Folder 7-10

Meeting minutes, 1980-1984

Subseries 6: Laboratory for Astrophysics and Space Research (LASR)

Box 64   Folder 11-13

General correspondence, 1962-1968

Box 64   Folder 14

EGO, Pioneer, miscellaneous memos and correspondence, "Quality Requirements for Electronic Equipment Used in Space Flight Experiments," 1961-1965

Box 65   Folder 1

EGO, preliminary information, 1962-1967

Box 65   Folder 2

Plans for NASA-UC program, NASA reorganization, Stagg Field memorial, correspondence, 1961-1962

Box 65   Folder 3

NASA graduate and postdoctoral international fellowships in space science, correspondence, 1961

Box 65   Folder 4

"A Proposed NASA-UC Plan for Research and Training in the Sciences Related to Space," original draft, December 14, 1961

Box 65   Folder 5

"A Proposed NASA-UC Plan for Research and Training in the Sciences Related to Space," original draft, revised, January 2, 1962

Box 65   Folder 6

NASA-UC program, materials for November 6, 1961 discussion

Box 65   Folder 7

NASA-UC program, correspondence, proposal draft, 1961

Box 65   Folder 8

New building, rough draft of NASA proposal, notes and correspondence, 1961

Box 65   Folder 9

New building, proposal drafts, correspondence, notes, 1961

Box 66   Folder 1

New building, proposal drafts, correspondence, 1961-1962

Box 66   Folder 2-3

New building, NASA proposal for funding, 1961-1962

Box 66   Folder 4

New building, EFI Planning Committee, notes, 1960-1961

Box 66   Folder 5-6

New building, NASA-University Memo of Understanding, 1962

Box 66   Folder 7

New building, revised plans, 1961-1962

Box 66   Folder 8

New building, revised NASA proposal, notes, 1961-1962

Box 66   Folder 9

New building, notes and correspondence, 1962-1963

Box 66   Folder 10

New building, documents from September 27, 1962 meeting with NASA

Box 66   Folder 11

New building, finances, 1962-1963

Box 66   Folder 12

New building, schedules, 1962

Box 66   Folder 13

New building, master development plans, 1962

Box 66   Folder 14

New building, building site questions, 1962

Box 66   Folder 15

New building, architectural, mechanical, and equipment details, 1962

Box 66   Folder 16

New building, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, portfolio, 1962

Box 67   Folder 1-2

New building, Skidmore, job memos, 1962-1963

Box 67   Folder 3

New building, Skidmore, plans, 1962

Box 67   Folder 4

New building, final budgets and plans, 1963

Box 67   Folder 5

New building, ground breaking remarks, "Astrophysics in Space," Space Month Conference, 1963

Box 67   Folder 6

New building, committee meeting, October 16, 1964

Box 67   Folder 7

New building, new equipment, 1964

Box 67   Folder 8

New building, computation facilities, 1964

Box 67   Folder 9

New building, computation facilities, correspondence, memos, 1964

Box 68   Folder 1

New building, computation facilities, problems, 1964

Box 68   Folder 2

New building, NASA-UC meeting, September 1, 1964

Box 68   Folder 3

New building, dedication ceremonies, 1965

Box 68   Folder 4

New building, landscaping, 1965

Box 68   Folder 5-6

Personnel, planning, 1962-1964

Box 68   Folder 7

Possible new appointments, 1963-1964

Box 68   Folder 8

New appointments, 1964

Box 68   Folder 9

Candidates for new lab appointments, 1965

Box 68   Folder 10

Loose equipment budget, 1963

Box 68   Folder 11

Capital equipment for JAS, 1963

Box 68   Folder 12

Equipment and expense budget, 1964

Box 68   Folder 13

Guests at LASR, 1965

Box 68   Folder 14

Proposal for LASR accelerator, 1965

Box 68   Folder 15

Pulse generator for experiments in space, proposal, 1965

Box 68   Folder 16

Negotiations for electronics research support from NASA Electronics Research Center, LASR instrument development proposal, Sunblazer, correspondence, 1966-1967

Box 68   Folder 17

LASR data group, personnel, memos, May 1966

Box 68   Folder 18

Building expansion plan, 1964-1965

Box 68   Folder 19-20

Building expansion plan, 1967-1971

Box 68   Folder 21

Furnishings and fittings account, space assignments, 1965-1966

Box 68   Folder 22

Upgrading computer facility, 1965

Box 68   Folder 23

LASR computer operations, keypunch operator, 1965

Box 69   Folder 1

SDS 910 computer, usage reports, memos, 1965-1967

Box 69   Folder 2-3

Status of data reduction and analysis programs, computing costs, neutron monitors, data storage, IMP, Pioneer 6, EGO, OGO, data exchange, memos and correspondence, 1965-1967

Box 69   Folder 4

Programmers and data analysts salary review, personnel, memos, 1966-1967

Box 69   Folder 5

Computer problems, 1966-1970

Box 69   Folder 6

Use study of computer center, 1967

Box 69   Folder 7-9

LASR computing, University Computer Policy Committee, 1964-1966

Box 70   Folder 1-3

LASR computing, University Computer Policy Committee, 1967-1968

Box 70   Folder 4-6

LASR computing, University Computer Policy Committee, 1969-1971

Box 71   Folder 1

LASR computing, University Computer Policy Committee, Long Range Planning Committee, biophysics, 1970-1971

Box 71   Folder 2

Monthly expenditure statements, contracts, 1965

Box 71   Folder 3

Financial reports, memos, correspondence, 1966-1969

Box 71   Folder 4-5

Finances, NASA correspondence, 1967-1968

Box 71   Folder 6

Personnel, salary questions, 1967

Box 71   Folder 7

Agreement between Vice President's office and JAS regarding functions of V. Annamunthodo, 1971

Box 71   Folder 8-9

Technology for Science proposal meeting, April 10, 1972, finances, personnel, 1973-1975

Box 72   Folder 1-2

Funding, expenditure, personnel projections, 1973-1975

Box 72   Folder 3

Personnel, X-ray program, 1973

Box 72   Folder 4

NASA finance meeting, November 26, 1973

Box 72   Folder 5

NASA finance meeting, January 1975

Box 72   Folder 6-7

NASA finance meeting, April 1975

Box 73   Folder 1-3

Financial documents, 1972-1975

Box 73   Folder 4

Capital equipment, LASR inventory, proposed replacement of obsolete equipment, 1973-1977

Box 73   Folder 5

Brief description of current research, 1975

Box 73   Folder 6

Space achievements and lab description, 1958-1975

Box 73   Folder 7

DoD Meeting, September 26, 1975

Box 73   Folder 8

Fiscal review, 1976

Box 74   Folder 1

Financial projections, March 1, 1976

Box 74   Folder 2

Computer conversion, 1976-1978

Box 74   Folder 3

Computer conversion, NASA funding proposals, memos, 1976-1977

Box 74   Folder 4-6

Second generation computer alternatives, 1976-1977

Box 74   Folder 7

Harris System problems, meeting, June 13, 1979

Box 75   Folder 1

NASA-University relations, NASA Office of University Affairs, Physical Sciences Committee, SSB, reports and correspondence, 1975-1977

Box 75   Folder 2

NASA, LASR site visit, May 6, 1977

Box 75   Folder 3

NASA, review of universities and Centers of Excellence, correspondence, NASA-UC Memo of Understanding, 1978-1979

Box 75   Folder 4

NASA, five-year planning, draft, April 13, 1978

Box 75   Folder 5

NASA, review of LASR, December 5, 1979

Box 75   Folder 6

NASA, LASR documents for meeting in Washington, D.C., May 2, 1980

Box 75   Folder 7

Financial reports on LASR projects, July-September 1982

Box 75   Folder 8

Candidates for Research Associate, 1978

Box 75   Folder 9

Policy Committee meetings, plans for new senior and assistant professors, 1978,1979

Subseries 7: The College of the University of Chicago

Box 76   Folder 1

General, 1961-1967

Box 76   Folder 2

Committee on Science Students Enrollment, 1955

Box 76   Folder 3

Committee on Policy, 1959-1961

Box 76   Folder 4

Committee on Advisory System, 1960

Box 76   Folder 5

Physical Science Committee on Applied Science, n.d.

Series III: Professional Affiliations

Subseries 1: Atomic scientists organizations

Box 77   Folder 1

Atomic Scientists of Chicago, correspondence, writings, 1945-1947

Box 77   Folder 2

minutes of executive committee meetings, 1945-1947

Box 77   Folder 3

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1945-1946

Box 77   Folder 4

Chicago Committee for Civilian Control of Atomic Energy, 1946

Box 78   Folder 1

Federation of Atomic Scientists, JAS U.S. Senate testimony, 1945

Box 78   Folder 2

Federation of American Scientists, 1945-1947

Box 78   Folder 3

National Committee on Atomic Information, 1946

Box 78   Folder 4

Proposed National Liaison Committee on Atomic Information, 1945-1946

Box 78   Folder 5

Individuals and groups interested in atomic energy and the atom bomb, 1944-1946

Box 78   Folder 6

Emergency Committee for Control of Atomic Energy, Federation of American Scientists, Association of Los Alamos Scientists, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1945-1946

Box 78   Folder 7

Association of Scientists for Atomic Education, Atomic Scientists of Chicago, notes, writings, correspondence, 1945-1947

Box 78   Folder 8-9

Atomic Scientists' Association, Atomic Scientists of Chicago, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Chicago Association of Scientists and Engineers, Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, The New Commonwealth (London), budgets, notes, meeting minutes, writings, correspondence, 1945-1947

Box 78   Folder 10

News releases and resolutions, 1945

Box 78   Folder 11

"The Social Responsibilities of Science," 1946

Box 79   Folder 1

Articles by Chicago scientists, n.d.

Box 79   Folder 2-3

Literature on atomic energy and world government, 1945-1947, 1951

Box 79   Folder 4

Lists of literature on atomic energy, 1945-1946

Box 79   Folder 5

Digests of U.S. Senate testimony on atomic energy, 1945

Box 79   Folder 6

U.S. Senate atomic energy manual, November 15, 1945

Box 79   Folder 7

Domestic legislation on atomic energy, 1945-1946

Box 79   Folder 8

Atomic Energy Bill, England, 1946

Box 79   Folder 9

Confidential diary of T. O. Jones regarding his interviews with government and business officials on behalf of JAS and UC, 1945

Box 80   Folder 1

Atomic Scientists of Chicago, The New Commonwealth, Rocky Mountain Conference on Control and Utilization of Atomic Energy, June 24-26, 1946, correspondence, 1945-1947

Box 80   Folder 2-3

Speeches and materials on science and atomic energy, "Science and the Welfare of Mankind," Association of Scientific Workers Conference, 1945-1946

Box 80   Folder 4

"Welfare of Mankind" conference, JAS report, 1946

Box 80   Folder 5

"Welfare of Mankind" conference, JAS expenses, 1946

Box 80   Folder 6

Miscellaneous conferences and dinners, 1945-1946

Box 80   Folder 7

Conferences at UC on domestic legislation, December 27-28, 1945, on U.S. Soviet relations, December 12-15, 1946, articles on atomic energy

Box 80   Folder 8

Rye, New York conference, writings, 1945

Box 80   Folder 9

New York City conference, 1946

Box 80   Folder 10

Lake Geneva conference, 1947

Box 80   Folder 11

New York and Princeton conferences, 1947

Box 80   Folder 12

Association of Scientists for Atomic Education, 1947

Box 81   Folder 1-2

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, prospectus, letters, press clippings, copy with JAS article returned from Scientific American publisher Gerard Piel, ca. 1950

Box 81   Folder 3

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, fund raising problem, 1952

Box 81   Folder 4

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, fund raising problem, letter from L. F. W. Drake to Harold Urey, 1953

Box 81   Folder 5

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, fund raising problem, correspondence, funding proposals, university relations, JAS notes, 1946-1955

Box 81   Folder 6

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, JAS paper, "Energetic Particles and Magnetic Fields in the Space around Us," rough draft, 1961

Box 81   Folder 7

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, memos, articles, contribution information, 1978-1982

Box 81   Folder 8

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, annual report of Board of Directors, memos, correspondence, 1983

Box 81   Folder 9

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, memos for Board of Directors, meeting minutes, budgets, 1984

Box 81   Folder 10

Collected works of Leo Szilard, draft, 1975-1976

Subseries 2: International Geophysical Year (IGY)

Sub-subseries 1: Comité Spécial de l'Année Géophysique Internationale (CSAGI), general materials

Box 82   Folder 1-4

Correspondence, 1954-1959

Box 82   Folder 5

Nuclear Radiation Program, notes, CSAGI meetings, "Sputnik II results," correspondence, national reports presented to CSAGI, 1954-1956

Box 82   Folder 6

Meeting minutes, conferences, miscellaneous, 1954-1958

Box 82   Folder 7

Meteorology, rocket program, Barcelona and Moscow meetings, 1954-1958

Box 82   Folder 8

JAS, IGY expenses, 1955

Box 83   Folder 1

CSAGI Publications Committee, 1956

Box 83   Folder 2

Address lists for CSAGI and cosmic ray scientists, 1956

Box 83   Folder 3

CSAGI, USNC-IGY, memos, bulletins, 1956

Box 83   Folder 4

World Data Centers, meetings, correspondence, 1956

Box 83   Folder 5

CSAGI Guide to World Data Centers, June 7, 1957, amendments to guide, 1957-1958

Box 83   Folder 6

Incoming mail summaries, polar map of the world, 1957

Box 83   Folder 7

Union Géodésique et Géophysique Internationale, seventh issue, 1957

Box 84   Folder 1

Membership lists of IGY participating committees, 1957

Box 84   Folder 2

National Academy of Sciences (NAS) IGY Bulletin, 1957-1960

Box 84   Folder 3

Geographical Distribution of the International Geophysical Year Stations, Parts I-III, 1958

Box 84   Folder 4

Data distribution, continued funding, International Geophysical Cooperation, correspondence, 1958-1962

Box 84   Folder 5

Reorganization of Soviet IGY committee, 1961

Sub-subseries 2: CSAGI, conferences and meetings

Box 85   Folder 1

Europe trip, correspondence, expenses, 1953-1954

Box 85   Folder 2

CSAGI and Union Géodésique et Géophysique Internationale conferences, membership lists, 1954-1957

Box 85   Folder 3-5

Conference reports, 1954-1958

Box 85   Folder 6

Rome conference, 1954, correspondence about telex communications, 1957

Box 86   Folder 1

Rome conference, correspondence, 1953-1954

Box 86   Folder 2

Rome conference, correspondence, expenses, 1954

Box 86   Folder 3-5

Rome conference, supplementary documents compilation, 1954

Box 86   Folder 6

CSAGI and Subcommission on Cosmic Ray Intensity Variations joint Guanajuato meeting, notes, correspondence, 1955

Box 86   Folder 7

First Antarctic Conference, Paris, 1955

Box 86   Folder 8

First and Second Antarctic Conferences, Paris and Brussels, resolutions, 1956

Box 87   Folder 1

Brussels meeting, 1955

Box 87   Folder 2

Brussels meeting, national reports, 1955

Box 87   Folder 3

Brussels meeting, Second Antarctic Conference, 1955

Box 87   Folder 4-6

Stockholm Arctic conference, resolutions, 1955

Box 87   Folder 7

Barcelona conference, 1956

Box 87   Folder 8

Barcelona conference, national committee reports memo, 1956

Box 88   Folder 1

World Meteorological Organization Executive Committee, Eighth Session, Geneva, 1956

Box 88   Folder 2

Stockholm and Barcelona meetings, correspondence, itinerary, 1956

Box 88   Folder 3

Utrecht meetings, 1957

Box 88   Folder 4

Western Pacific Regional Conference, Tokyo, 1957

Box 88   Folder 5

Western Pacific Regional Conference, reports, correspondence, expenses, 1957

Box 88   Folder 6

Rocket and Satellite Conference, Washington, 1957

Box 88   Folder 7

CSAGI and Special Inter-Union Committee on Geophysics meeting, Paris, 1959

Box 88   Folder 8

CSAGI and USNC-IGY meetings and plans for post-IGY activities, 1959

Sub-subseries 3: United States National Committee (USNC-IGY)

Box 89   Folder 1

United States IGY program proposal, 1955

Box 89   Folder 2

Arctic program, 1955-1957

Box 89   Folder 3

Rocket program, 1955

Box 89   Folder 4

Balloon program, 1956-1957

Box 89   Folder 5

Neutron monitors, correspondence, 1955-1958

Box 89   Folder 6

Neutron monitors, data exchange, 1957-1958

Box 89   Folder 7

Committees and panels, membership lists, 1955

Box 89   Folder 8

IGY World Day program, data communications, 1955

Box 89   Folder 9

Executive committee meeting, funding proposals, December 9, 1957, data analysis and publication, December 17, 1957, notes, correspondence

Box 89   Folder 10

Communications for IGY experiments, 1957

Box 89   Folder 11-12

World Data Centers, 1957-1958

Box 89   Folder 13

IGY News, 1957-1958

Box 90   Folder 1

Rome meeting, volume I of supplementary documents, abstracts of field representative reports, 1954

Box 90   Folder 2

Documents regarding Brussels meetings, Greenland, South America, 1956

Box 90   Folder 3

Meetings, memos, reports, agendas, 1956-1958

Box 90   Folder 4

Antarctic symposium, Washington, 1956

Box 90   Folder 5

Meeting, Washington, 1957

Box 90   Folder 6

Office of Naval Research, NAS meetings, Washington, 1957

Box 90   Folder 7

Funding, NSF report, 1955

Box 90   Folder 8

Funding, supplemental programs and budgets, 1957

Box 90   Folder 9-10

Funding, justification of supplemental program and estimates, 1958-1959

Box 91   Folder 1-2

Funding, USNC-IGY program, budget estimates, 1958

Box 91   Folder 3-4

Funding, NSF reports, 1959

Box 91   Folder 5

Program from NAS symposium on IGY, 1963

Box 91   Folder 6

International Year of the Quiet Sun, IGY data publication, 1964-1965

Box 91   Folder 7

International Year of the Quiet Sun, final report, 1966-1967

Sub-subseries 4: USNC-IGY Cosmic Ray Program

Box 91   Folder 8

CSAGI cosmic ray program, 1954

Box 91   Folder 9

CSAGI cosmic ray program, report, 1956

Box 91   Folder 10

Antarctic program, Subcommission on Cosmic Ray Intensity Variations, Cosmic Ray Technical Panel, correspondence, 1954-1958

Box 92   Folder 1

Arctic program, 1954-1956

Box 92   Folder 2

"Cosmic Ray Observations in the Arctic during the IGY," 1956

Box 92   Folder 3-4

Subcommission on Cosmic Ray Intensity Variations, 1954-1959

Box 92   Folder 5

Subcommission on Cosmic Ray Intensity Variations, World Data Centers, 1953-1955

Box 92   Folder 6

Subcommission on Cosmic Ray Intensity Variations, handbook for radiation recording counter, n.d.

Box 92   Folder 7

Argentina cosmic ray program, 1957-1958

Box 92   Folder 8

Cosmic ray station lists, 1956-1957

Box 92   Folder 9-10

Cosmic ray station lists, correspondence for compiling station lists, 1956-1957

Box 92   Folder 11

Coordination of aerological and cosmic ray programs, 1957

Box 92   Folder 12

Standard IGY pile photographs, n.d.

Box 92   Folder 13

World Days, World Data Centers, correspondence, 1957-1958

Box 93   Folder 1-2

Comité Internationale de Géophysique (CIG), Annals editorship, CSAGI, 1958-1962

Box 93   Folder 3

Comité Internationale de Géophysique (CIG), World Data Centers, "The Cosmic Ray Observations for the International Geophysical Year," correspondence, 1961-1963

Box 93   Folder 4

Technical Panel on Cosmic Rays, first meeting, 1955

Box 93   Folder 5

Technical Panel on Cosmic Rays, second meeting, 1955

Box 93   Folder 6

Technical Panel on Cosmic Rays, third meeting, 1955

Box 93   Folder 7

Technical Panel on Cosmic Rays, fourth meeting, 1955

Box 93   Folder 8

Technical Panel on Cosmic Rays, meetings, 1956-1958

Box 94   Folder 1-2

Program and Budget Estimates, 1957

Box 94   Folder 3

Exchange scholars for cosmic ray studies, 1958

Box 94   Folder 4-5

Guanajuato meeting on cosmic rays, correspondence, 1954-1955

Box 94   Folder 6

Guanajuato meeting on cosmic rays, "Revised Report Based on CSAGI-Cosmic Ray Meeting at Guanajuato, Mexico, September 14, 1955"

Box 94   Folder 7

Guanajuato meeting on cosmic rays, report of Subcommission on Cosmic Ray Intensity Variations meeting, 1955

Box 94   Folder 8

Guanajuato meeting on cosmic rays, Mexico trip itinerary, 1955

Box 94   Folder 9

Barcelona CSAGI meeting, cosmic ray program, 1955-1956

Box 94   Folder 10

"Solar Flare Cosmic Rays and Their Propagation," correspondence, Varenna, Italy, 1957

Box 94   Folder 11

Cosmic ray conferences, France 1953, Varenna, Italy, 1957

Box 94   Folder 12

Moscow CSAGI meeting, cosmic ray symposium, correspondence, 1958

Box 94   Folder 13

Moscow CSAGI meeting, travel notebook, "Summary of paper presented Moscow, USSR, August 12, 1958 at Joint Discussion on Solar Flares and Corpuscular Streams"

Box 95   Folder 1

Moscow CSAGI meeting, "An Account of Experiences in the Soviet Union 1958"

Box 95   Folder 2

Moscow CSAGI meeting, "Resolutions and Recommendations of the Cosmic Ray Working Group of CSAGI Fifth Assembly at Moscow, August 1958"

Box 95   Folder 3

Moscow trip of 1959, correspondence, "Moscow Revisited-1959"

Sub-subseries 5: IGY Nuclear Radiation Program

Box 95   Folder 4

"Suggested Time Schedule for the CSAGI on Nuclear Radiation," n.d.

Box 95   Folder 5

Nuclear Radiation Program, Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), 1956-1957

Box 95   Folder 6

Nuclear Radiation Program, CSAGI, AEC, correspondence, 1955-1957

Box 95   Folder 7

Advisory Committee on Nuclear Radiation, circular letters, 1957-1958

Box 95   Folder 8

Papers on nuclear fallout, 1956, n.d.

Sub-subseries 6 Reports from participating countries

Box 95   Folder 9

Reports presented at Brussels meeting, volumes I-VI, 1955

Box 95   Folder 10

France, 1955

Box 95   Folder 11

Netherlands, 1956, Austria, Egypt, n.d.

Box 95   Folder 12

Brazil, Peru, 1956

Box 95   Folder 13

Pakistan, Africa, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, France, Japan, Canada, n.d.

Box 95   Folder 14

New Zealand, n.d.

Box 95   Folder 15

Spain, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, n.d.

Box 95   Folder 16

Bolivia, Morocco, n.d.

Box 95   Folder 17

English translation of German paper, "Beiträge zum Internationalen Geophysikalischen Jahr," 1957

Subseries 3: Space Science Board (SSB)

Box 96   Folder 1

Correspondence, project proposals, Soviet satellite, National Committee for Extra-Atmospheric Cosmic Ray Research, 1957-1959

Box 96   Folder 2-3

Correspondence, IGY, 1958-1960

Box 96   Folder 4

1st meeting, minutes, June 27, 1958

Box 96   Folder 5

2nd meeting, minutes, July 19, 1958

Box 96   Folder 6

3rd meeting, agenda, notes, October 24-25, 1958

Box 97   Folder 1-2

4th meeting, agenda, notes, minutes of 3rd meeting, January 17-20, 1959

Box 97   Folder 3

5th meeting, minutes, agenda, notes, minutes of 4th meeting, May 7-9, 1959

Box 97   Folder 4-7

6th meeting, agenda, minutes, "Summary Report of WESTEX (Western Extraterrestrial Exploration)," October 23-24, 1959

Box 98   Folder 1-3

7th meeting, agenda, minutes, committee reports, March 10-12, 1960

Box 98   Folder 4-5

7th meeting, itinerary, Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) meetings, proposal for long-range space program recommendations, 1960

Box 98   Folder 6

8th meeting, agenda, minutes, correspondence, Committee 8, June 24-27, 1960

Box 99   Folder 1-2

8th meeting, agenda, minutes, correspondence, Committee 8, June 24-27, 1960

Box 99   Folder 3-4

9th meeting, agenda, minutes, correspondence, notes, February 10-11, 1961

Box 99   Folder 5-6

10th meeting, agenda, correspondence, November 12-13, 1961

Box 100   Folder 1

11th meeting, agenda, minutes, October 18, 1962

Box 100   Folder 2-3

12th meeting, agenda, minutes, May 13-14, 1963

Box 100   Folder 4

13th meeting, agenda, December 6-7, 1963

Box 100   Folder 5

14th meeting, agenda, minutes, May 27-28, 1964

Box 100   Folder 6

15th meeting, minutes, September 11-12, 1964

Box 100   Folder 7

16th meeting, agenda, minutes, January 15-16, 1965

Box 100   Folder 8

17th meeting, agenda, minutes, recommendations from 1965 summer study, November 12-13, 1965

Box 100   Folder 9

23rd meeting, agenda, minutes of 22nd meeting, October 22-23, 1967

Box 100   Folder 10

24th meeting, agenda, minutes of 23rd meeting, correspondence, December 11-12, 1967

Box 101   Folder 1-2

Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space, Committee 8, fields and particles, 1st meeting minutes, project proposals, correspondence, 1958-1961

Box 101   Folder 3

Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space, "Preliminary Table of Experiments Proposed for 1959-60 by the Simpson-Van Allen Committee of the Space Science Board," July 10, 1958

Box 101   Folder 4

Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space, expenses, correspondence, 1958-1960

Box 101   Folder 5

Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space, 2nd meeting, agenda, correspondence, March 4-5, 1960

Box 101   Folder 6

Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space, 2nd meeting, notes, correspondence, 1959-1960

Box 101   Folder 7

Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space, correspondence, COSPAR meeting, 1960-1961

Box 101   Folder 8-9

Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space, summary minutes of several meetings, 1965, project proposals, December 13-14, 1965

Box 102   Folder 1-2

Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space, subcommittee meetings, minutes, correspondence on JAS advisorship to Committee 8, 1963-1965

Box 102   Folder 3-5

Committee on Physics of Fields and Particles in Space, project proposals, IMP-D, 1963-1964

Box 102   Folder 6

Ad hoc committee for nuclear emulsions in space, 1958-1959

Box 102   Folder 7

Preprints, telemetry, extraterrestrial life, 1958-1959

Box 102   Folder 8

Expenses, 1958-1961

Box 103   Folder 1-2

"The Engineering Design of Space Experiments," Committee 9, January 15, 1959

Box 103   Folder 3

Report of activities, 1958-1959

Box 103   Folder 4

President's Science Advisory Committee, JAS report, 1959

Box 103   Folder 5

President's Science Advisory Committee, JAS document for presentation to President's Science Advisory Board, November 9, 1959

Box 103   Folder 6

"Science in Space-An Interim Report," chapters I-II, October 1959

Box 103   Folder 7

"Science in Space-An Interim Report," chapters III-IV, October 1959

Box 103   Folder 8

"Science in Space-An Interim Report," chapters V-VI, October 1959

Box 104   Folder 1

"Science in Space-An Interim Report," chapter VII, "Physics and Fields of Elementary Particles in Space," JAS editor, October 1959

Box 104   Folder 2

"Science in Space-An Interim Report," chapter VIII, appendix, October 1959

Box 104   Folder 3

"Science in Space-An Interim Report," drafts, editorial notes, January 1960

Box 104   Folder 4

"Science in Space-An Interim Report," drafts, n.d.

Box 104   Folder 5-6

"Science in Space-An Interim Report," drafts, 1959-1960

Box 104   Folder 7

U.S. aeronautics and space activities, Presidential report to Congress, 1960

Box 104   Folder 8

Man in Space Committee, Committee 16, discussion of radiation problems, July 28, 1961

Box 105   Folder 1

Correspondence, COSPAR, 1961-1964

Box 105   Folder 2-5

Correspondence, SSB reports, 1964-1968

Box 105   Folder 6

Iowa City summer study, "Thinking Document," 1962

Box 106   Folder 1

Iowa City summer study, reports, NASA-university relations, 1962

Box 106   Folder 2-3

Office of Space Science and Applications prospectus, 1965-1980, planning, 1964

Box 106   Folder 4

Woods Hole summer study, reports, correspondence, 1965

Box 106   Folder 5-6

Woods Hole summer study, background documents, 1965

Box 107   Folder 1

Woods Hole summer study, revision of Simpson committee report on NASA-university relations, 1965

Box 107   Folder 2-5

Woods Hole summer study, final reports of working groups on role of man in space, X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy, solar astronomy, optical astronomy, radio and radar astronomy, planetary exploration, 1965

Box 107   Folder 6-7

Ad hoc committee on NASA-university relations, reports, notes, correspondence, 1965

Box 108   Folder 1-2

Ad hoc committee on NASA-university relations, reports, notes, 1965

Box 108   Folder 3

NASA-university relations, Kansas City conference, March 1-3, 1965

Box 108   Folder 4

Ad hoc panel on small planetary probes, briefing of Pioneer Venus swingby mission, reports, NASA authorization for fiscal year 1967 notes correspondence, 1966

Box 108   Folder 5

Woods Hole summer study, agenda, information, 1968

Box 108   Folder 6-8

Woods Hole summer study, agenda, papers for study, 1968

Box 109   Folder 1

Woods Hole summer study, agenda, 1968

Box 109   Folder 2-4

Woods Hole summer study, programmatic reference book, 1968

Box 109   Folder 5

Woods Hole summer study, Space Science and Applications Program document, October 1967

Box 109   Folder 6-7

Long-range documents, International Year of the Quiet Sun, 1965-1968, Woods Hole summer study report, 1968

Box 110   Folder 1-2

Summer study, lunar and planetary exploration, Washington, D.C., 1968

Box 110   Folder 3

NASA-university study, 1968, SSB study on planetary exploration, June 1968, Physics of the Outer Planets study, logistical information, Washington, D.C., 1969

Box 110   Folder 4

NASA-university study, 1968, SSB study on planetary exploration, working papers, 1969

Box 110   Folder 5

Space Task Group report to the President, 1969

Box 110   Folder 6

Correspondence, draft of "Outer Solar System Science," 1969

Box 110   Folder 7

Review of SSB report, 1975

Box 111   Folder 1

SSB policy, correspondence, "A Call for a National Policy of Preeminence in Space Science," drafts, 1986

Box 111   Folder 2

Correspondence on SSB position paper, "A National Call for Preeminence in Space Science," meetings, agendas, implications of shuttle disaster, 1986

Box 111   Folder 3

Policy crises in astronomy and astrophysics, lectures, SSB meeting notes and agendas, correspondence, 1986

Box 111   Folder 4

Space science policy questions, correspondence, SSB member lists and agendas, ca. 1986

Box 111   Folder 5

History of space science, correspondence, meeting and membership papers, 1986

Box 111   Folder 6

SSB position paper, "The Nation's Space Science Program After Challenger," 1986

Box 111   Folder 7-8

SSB position paper, "Space Science in the Twenty-First Century," final draft, 1986

Box 111   Folder 9

"Space Science Presentation to the SSB," space station, October 9, 1986

Box 111   Folder 10

Newspaper articles on space science, 1987

Box 111   Folder 11

Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration, paper drafts, extra-solar planetary material detection, 1987

Subseries 4 Astronomy Missions Board (AMB)

Box 112   Folder 1

Draft of charter for AMB, 1st meeting minutes, October 10, 1967, 2nd meeting minutes, December 1-2, 1967, 3rd meeting minutes, January 17-18, 1968

Box 112   Folder 2

4th meeting, minutes, Greenbelt, MD, February 8-9, 1968, JAS presentation, letter

Box 112   Folder 3

5th meeting, minutes, March 16-17, 1968

Box 112   Folder 4

6th meeting, minutes, April 19-20, 1968, funding report, missions surveys, manned space flight reports

Box 112   Folder 5

7th meeting, minutes, June 7, 1968, astronomy working group report

Box 112   Folder 6

8th meeting, minutes, August 19, 1968

Box 112   Folder 7

9th meeting, minutes, September 13-14, 1968, status reports of panel recommendations

Box 112   Folder 8

10th meeting, minutes, October 10-11, 1968, reports on Astronomy Working Group, optical panel, and Long-Range Program in Solar Space Astronomy

Box 112   Folder 9

11th meeting, minutes, November 24-25, 1968, position paper

Box 113   Folder 1

11th meeting, November 24, 1968, problems in astronomy, letters to Homer Newell, working paper, manned space flight

Box 113   Folder 2

12th meeting, minutes, January 17-18, 1969

Box 113   Folder 3

13th meeting, minutes, February 21-22, 1969

Box 113   Folder 4

14th meeting, minutes, March 21-22, 1969

Box 113   Folder 5

15th meeting, minutes, April 18-19, 1969, fields and particle astronomy program for 1971-1980

Box 113   Folder 6

16th meeting, minutes, May 23, 1969

Box 113   Folder 7

17th joint meeting with Lunar and Planetary Missions Board, minutes, agendas, notes, funding graph, June 20, 1969

Box 113   Folder 8

18th meeting, minutes, September 5-6, 1969, "Space Astronomy at the Crossroads," integrated space program

Box 113   Folder 9

19th meeting, minutes, October 17-18, 1969

Box 113   Folder 10

20th meeting, minutes, November 14-15, 1969, correspondence

Box 113   Folder 11

21st meeting, minutes, January 23, 1970, NASA future plans news conference

Box 113   Folder 12

22nd meeting, March 13-14, 1970 (cancelled)

Box 113   Folder 13

22nd meeting, Santa Cruz, May 14-15, 1970

Box 114   Folder 1

23rd meeting, July 20-21, 1970

Box 114   Folder 2

Panel on Particle Astronomy, planetary exploration priorities, Small Astronomy Satellite Program, excerpts from AMB minutes for fields and particles panel, 1967-1968

Box 114   Folder 3

Preparatory material for Fields and Particles Astronomy Panel, August 1968, JAS talk, reports, notes

Box 114   Folder 4

Chicago panel meeting, August 1968, "Fields and Particle Astronomy, a Program for 1970-1975," drafts, tables

Box 114   Folder 5-6

Panel reports and program memoranda from NASA, lunar exploration, astronomy, space physics, planetary and manned space flight program memoranda, "Review of High-Energy Gamma Ray Astronomy," "Recommended Programs in High Energy Astronomy," space telescopes, September 1968

Box 115   Folder 1

Particles and fields subcommittee meeting, January 13-15, 1969

Box 115   Folder 2

Preparatory file, Pasadena, February 1969

Box 115   Folder 3

Panel report, March 1969, drafts of "Fields and Particle Astronomy-A Program for 1971-1980," March-June 1969

Box 115   Folder 4-5

Position papers on space physics and astronomy, 1969

Box 115   Folder 6

Inter-Board Committee, 1969-1970

Box 116   Folder 1-2

Correspondence, 1967-1970, NASA releases

Box 116   Folder 3-5

Office of Space Science and Applications, three prospectuses describing goals for 1967-1987, June 1967

Box 116   Folder 6

NASA releases, letter from Homer Newell terminating AMB, August 17, 1971

Subseries 5 National Academy of Sciences

Box 117   Folder 1

Correspondence, election to NAS, 1958-1962

Box 117   Folder 2

Correspondence, 1963-1967

Box 117   Folder 3

Correspondence, American Physical Society, National Research Council, 1968-1972

Box 117   Folder 4

Correspondence, NAS March 1973 petition against bombing in Indochina, 1973-1977

Box 117   Folder 5

Office of International Relations Exchange Agreement, August 1959

Box 117   Folder 6

Committee for International Organization in Solar-Terrestrial Sciences, 1965

Box 117   Folder 7

Notice to members, annual report to membership, 1978

Box 117   Folder 8-9

General correspondence, 1979-1980

Box 117   Folder 10

Correspondence, award nominations, space science, 1981

Box 118   Folder 1

NAS survey, 1982

Box 118   Folder 2

General and personal correspondence, 1983

Box 118   Folder 3

Personal correspondence, 1984

Box 118   Folder 4

NAS nominations, correspondence, 1985

Subseries 6 Space Science Working Group (SSWG)

Box 119   Folder 1

NASA major contractor representatives in Washington, D.C. area, October 1, 1981

Box 119   Folder 2

List of participating universities, n.d.

Box 119   Folder 3

Press clippings on space science funding and SSWG, 1981-1982

Box 119   Folder 4

Letters and statements from others regarding budget decisions, space shuttle, SSWG funds, 1981-1982

Box 119   Folder 5

Fund raising for LASR and astrophysics, articles, correspondence, December 1981-January 1982

Box 119   Folder 6

Correspondence for space science funding, draft agendas for January 5th meeting, December 1981-January 1982

Box 119   Folder 7

Meeting of January 5, 1982, agenda, membership list, xeroxed articles, December 1981

Box 119   Folder 8

Meeting of January 5, minutes and planning notes for long document, January 1982

Box 119   Folder 9

Meeting of January 5, minutes, budget analysis for fiscal year 1983, notes, memos, viewgraphs, 1981-1982

Box 119   Folder 10

Correspondence, records, funding, December 1981-1982

Box 119   Folder 11

Correspondence, records, NASA budgets, 1982

Box 119   Folder 12

Address list, January-March 1982

Box 120   Folder 1

Correspondence regarding SSWG contacts, meetings with congressmen, memos, January-March 1982

Box 120   Folder 2

Short statement, introductory statement, budget analysis and statement, January-March 1982

Box 120   Folder 3

SSWG congressional testimony (University of Hawaii), rough draft of statement, JAS theme for long and short documents, February-March 1982

Box 120   Folder 4

SSWG correspondence, congressional statement, 1982

Box 120   Folder 5

Finished memos, rough drafts of statements, February 1982

Box 120   Folder 6

Testimony before congressional committees, February-May 1982

Box 120   Folder 7

Infrared Telescope Facility-University of Hawaii, user list, statement on budget cuts, photographs, brochure, February-March 1982

Box 120   Folder 8

Impact of budget on space science, February-March 1982

Box 120   Folder 9

Planetary programs status, February-March 1982

Box 120   Folder 10

SSWG information, postage, labels, membership lists, February 1982

Box 120   Folder 11

February 9, 1982 meeting, notes, documents, 1982

Box 120   Folder 12

Second meeting of February 23, 1982, agenda, memos, viewgraphs, February 1982

Box 120   Folder 13

SSWG organizational structure as of February 23, 1982

Box 120   Folder 14

Memos, congressional committee membership lists, March 1982

Box 120   Folder 15

S. M. Krimigis House testimony, correspondence, SSWG statements, notes, viewgraphs, materials for SSB presentation, March-April 1982

Box 121   Folder 1

Office of Technology Assessment meeting, May 5, 1982, space research questionnaire, correspondence, March-June 1982

Box 121   Folder 2

SSWG and universities, congressional updates, March 1982-June 1983

Box 121   Folder 3

Meeting with congressional staff, memo from D. Hyatt, April 1982

Box 121   Folder 4

Peter Boyce letter on NASA funding high energy astrophysics at universities, April 1982

Box 121   Folder 5

JAS letter to NASA on funding, NASA notice on earth and planetary exploration, April-October 1982

Box 121   Folder 6

SSWG steering committee, memos, correspondence, addresses, January-August 1982

Box 121   Folder 7

SSWG steering committee, meeting, April 28, 1982

Box 121   Folder 8

SSWG steering committee, mailing, June 1, 1982

Box 121   Folder 9

SSWG steering committee, meeting, July 21, 1982

Box 121   Folder 10

White House fact sheet, July 4, 1982

Box 121   Folder 11

Correspondence, July-October 1982

Box 121   Folder 12

General correspondence, 1982

Box 121   Folder 13

Memos from Gerri Shannon, SSWG statements, 1982

Box 121   Folder 14-15

SSWG correspondence, funding concerns, 1982

Box 122   Folder 1

SSWG correspondence, space science universities, budgets, 1983

Box 122   Folder 2

Meeting, November 23, 1982, notes, memos, correspondence, 1982-1983

Box 122   Folder 3

SSWG meeting notes, 1982

Box 122   Folder 4

University-DoD forum, 1982-1983

Box 122   Folder 5

SSWG general correspondence, memoranda, space science at universities, 1982-1983

Box 122   Folder 6

SSWG general correspondence, memoranda, U.S. Congress, NASA, projects, 1982-1983

Box 122   Folder 7

SSWG statements and testimony presented to U.S. Congress, February 1983

Box 122   Folder 8

List for SSWG of students trained in graduate space science, April 5, 1983

Box 123   Folder 1

Space science funding, NASA, universities, and SSWG, 1983

Box 123   Folder 2

Correspondence, report of NASA-university relations study group, 1983

Box 123   Folder 3

Steering committee meeting minutes, September 20, 1983, correspondence between SSWG members, October-December 1983

Box 123   Folder 4

SSWG correspondence on funding, universities, steering committee, 1983-1984

Box 123   Folder 5

Space science updates, congressional correspondence, memoranda, university projects, 1983-1984

Box 123   Folder 6

SSWG congressional reports and testimony, correspondence, January-March 1984

Box 123   Folder 7

SSWG congressional updates, correspondence, steering committee, 1984

Box 123   Folder 8

SSWG steering committee, NASA papers, 1984

Box 124   Folder 1

SSWG congressional updates, correspondence, steering committee, 1984

Box 124   Folder 2

SSWG congressional updates, meetings, memos, 1987-1989

Box 124   Folder 3

Solar Maximum Observatory Repair Mission, NASA document, n.d.

Subseries 7: Committee on Space Research (COSPAR)

Box 125   Folder 1

3rd meeting of CIG, sponsored by COSPAR, Paris, January 24-27, 1961, correspondence

Box 125   Folder 2

"I. IMP-1 Satellite Measurements of Primary Helium Nuclei," "II. Evidence from IMP-1 for Electron Acceleration in the Shock Transition," with C. Y. Fan and George Gloeckler, contribution to COSPAR meeting, Florence, Italy, May 1964, drafts, papers, correspondence

Box 125   Folder 3

Meetings, reports, SSB reports, memos, 1965-1966

Box 125   Folder 4

"Summary of Measurements with the Cosmic Ray Telescope on Mariner-IV," with J. J. O'Gallagher, for Oran Nick's use on COSPAR paper, COSPAR meeting, May 1966, correspondence

Box 125   Folder 5

LASR 1965 annual report to COSPAR, 1966

Box 125   Folder 6

Meetings, LASR reports, memos and correspondence, 1966-1972

Box 125   Folder 7

SSB report, 1967

Box 125   Folder 8

Materials for LASR report, 1967-1968

Box 125   Folder 9

SSB report, Prague meeting, notes, memos, correspondence, 1968-1969

Box 126   Folder 1-2

SSB reports, 1969-1970

Box 126   Folder 3

International Council of Scientific Unions and COSPAR general conference material, 1966-1969, 12th Plenary meeting, Prague, Czechoslovakia, May 1969, correspondence

Box 126   Folder 4

Philadelphia meeting, LASR report notes, 1975

Box 126   Folder 5

LASR report for 1975, January 13, 1976

Box 126   Folder 6

"Jovian Electron Spectra and Intensities: Their Ten Hour Variation in Interplanetary Space and Within the Jovian Magnetosphere," with David Chenette, Thomas Conlon, and Bruce McKibben, 19th Plenary COSPAR Meeting, Philadelphia, June 8-19, 1976, correspondence, abstract

Subseries 8: Advisory Group on Science Policy (AGOSP)

Box 126   Folder 7

Space Shuttle Advisory Committee, 1972

Box 126   Folder 8

JAS comments on chapter, "How Well Off Is American Science in the 1970's?" August 1975

Box 126   Folder 9

Minutes and summary of 1st AGOSP meeting, articles, JAS comments on "Outlook for Space" interim report, 1975

Box 126   Folder 10

JAS papers, notes, AGOSP memorandum, 1975

Box 126   Folder 1

AGOSP documents memos, meetings, 1975

Box 126   Folder 2

Responses of JAS, John Friedman, and A. H. Flax to "Outlook for Space" report, "National Economic Planning Methods and Problems," space shuttle, 1975-1976

Box 126   Folder 3

U.S. Congress bills on national science and technology policy, 1975-1976

Box 126   Folder 4

Two charters for new science advisory groups, November 1975

Box 126   Folder 5

Report to the science advisor on the outlook for space, March 1976

Box 126   Folder 6

Final version of "Outlook for Space, A Synopsis Report to the NASA Administration by the Outlook for Space Study Group," 1976

Subseries 9: Other

Box 126   Folder 7-8

Adler Planetarium, correspondence, 1978-1979

Box 126   Folder 9

Adler Planetarium, Board of Trustees, meeting minutes, newsletters, events, correspondence, 1980

Box 126   Folder 10

Adler Planetarium, Board of Trustees, memos, meeting dates, correspondence, 1981

Box 126   Folder 11

Adler Planetarium, meeting minutes, memos, correspondence, 1982

Box 126   Folder 12

Adler Planetarium, memos, notes, correspondence, 1983

Box 126   Folder 13

Adler Planetarium, correspondence, memos, 1984

Box 128   Folder 1

Federal Support of Science, Jupiter orbiter probe, space telescope, correspondence, telegrams to appropriations committee, 1974-1977

Box 128   Folder 2

Harvard College Board of Overseers, correspondence, Harvard trip of April 23, 1976, astronomy committee reports, 1971-1976

Box 128   Folder 3

Harvard College Board of Overseers, astronomical observatory report, 1968, Smithsonian observatory report, 1969

Box 128   Folder 4-8

Harvard College Board of Overseers, reports, correspondence, 1970-1974

Box 128   Folder 9

International Academy of Astronautics, correspondence, 1961-1970

Box 128   Folder 10

International Magnetospheric Study, NAS and Office of Management and Budget documents, 1973-1979

Box 128   Folder 11

"Report of the Space Astronomy Panel to the Astronomy Survey Steering Committee," January 28, 1971

Series IV: Lectures and Conferences

Subseries 1: Popular and non-scientific lectures

Box 129   Folder 1

Lectures oh the IGY, education, work in progress, 1953-1958

Box 129   Folder 2

Remarks for Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists dinner honoring Eugene Rabinowitch, October 17, 1956

Box 129   Folder 3

"Cosmic Rays of Solar Origin and Their Propagation in Interplanetary Space," sponsored by UC, October 21, 1957

Box 129   Folder 4

Talk on the IGY for the American Society of Lubrication Engineers, correspondence, November 7, 1957

Box 129   Folder 5

"The Impact of Science upon the Education of Our Youth," May 10, 1958, Milwaukee Public Library, International Reading Association, correspondence

Box 129   Folder 6

"Fields and Energetic Particles in Space," April 16, 1959

Box 129   Folder 7

Presentation for "Hickory Hills University," "Progress and Problems of Science at Mid-Century," Washington, D.C., May 6, 1959, notes for speech at home of Deputy U.S. Attorney General, with Jerry Weisner and Robert Kennedy, ca. 1960

Box 129   Folder 8

"Recent Scientific Advances Using Space Vehicles," UC Citizens Board, April 5, 1960

Box 129   Folder 9

Notes for talk with visiting committee, June 1, 1960

Box 129   Folder 10

"Science and Exploration with Space Vehicles," Banker's Institute seminar, Madison, Wisconsin, August 16, 1960

Box 129   Folder 11

"On Maintaining and Increasing Our Lead in Basic Space Sciences," proposal for colloquium on science and public affairs, summer study, 1959-1962

Box 129   Folder 12

"Scientific Vehicles for Scientific Purposes," UC Tuesday Club, December 13, 1960

Box 129   Folder 13

"On Maintaining and Increasing Our Lead in Basic Space Sciences: I," advisory committee to James Webb, NASA-university relations, correspondence, drafts, working group reports, 1961

Box 129   Folder 14

"Scientific Discoveries in Space," UC Board of Trustees, April 13, 1961, draft

Box 129   Folder 15

"Scientific Discoveries in Space," Saturday Lecture, May 6, 1961

Box 129   Folder 16

"Physical Research and Exploration Using Space Vehicles," October 23, 1961, notes

Box 129   Folder 17

U.S. Information Agency speeches recorded for Voice of America, "Energetic Particles and Magnetic Fields in the Space around Us," "The Interplanetary Medium," drafts, correspondence, November 1961

Box 129   Folder 18

"Extraterrestrial Life and Intelligence: Speculation," February 14, 1962, outline

Box 129   Folder 19

"Impact of Science on Public Affairs," UC Baptist Graduate Student Center seminar, April 15, 1962, notes

Box 129   Folder 20

"The Future for Scientific Research in Space," Lake Forest Academy, May 14, 1962

Box 129   Folder 21

"Remarks on Growth of Science and Technology in the Industries of the Midwest," November 1962, correspondence, draft

Box 129   Folder 22

LASR ground breaking talk, May 1, 1963, draft, correspondence

Box 129   Folder 23

"Remarks on Experimentation in Space," July 22, 1963, drafts

Box 129   Folder 24

"Science and Public Affairs," American Association of University Women, March 11, 1964

Box 129   Folder 25

"Physics in the Macrocosm," seminar on new frontiers of knowledge, UC Center for Continuing Education, November 20, 1964

Box 129   Folder 26

Talk for Reed College Alumni Association, May 22, 1965

Box 129   Folder 27

Remarks at luncheon for Chicago Industry and Space, August 11, 1965, correspondence, draft

Box 129   Folder 28

Off the Cuff, "Dialogue on the Midway," WBKB-TV, channel 7, with Fairfax Cone, George Beadle, Gaylord Donnelley, Wayne Booth, Leon Jacobson, Norman Ross, October 1965, transcript

Box 129   Folder 29

"Undergraduates and the Scientific Enterprise," "The Knowledge Most Worth Having," Liberal Arts Conference, correspondence, drafts, 1966

Box 129   Folder 30

"Recent Satellite Results Bearing on the Origins of Cosmic Rays," popular version, 1966

Box 130   Folder 1

Talk to UC Board of Trustees, September 8, 1966, notes

Box 130   Folder 2

Impact of society on science, JAS U.S. Senate testimony, articles, notes, 1968-1969

Box 130   Folder 3

"Remarks for Talk Following Apollo-8 Film," UC Law School, May 22, 1969

Box 130   Folder 4

LASR research talk for students, November 23, 1970, notes

Box 130   Folder 5

"Dismantling the Scientific Enterprise," notes, March 15, 1971, Stewart Udall's statement to American Association for the Advancement of Science, December 1970

Box 130   Folder 6

"Science and the Human Condition," talk for UC Phi Beta Kappa initiates, June 10, 1971, notes, draft

Box 130   Folder 7

"Physics and Science in 1971-The Loss of Federal Support," material for talks in March and June 1971, and January 1978, 1945-1977

Box 130   Folder 8

Science trends and policy, articles, correspondence, material for talks in March and June 1971, and January 1978, 1969-1975

Box 130   Folder 9

Popular papers on astrophysics, 1971-1975

Box 130   Folder 10

Popular lectures and slides on astrophysics, Voyager photographs, ca. 1973

Box 130   Folder 11

"More Than You May Want to Know about Cosmic Rays," general paper on cosmic rays for press, 1975

Box 130   Folder 12

High energy astrophysics, popular illustrations, slides, Pioneer 10 and 11, n.d.

Box 130   Folder 13

Talk for Adler Planetarium, May 23, 1976, notes, NASA large space telescope brochures

Box 130   Folder 14

Spacelab and space shuttle, slides, n.d.

Box 130   Folder 15

"Proposal for Conference on Research and Development in the United States: The Institutional Base, University of Chicago, Spring 1976," July 18, 1975, letter explaining why the conference cannot be held, June 30, 1976

Box 130   Folder 16

"1967-1977, Decade of Decline in Support of Science Research and Development," "The Groupe," January 23, 1978, notes

Box 130   Folder 17

"Cosmic Rays; Nuclear Messengers from Our Galaxy," Innominates Club, March 14, 1978

Box 130   Folder 18

Christmas lecture for Illinois Science Lecture Association, December 5, 1980, solar energy materials, 1979-1980

Box 130   Folder 19

Talk for high school teachers about undergraduate research at UC, drafts, viewgraphs, n.d.

Box 130   Folder 20

Yale/NASA Conference on the History of Space Activity, February 5-7, 1981, itinerary, notes

Box 130   Folder 21

"Reminiscences of Solar Flares and the Chicago Years of Reimar Lüst," with Peter Meyer, article for European Space Agency Journal in honor of Reimar Lüst's 60th birthday, correspondence, drafts, photos, 1983

Box 130   Folder 22

"To Explore and Discover," Ryerson Lecture, April 16, 1986, guest lists, figures, correspondence, drafts

Subseries 2: Scientific lectures and conferences, general

Box 131   Folder 1

Reed College, Northwest Conference on Nuclear Science, June 28-July 16, 1948, correspondence, lecture notes

Box 131   Folder 2

Conference on thermonuclear reactions, Denver, Colorado, June 28, 1952, classified information, receipts

Box 131   Folder 3

Cosmic ray congress, notes on speakers, Bagneres-de-Bigorre, Office of Naval Research report, comments by Bruno Rossi, 1953

Box 131   Folder 4

Cosmic ray conference, "Primary Intensity-Time Variations," Duke University, December 2, 1953, abstracts, correspondence, drafts

Box 131   Folder 5

Harvard-Gerson Solar-Terrestrial Conference, April 5-6, 1954, notes, data tables, correspondence

Box 131   Folder 6

Talk at Indiana University, Bloomington, November 19, 1954, correspondence

Box 131   Folder 7

Talk for National Research Council, Washington, D.C., February 20, 1955, abstract, correspondence, expenses

Box 131   Folder 8

Expenses for and telegrams regarding visit to Cambridge Geophysics Research Center and work with A. G. Fenton aboard Atka Icebreaker, April 14, 1955

Box 131   Folder 9

Cosmic ray conference, Washington, D.C. and College Park, Maryland, expenses, April 24-27, 1955, correspondence, notes

Box 131   Folder 10

Maryland conference of April 25-26, 1955, Hulbert Observatory, IGY trip, notes and comments from scientific conferences

Box 131   Folder 11

Cosmic ray conference, University of Iowa, Iowa City, June 16-18, 1955, expenses

Box 131   Folder 12

International Astronomical Union meeting, Dublin, August 1955, correspondence

Box 131   Folder 13

"On the Changes in the Low Energy Cutoff and the Primary Spectrum of Cosmic Radiation," with Peter Meyer, International Conference on Cosmic Rays, Guanajuato, Mexico, September 1955

Box 131   Folder 14

"Non-Periodic Intensity Variations and Their Origins," International Conference on Cosmic Rays, Guanajuato, Mexico, draft, 1955

Box 131   Folder 15

"Solar Production and Modulation of Cosmic Rays and Their Propagation through Interplanetary Space," Symposium on Electromagnetic Phenomena in Cosmical Physics, Stockholm, Sweden, August 31, 1956, correspondence, notes, draft

Box 131   Folder 16

"Cosmic Radiation and Geomagnetism," IGY talk at the Hayden Planetarium of the American Museum, New York, symposium on earth, air and space, expenses, September 12, 1957, correspondence

Box 131   Folder 17

JAS travel expenses, correspondence, 1956-1958

Box 131   Folder 18

Confidential memoranda A-E regarding visits to Japan, China, radioactive fallout, cosmic ray research, discussions with Japanese Commissioner of Atomic Energy, 1957

Box 131   Folder 19

"International Geophysical Year Programs in Cosmic Rays and Geomagnetism," JAS congressional committee statement, correspondence, June 1958

Box 131   Folder 20

NASA meeting regarding space competence of universities, Washington, D.C., July 17, 1961, correspondence, draft of JAS statement

Box 131   Folder 21

Gordon Research Conference on Chemistry and Physics of Space, Tilton, New Hampshire, July 1-5, 1963, notes, agenda

Box 131   Folder 22

NASA-university relations talk, Kansas City, March 3, 1965, summary and final reports on NASA-university relations, November 1965, "Proposal to NASA for Continuation of NASA Predoctoral Research Training Grants," correspondence, drafts, itinerary

Box 131   Folder 23

Introduction of S. Chandrasekhar for Monday Lecture, publication list, notes, 1965

Box 132   Folder 1

"Interplanetary Missions," Ad Hoc Panel on Small Planetary Probes, July 1, 1966, draft

Box 132   Folder 2

"Satellite Experiments on the Origin of Cosmic Rays and Solar Particle Radiation," Thirteenth Nuclear Science Symposium, Boston, October 19, 1966, notes

Box 132   Folder 3

Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, correspondence, January 1967

Box 132   Folder 4

Conference on the Chemical Composition of Cosmic Rays, Institution of Theoretical Astronomy, University of Cambridge, England, July 16-19, 1968, correspondence

Box 132   Folder 5

"Relativistic Electrons Contained within the Neutral Sheet of the Magnetospheric Tail," International Symposium on Physics of the Magnetosphere, U.S. National Academy of Science and GSFC, abstract, correspondence, September 1968

Box 132   Folder 6

American Astronomical Society, minutes of Huntsville Solar Physics Division meeting of November 18, 1970, by-laws, memos, 1970-1971

Box 132   Folder 7

"Solar Flare Accelerated Isotopes of Hydrogen and Helium," symposium on high energy phenomena on the sun, GSFC, drafts, figures, September 1972

Box 132   Folder 8

"Composition and Energy Spectra of the Sources of Galactic Cosmic Rays," general colloquium, Berkeley, November 15, 1972, notes, papers, 1972-1973

Box 132   Folder 9

Talk for general colloquium, solar flare acceleration mechanisms, notes and table for a comparison of hypotheses, Berkeley, November 21, 1972

Box 132   Folder 10

"High Energy Particles in Astrophysics," viewgraphs, notes, ca. 1972

Box 132   Folder 11

Viewgraphs of notes and calculations on particle acceleration, ca. 1972

Box 132   Folder 12

Conferences, Berkeley, November 1972, Louisiana State University, March 1973, Cambridge, England, July 1974, list of assumptions for source calculations, notes, 1972-1974

Box 132   Folder 13

"Isotopic and Chemical Composition of the Cosmic Radiation," talk for Argonne National Laboratory, November 15, 1973, figures, information, draft

Box 132   Folder 14

Conference honoring Dr. Manuel Vallarta on his 75th Birthday, Mexico City, correspondence on monitor station, February 1974

Box 132   Folder 15

Third Solar Wind Conference, Asilomar, Pacific Grove, California, March 1974, correspondence, conference information, itinerary

Box 132   Folder 16

Third Solar Wind Conference, Asilomar, Pacific Grove, California, March 1974, "Detection of Jovian High Energy Electrons in Interplanetary Space...," drafts, 1974

Box 132   Folder 17

"Electrons and Protons Accelerated in the Jovian Magnetosphere," talk for the Royal Astronomical Society, London, May 24, 1974, notes and figures

Box 132   Folder 18

"Composition of Galactic Cosmic Rays and Solar Flare Nuclei," conference on origin and acceleration of cosmic rays, NATO conference, Cambridge, England, July 1974, program, notes, viewgraphs

Box 132   Folder 19

"The Isotopic Composition of Low Energy Nitrogen Galactic Cosmic Rays," with Moises Garcia-Munoz and Glenn M. Mason, Symposium on Isotopic Composition of Solar and Galactic Cosmic Rays, University of New Hampshire, October 1974, abstract

Box 132   Folder 20

"Characteristics of Jovian Trapped Electrons and Protons for R, 20R and Their Interaction with Io," "On the Distortion of the Jovian Magnetic Field for R>40R as Deduced from Charged Particle Studies," "Observations in Interplanetary Space of Relativistic Electrons from Jupiter," Neil Brice Symposium, Italy, 1974, correspondence regarding publication of symposium proceedings

Box 132   Folder 21

"Production Mechanisms for Solar Flare Helium-3," invited paper, VII Leningrad International Seminar on Solar Particle Fluxes and Radiation Belts of the Earth and Jupiter, May 25-28, 1975, abstract, draft

Box 133   Folder 1

"Solar Flare Cosmic Rays," draft, notes, "Cosmic Radiation Phenomena of Solar Origin," December 5, 1975

Box 133   Folder 2

American Astronomical Society, 147th meeting, Chicago, December 8-10, 1975, four papers submitted by JAS and group, abstracts, information, correspondence

Box 133   Folder 3

Viewgraphs, index, figures on elemental and isotopic composition, Pioneer 10, ca. 1975

Box 133   Folder 4

"The Abundance of Beryllium-10 and the Lifetime of Cosmic Rays," with Moises Garcia-Munoz and Glenn M. Mason, Fifth European Cosmic Ray Symposium, Leeds, England, September 14-17, 1976, abstract

Box 133   Folder 5

"The Abundance of Beryllium-10 and the Lifetime of Cosmic Rays," draft, September 10, 1976

Box 133   Folder 6

"The Abundance of Beryllium-10 and the Lifetime of Cosmic Rays," concluding lecture on future cosmic ray work, slides, papers, notes, 1976

Box 133   Folder 7

"The Interplanetary Acceleration of Nucleons and Modulation of Jovian Electrons between 1 and 10 AU by Corotating Regions of Solar Origin," International Seminar on the Active Sun and the Solar Neutrino Problem, Leningrad, USSR, September 22-26, 1976, opening statement, draft, figures, notes

Box 133   Folder 8

Talk comparing the magnetospheres of four planets, viewgraphs, notes, 1979

Box 133   Folder 9

Talk comparing the magnetospheres of four planets, Edinburgh talk, slides, viewgraphs, notes, correspondence, 1981

Box 133   Folder 10

X. Mpae Lindau Workshop on the Origin of Galactic Cosmic Rays, April 21-23, 1982, shock accelerations of particles, participant list, handwritten papers

Box 134   Folder 1

Summer school, Erice, Sicily, 1982, correspondence, 1981-1982

Box 134   Folder 2

"Acceleration of Matter in the Universe," Belgium talk, reprints, 1983

Box 134   Folder 3

"Acceleration of Matter in the Universe," Belgium talk, drawings, figures, reprints, 1983

Box 134   Folder 4-5

Workshop on Cosmic Ray Modulation, Boulder, Colorado, October 1983, paper, data, agenda, correspondence, 1983-1984

Subseries 3: American Geophysical Union (AGU) meetings

Box 134   Folder 6

Space symposium, Rochester, New York, 1960, publication by Macmillan, correspondence

Box 134   Folder 7

"Cosmic Ray Helium Spectrum below 100 MeV/Nucleon Measured on the Explorer 18 (IMP-1) Satellite," with C. Y. Fan and George Gloeckler, Western Meeting, University of Washington, Seattle, December 28-30, 1964, correspondence, abstract

Box 134   Folder 8

"Preliminary Results from the Cosmic Ray Telescope in Pioneer-IV," with C. Y. Fan, James E. Lamport and David Smith, Washington, April 1966, draft, figures

Box 134   Folder 9

Annual meeting, April 1967, abstract

Box 134   Folder 10

"Bursts of Energetic Electrons in the Plasma and Neutral Sheets of the Geomagnetic Tail during the Period 1964-1968," with Ramanath Cowsik, Janet Mather, D. H. Fairfield, Norman Ness and James D. Sullivan, San Francisco talk, draft, abstract, correspondence, 1970

Box 134   Folder 11

"The Integral and Differential Cosmic Ray Intensity Gradient from 1 to 2.4 AU," with J. J. O'Gallagher, Bruce McKibben, Anthony J. Tuzzolino, San Francisco, 1972, abstracts

Box 134   Folder 12

"Protons and Electrons Accelerated in Jupiter's Magnetic Field-A Preliminary Report on Results from the University of Chicago Experiment on Pioneer 10," December 1973, abstract, correspondence

Box 134   Folder 13

"Protons and Electrons Accelerated in Jupiter's Magnetic Field-A Preliminary Report on Results from the University of Chicago Experiment on Pioneer 10," and "Electrons and Protons Accelerated in Magnetic Fields at Mercury," papers for AGU meeting, April 11, 1974, draft, abstract, correspondence, figures

Box 135   Folder 1

Jupiter encounter studies, talk at Frascati, Italy, May 30, 1974, slides, notes, 1974 and 1980-1981

Box 135   Folder 2

"Jupiter Revisited: First Results from the University of Chicago Charged Particle Experiment on Pioneer 10," invited talk, San Francisco, December 16, 1974, notes, slides

Box 135   Folder 3

"Correlation of Jovian Electron Bursts with the Interplanetary Magnetic Field," with David L. Chenette, Thomas F. Conlon, E. J. Smith and B. T. Tsurutani, meeting, June 1975, abstracts

Box 135   Folder 4

Meeting of April 12-16, 1976, six papers coauthored with JAS, correspondence, abstracts

Box 135   Folder 5

Meeting of April 12-16, post-deadline papers, April 1976

Box 135   Folder 6

"Jovian Electron Propagation in The Solar System," May 31-June 3, 1977 meeting, abstract, press release, correspondence

Box 135   Folder 7

"Impulsive Acceleration of Charged Particles in the Magnetospheres of Mercury, Earth, and Jupiter," with S. P. Christon, Seattle, August 22-September 3, 1977, abstract, correspondence

Subseries 4: American Physical Society CAPS) meetings

Box 135   Folder 8

APS and NASA Symposium on Problems in Space Exploration, April 29, 1959, correspondence, itinerary

Box 135   Folder 9

APS meeting, November 1960, abstract, correspondence, itinerary

Box 135   Folder 10

The Interplanetary Propagation of Solar Flare Particles Simultaneously Observed by Earth Satellites and Mariner IV Space Probe," with J. J. O'Gallagher, April 1966

Box 135   Folder 11

LASR distribution of paper abstracts from APS and AGU meetings, April 25-28, 1966, drafts, correspondence

Box 135   Folder 12

"Galactic Deuterium and Its Energy Spectrum above 20 MeV per Nucleon," with George Gloeckler and C. Y. Fan, Mexico City, August 1966, abstracts

Box 135   Folder 13

"Relative Abundances of C, N, O, F and Ne," with George Gloeckler and C. Y. Fan, Washington, D.C., April 1967, abstract, draft

Box 135   Folder 14

"The Spectra of Low Energy Galactic He through Ne Nuclei 10 MeV/Nucleon from the IMP-4," with Moises Garcia-Munoz, Miami, November 25-27, 1968, abstract

Box 135   Folder 15

Division of Cosmic Physics (JAS as chairman), APS, meeting minutes, member lists, notes, correspondence, 1970-1971

Box 136   Folder 1

"Production and Propagation of Low-Energy Cosmic-Ray H2 and He3," with George Comstock and K. C. Hsieh, April 1970, draft, abstract, correspondence, "Interstellar Propagation and Solar Modulation of Nuclei 2(Z(8 in the Energy Range 10 to 103 MeV/Nucleon in 1969-1970," with Glenn M. Mason

Box 136   Folder 2-3

"Galactic Sources and Propagation of Cosmic Rays," "Non-Technical Summary," New York, February 1971, correspondence, figures

Box 136   Folder 4

"Local Interstellar and Source Spectra of Cosmic Ray H and He Deduced from Their Isotopes," with K. C. Hsieh and George Comstock, "Solar Modulation of Low Energy Nuclei 1<Z<16," with Moises Garcia-Munoz, April 26-29, 1971, abstracts

Box 136   Folder 5

"Enrichment of Very Heavy Nuclei Accelerated in Solar Flares," with Antonio Mogro-Campero, "The Source Abundances of He to Fe in the Galactic Cosmic Radiation Deduced from Abundances Observed on the IMP Satellites," with Brian Cartwright and Moises Garcia-Munoz, San Juan, Puerto Rico, December 1-4,1971, abstracts

Box 136   Folder 6

San Juan paper on discovery of preferential enhancement, draft, n.d.

Box 136   Folder 7

"Source Composition of the Galactic Cosmic Radiation from Helium through Folder Iron," April 26,1972, drafts, notes, information, figures

Box 136   Folder 8

"Solar Modulation of Differential Energy Spectra of Protons and Helium, 1965-1971," with Moises Garcia-Munoz and Glenn M. Mason, Washington, D.C., April 1972, abstract

Box 136   Folder 9

"New Aspects of the Solar Modulation Process Revealed by the `72 Low Energy Proton and Helium Spectra," with Moises Garcia-Munoz and Glenn M. Mason, April 1973, correspondence, abstract

Box 136   Folder 10

"The Abundances of D and He in the Galactic Cosmic Rays," with Dave Anglin and Randel E. Zamow, February 4-7,1974, abstract

Box 136   Folder 11

"The Abundances of D and He in the Galactic Cosmic Rays," cosmic ray composition lectures, slides, papers, 1974-1975

Box 136   Folder 12

"Solar Modulation of Low Energy Galactic Cosmic Ray H1, H2, He3, and He4 in 1973," with Glenn Mason and Moises Garcia-Munoz, "Solar Flare2 H, 3H, and 3He" with Dave Anglin and Randel E. Zamow, April 22-25,1974, abstracts

Box 136   Folder 13

Abstracts for APS, AGU and Munich International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) conferences, JAS and Peter Meyer, March 1975

Box 136   Folder 14

"The Relative Abundances of Galactic Cosmic Ray Be7, Be9, and Be10," "The Low Energy Cosmic Ray H2 and He3 Spectra and the Anomalous He4 Component," with Glenn M. Mason and Moises Garcia-Munoz, Washington, D.C., April 28-May 1,1975, drafts, abstracts

Box 136   Folder 15

"On the Appearance of Quiet Time Cosmic Ray H and He Fluxes in Excess of 1965 Solar Minimum Observations," with Glenn M. Mason and Moises Garcia-Munoz, April 26-29, 1976, abstracts submitted by JAS and Peter Meyer group, draft, correspondence

Box 136   Folder 16

"Isotopic Studies of the Cosmic Ray Lifetime," invited paper for the APS Washington conference, April 28,1976

Box 136   Folder 17

"The Distribution of Relativistic Jovian Electrons in the Interplanetary Medium from 1 to 11 AU: Evidence Against an Extended Electron Emitting Region," with K. Roger Pyle, "Observations at Earth of Jovian Electrons Over the 13 Month Synodic Jovian Year; Implications for Models of Jovian Electron Propagation," with David L. Chenette and Thomas F. Conlon, Tucson, January 12-15, 1977, drafts, correspondence, abstract, 1976-1977

Box 136   Folder 18

APS annual meeting, Chicago, February 7-10,1977, correspondence

Box 136   Folder 19

Abstracts for APS, AGU and Plovdiv IUPAP meetings for JAS, Peter Meyer, David Schramm, W. David Arnett and Dietrich Múller groups, March 1977

Box 136   Folder 20

Six abstracts for papers delivered by JAS and group, Washington, D.C., April 25-28,1977, correspondence

Box 136   Folder 21

Six abstracts for papers delivered by JAS and group, notes, Dave Anglin program

Box 136   Folder 22

"Experiments to Determine the Age and Source Composition of Galactic Cosmic Rays," "Cosmic Rays; Nuclear Messengers from the Galaxy," February 1974, slides, notes, viewgraphs, 1979

Box 136   Folder 23

Abstracts for APS meeting, Baltimore, April 18-21, 1983, 1982-1983

Subseries 5: Midwest conferences on cosmic rays

Box 137   Folder 1

1955 meeting, notes

Box 137   Folder 2

UC, Windermere Hotel, April 10-11, 1959, correspondence, program, menu, 1959

Box 137   Folder 3

Talk for University of Minnesota, October 12, 1962, notes

Box 137   Folder 4

University of Denver, April 3-4, 1964, notes, list of participants, program

Box 137   Folder 5

UC Center for Continuing Education, January 22-23, 1965, Eugene Parker correspondence, program, notes, 1964-1965

Box 137   Folder 6

University of Iowa, Iowa City, March 2, 1968, student abstracts, correspondence

Box 137   Folder 7

"Fields and Particle Astronomy-A Program for 1970-1975," AMB, Louisiana State University, March 1969, abstracts, draft

Subseries 6: International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) meetings

Box 137   Folder 8

"Solar Flare Cosmic Rays and Their Propagation," "Further Experiments Concerning the Geomagnetic Field Effective for Cosmic Rays," with Ludwig Katz and Peter Meyer, Varenna, Italy, June 1957, correspondence, notes, drafts, program, 1957-1958

Box 137   Folder 9

Conferences in Kyoto, Washington, D.C., Basle, Calgary, correspondence, Subcommission on Cosmic Ray Intensity Variations, Commission on Cosmic Rays report to IUPAP, membership invitation, 1960-1967

Box 137   Folder 10

Conference on cosmic rays and earth storms, Kyoto, Japan, September 4-15, 1961, correspondence with Satio Hayakawa and Yataro Sekido

Box 137   Folder 11

"Dynamics of the Outer Radiation Belt," with C. Y. Fan and Peter Meyer, Kyoto, Japan, September 1961, drafts, correspondence

Box 137   Folder 12

Remarks on talks Prime Minister Nehru and Professor Powell, Ragathan University, Jaipur, India, December 1963, notes, correspondence, 1963-1964

Box 137   Folder 13

9th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, London, September 1965, program, member lists, Cosmic Ray Commission of the IUPAP (JAS chairman), correspondence, procedure for publication of conference proceedings, 1964-1966

Box 137   Folder 14

9th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, "Acceleration of Particles in the Earth's Shock Transition Region and Beyond," "Solar Modulation of the Galactic Helium Spectrum," with C. Y. Fan and George Gloeckler, "Abundances and Energy Spectra for Nuclei of Galactic Origin above 20 MeV per Nucleon," with George Comstock and C. Y. Fan, opening and closing remarks, correspondence

Box 138   Folder 1-2

"Report to the IUPAP," notes on the opening of the 10th International Conference of Cosmic Rays, International Commission on Cosmic Radiation (JAS president, 1963-1966), correspondence, notebook, 1963-1967

Box 138   Folder 3

"Differential Energy Spectra of 1-20 MeV/Nucleon Protons and Helium Nuclei in Interplanetary Space," with C. Y. Fan, George Gloeckler and Bruce McKibben, "Implications of the Cosmic Ray Radial Intensity Gradients," by J. J. O'Gallagher, "Energy Spectra and Abundances of Galactic Cosmic Rays with Energies below 200 MeV/Nucleon in Charge Range 3<Z<10," with C. Y. Fan and George Gloeckler, 10th International Conference of Cosmic Rays, Calgary, June 1967, abstracts, drafts

Box 138   Folder 4

International Conference of Cosmic Rays (JAS chairman), Calgary, June 1967, planning, correspondence, literature, 1965-1967

Box 138   Folder 5

"Galactic Abundances and Spectra of Cosmic Rays Measured on the IMP-4 Satellite; I and II," with Moises Garcia-Munoz, 11th International Conference of Cosmic Rays, Budapest, August 25-September 5,1969, papers, drafts, correspondence, 1969-1971

Box 138   Folder 6

"Figures for Galactic Abundances and Spectra of Cosmic Rays Measurements on IMP 4-1, II," with Moises Garcia-Munoz, 11th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, Budapest, 1969

Box 138   Folder 7

"Galactic Sources and the Propagation of Cosmic Rays," IUPAP 12th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, August 1971, Rapporteur paper, drafts, correspondence, notes, 1971-1972

Box 139   Folder 1

13th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, August 1973, Denver, six papers delivered by JAS and group, abstracts, correspondence, member lists

Box 139   Folder 2

14th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, Munich, August 15-31, 1975, five papers delivered by JAS and group, papers, conference literature, correspondence, abstracts

Box 139   Folder 3

14th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, complete set of abstracts and contributed papers, correspondence

Box 139   Folder 4

14th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, conferences, lectures, Asilomar, Pacific Grove, California, March 1974, AGU, 1976 Mariner 10, notes, 1974-1976

Box 139   Folder 5

15th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, August 13-26, 1977, abstracts, drafts

Box 139   Folder 6-7

16th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, Kyoto, 1979, AGU, San Francisco, December 8, 1980, Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, slides, viewgraphs, notes

Box 139   Folder 8

16th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, slides, papers, notes, Ap J referee reporting, 1979

Box 139   Folder 9

17th International Conference on Cosmic Rays, Paris, July 13-25, 1981, information, circular

Series V: Writings

Subseries 1: Final publications (1940-1987)

Box 140   Folder 1

Lists of scientific publications, non-scientific publications, and patents, 1940-1990

Box 140   Folder 2-6

Scientific publications, 1940-1963

Box 140   Folder 7

Scientific publications, Annals of the International Geophysical Year, volume 26, 1963

Box 141   Folder 1-2

Scientific publications, Annals of the International Geophysical Year, volumes 27-28, 1964

Box 141   Folder 3

Scientific publications, 1964-1966

Box 142   Folder 8

Scientific publications, 1966-1983

Box 143   Folder 1-3

Scientific publications, 1983-1987

Box 143   Folder 4-6

Non-scientific publications, 1945-1987

Subseries 2: Scientific papers

Box 144   Folder 1

Lists of publications and papers, notes, 1943-1947

Box 144   Folder 2

Lists of publications and papers, 1948-1960

Box 144   Folder 3

Lists of publications and papers, C. Y. Fan, Peter Meyer, Moises Garcia-Munoz, Peter Noerdlinger, 1950-1965

Box 144   Folder 4

Department of Physics publication lists, 1963-1972

Box 144   Folder 5

Department of Physics publication lists, memos, drafts, 1948-1973

Box 144   Folder 6

Articles annotated by JAS, Physical Review, 1936, 1976

Box 144   Folder 7

Articles annotated by JAS, Review of Modern Physics, 1937, 1948

Box 144   Folder 8

Articles annotated by JAS, Review of Scientific Instruments, 1947-1960

Box 144   Folder 9

Articles annotated by JAS, Journal of Geophysical Research (JGR), 1959-1969

Box 144   Folder 10

Articles annotated by JAS, Astrophysical Journal (ApJ), 1968-1976

Box 144   Folder 11

Articles, ca. 1952-1957

Box 144   Folder 12

"Comments on the Effects of Cosmic Rays on Personnel and Materials at High Altitudes," notes, n.d.

Box 144   Folder 13

Papers in progress, "Cosmic Radiation Intensity Time Variations and Their Origin," "The Association of a `Unipolar' Magnetic Region on the Sun with Changes of Primary Cosmic Ray Intensity," preprints, 1953

Box 145   Folder 1

Babcock solar magnetic regions and neutron intensity, unipolar magnetic region problem, correspondence, graphs and figures, 1953-1955

Box 145   Folder 2

New geomagnetic coordinates, evidence and papers, C. J. Waddington, correspondence, notes, 1955-1956

Box 145   Folder 3-4

"On Deriving Geomagnetic Dipole Field Coordinates from Cosmic Ray Observations," reprints on Antarctic measurements, data, calculations, notes, 1955-1956

Box 145   Folder 5

"Evidence for and Consequences of High Density Ionized Matter in Interplanetary Space," "The New Measurements to Determine the Geomagnetic Equator for Cosmic Rays," drafts, materials on interplanetary fields, correspondence, 1955-1957

Box 145   Folder 6

Article for Scientific American, drafts, correspondence, notes, other talks, 1956-1958

Box 145   Folder 7

"Cosmic Radiation Phenomena of Solar Origin," Handbuch der Physik, outline, correspondence, 1956-1958

Box 145   Folder 8

Possible sources for the publication of a book on cosmic rays, correspondence, January-April 1959

Box 146   Folder 1

Correspondence relating to the publication of several manuscripts, 1960-1966

Box 146   Folder 2

Reprints, references, 1960-1963

Box 146   Folder 3

"The Space Around Us," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, draft, 1961

Box 146   Folder 4

"Abundances and Energy Spectra of the Galactic Cosmic Ray Nuclei C, N, O, Ne, Mg and Si from 30 to 300 Me V per Nucleon," with George Comstock and C. Y. Fan, Physical Review Letters, correspondence, drafts, 1965

Box 146   Folder 5

"Abundances and Energy Spectra of Galactic Cosmic Ray Nuclei above 20 MeV per Nucleon ...," with George Comstock and C. Y. Fan, Ap J, correspondence, draft, 1966

Box 146   Folder 6

"The Heliocentric Intensity Gradients of Cosmic Ray Protons and Helium during Minimum Solar Modulation," with J. J. O'Gallagher, drafts, 1966

Box 146   Folder 7

"Dimension of the Cosmic Ray Modulation Region," with James R. Wang, Ap J, drafts, June 1967

Box 146   Folder 8

"Protons Associated with Centers of Solar Activity and Their Propagation in Interplanetary Magnetic Field Regions Corotating with the Sun," with C. Y. Fan, Monique Pick, Roger Pyle, and D. R. Smith, JGR, 1967, drafts, correspondence

Box 146   Folder 9

"A Search for Alpha Particles Trapped in the Geomagnetic Field," by A. G. Fenton, JGR, referee reports, drafts, correspondence, 1967

Box 147   Folder 1

"Differential Energy Spectra and Intensity Variation of 1-20 MeV/Nucleon Protons and Helium Nuclei in Interplanetary Space (1964-1966)," drafts, 1967

Box 147   Folder 2

"Electrons within the Neutral Sheet of the Magnetospheric Tail," with Takashi Murayama, JGR, drafts, correspondence, 1967

Box 147   Folder 3

"Measurement of Primary and Albedo Cosmic Rays on a Polar Orbiting Satellite," by Takashi Murayama (submitted by JAS), Planetary and Space Science, galleys, correspondence, drafts, 1967

Box 147   Folder 4-5

"Energy Spectra and Abundances of Low Energy Galactic Cosmic Ray Nuclei from the IMP-3 Satellite Experiment," figures, notes, drafts, correspondence, 1968

Box 147   Folder 6

Alpha spectra for solar paper, Antonio Mogro-Campero figures, 1968-1970

Box 147   Folder 7

"Energy Spectra and Abundances of the Cosmic Ray Nuclei He to Fe from the OGO-I Satellite Experiment," correspondence, referee reports, 1968

Box 147   Folder 8

"The Isotopic Abundances and Energy Spectra of H2, He3 and He4 of Cosmic Ray Origin in the Energy Region of ~ 10-100 MeV/Nucleon," Ap J, correspondence, draft, 1969-1970

Box 147   Folder 9

"Relativistic Electrons Confined within the Neutral Sheet of the Geomagnetic Tail," referee reports, correspondence, draft, 1969

Box 147   Folder 10

"The Role of Cosmic Ray Research in the Advancement of Science," correspondence with William Fowler, February-March 1969

Box 147   Folder 11

"The Eleven-Year and Residual Solar Modulation of Cosmic Rays (1952-1969)," Ap J, correspondence, 1969-1970

Box 147   Folder 12

"Solar Flare Energy Spectrum and the Decrease of Slope below 5 Me V/N," notes, figures, draft, 1970

Box 148   Folder 1

"Galactic 3He above 10 MeV per Nucleon and the Solar Contributions of Hydrogen and Helium," draft, galleys, June-July 1970

Box 148   Folder 2

draft, ApJ, correspondence, 1970

Box 148   Folder 3

"Solar Activity Associated with Protons in Corotating Regions, 1965-1968," supporting materials, 1970

Box 148   Folder 4

"High Energy Electrons beyond the Dayside of the Shock and Magnetosheet," correspondence with Takashi Murayama, drafts, 1969-1970

Box 148   Folder 5

"A New Method for the Detection of High Energy Protons in Radiation Belts and Its Application to the Jovian Radiation," memos and notes on fission detector, outline, 1970

Box 148   Folder 6

"The Relative Abundances and Energy Spectra of He3 and He4 from Solar Flares," Ap J, correspondence, draft, 1970

Box 148   Folder 7

"Identification and Relative Abundances of C, N and O Nuclei Trapped in the Geomagnetic Field," Physical Review Letters, correspondence, drafts, 1970

Box 148   Folder 8

Nucleosynthesis, papers, notes, 1970-1971

Box 148   Folder 9

Reprints and references for isotopic and elemental cosmic ray abundance paper, notes, 1971-1978

Box 148   Folder 10

"Cosmic Ray H2 from Satellite Measurements," Ap J, referee reports, correspondence, drafts, 1971

Box 148   Folder 11

"Cosmic Ray Source and Local Interstellar Spectra of H and He Deduced from Their Isotopes," Ap J, drafts, correspondence, referee reports, 1971

Box 148   Folder 12

"Fluorine in the Galactic Cosmic Radiation," draft, notes, supporting materials, 1971

Box 148   Folder 13

"Fluorine in the Galactic Cosmic Radiation," draft, correspondence, resubmission to Ap J, 1972

Box 148   Folder 14

"Enrichment of Very Heavy Nuclei in the Composition of Solar Accelerated Particles," Ap J, referee reports, correspondence, 1971

Box 148   Folder 15

"The Abundances of Solar Accelerated Nuclei from Carbon to Iron," drafts, correspondence, 1972

Box 148   Folder 16

Notes on Harry Heckman and Douglas E. Greiner proposal for isotope experiment, September 1, 1972

Box 148   Folder 17

Cosmic ray origin theories, papers, notes, 1972-1973

Box 149   Folder 1

Figures for source abundance paper (no. 2), supporting material, 1972

Box 149   Folder 2

"The Relative Abundances of Solar Accelerated Nuclei from Carbon to Iron," draft, 1973

Box 149   Folder 3

"Solar Flare Accelerated Isotopes of Hydrogen and Helium," Ap J, draft, correspondence, 1973

Box 149   Folder 4

"The Abundances of Galactic Cosmic Ray Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen and Their Astrophysical Implications," Ap J, correspondence, draft, 1973

Box 149   Folder 5

"A New Test for Solar Modulation Theory," Ap J, correspondence, drafts, referee reports, 1972-1973

Box 149   Folder 6

"Preliminary Pioneer 10 Intensity Gradients of Galactic Cosmic Rays," Ap J, correspondence, draft, 1973

Box 149   Folder 7

"The Heliocentric Radial Intensity Gradient of Galactic Cosmic Rays between 1 and 2 Astronomical Units," draft, notes, "Charged Particle Gradients Observed on Pioneer 10 beyond 2 AUs," 1972

Box 149   Folder 8

"The Heliocentric Radial Intensity Gradient of Galactic Cosmic Rays between 1 and 2 Astronomical Units," draft, California Institute of Technology and Ap J correspondence, 1973

Box 149   Folder 9

"Deuterium and Tritium from Solar Flares at ~10 MeV per Nucleon," Ap J, draft, correspondence, 1973

Box 149   Folder 10

"The Interplanetary Quiet Time Spectra of Protons and Helium below 2 MeV per Nucleon between 1 and 3.8 A.U.," Ap J, drafts, correspondence, 1973

Box 149   Folder 11

"Protons and Electrons Accelerated in Jupiter's Magnetic Field-A Preliminary Report on Results from the University of Chicago Experiment on Pioneer 10," Science, draft, correspondence, 1973

Box 149   Folder 12

"Bursts of Relativistic Electrons from Jupiter Observed in Interplanetary Space with the Time Variation of the Planetary Rotation Period," draft, correspondence, 1973

Box 149   Folder 13

"Search by Mariner 10 for Electrons and Protons Accelerated in Association with Venus," draft, correspondence, 1974

Box 149   Folder 14

"Electrons and Protons Accelerated in Mercury's Magnetic Field," draft, 1974

Box 149   Folder 15

Mercury and Jupiter papers, mailing lists, correspondence, 1974

Box 150   Folder 1

"The Protons and Electrons Trapped in the Jovian Magnetic Field Region and Their Interaction with Io," galleys, draft, correspondence, 1974

Box 150   Folder 2

"Evidence from Charged Particle Studies for the Distortion of the Jovian Magnetosphere," draft, 1974

Box 150   Folder 3

"Origin and Composition of Heavy Nuclei below ~30 MeV per Nucleon during Interplanetary Quiet Times in 1968-1972," Ap J, correspondence, 1974

Box 150   Folder 4

"Origin and Composition of Heavy Nuclei between 10 and 60 MeV per Nucleon during Interplanetary Quiet Times in 1968-1972," drafts, correspondence, 1974-1975

Box 150   Folder 5-6

"Energy Dependence of the Si/Fe Ratio in the Galactic Cosmic Rays," Ap J, draft, correspondence, 1974

Box 150   Folder 7

"The Anomalous He4 Component in the Cosmic Ray Spectrum ...," Ap J, drafts, correspondence, referee reports, 1974-1975

Box 150   Folder 8

Reprints and references for interstellar propagation of cosmic rays, 1975 and n.d.

Box 150   Folder 9

Response to Bonnard Teegarden and Frank B. McDonald preprint on H and He fluxes, notes, references, correspondence, 1975

Box 151   Folder 1

"The Cosmic Ray Age Deduced from the Abundance of Be10," "The Isotopic Composition of Galactic Cosmic Ray Le, Be and B," Ap J, correspondence, drafts, notes, 1975

Box 151   Folder 2

"The Cosmic Ray Age Deduced from the Abundance of Be10," "The Isotopic Composition of Galactic Cosmic Ray Le, Be and B," Ap J, draft, 1977

Box 151   Folder 3

"Experiments Out of The Solar System Ecliptic Plane; An Introduction to the Execliptic Mission," drafts, correspondence, 1976

Box 151   Folder 4

"Modulation of Jovian Electron Intensity in Interplanetary Space by Corotating Interaction Regions," Ap J, correspondence, drafts, 1976

Box 151   Folder 5

"Evidence for Interplanetary Acceleration of Nucleons in Corotating Interaction Regions," Ap J, drafts, correspondence, 1976

Box 151   Folder 6

"The Jovian Relativistic Electron Distribution in Interplanetary Space from 1-11 AU," correspondence, drafts, 1976

Box 151   Folder 7

"New Aspects of the Cosmic Ray Modulation in 1974-1975 near Solar Minimum," Ap J, correspondence, drafts, 1976

Box 151   Folder 8

"Observations of Jovian Electrons at 1 AU throughout the ~13 Month Jovian Synodic Year," Ap J, correspondence, drafts, 1977

Box 151   Folder 9

"Acceleration of Charged Particles in Mercury's Magnetosphere," drafts, 1984-1986

Box 152   Folder 1

"Acceleration of Charged Particles in Mercury's Magnetosphere," drafts, 1984-1986

Box 152   Folder 2

"Acceleration of Charged Particles in Mercury's Magnetosphere," Mercury polar orbiter, JGR, correspondence, notes, "A Model of Impulsive Acceleration and Transport of Energetic Particles in Mercury's Magnetosphere," 1984-1986

Box 152   Folder 3

"Cosmic Ray Propagation in the Galaxy and in the Heliosphere: The Pathlength Distribution at Low Energy," Ap J, correspondence, 1986

Series VI: Appointment Books

Box 153   Folder 1-6

1951-1955

Box 154   Folder 1-10

1956-1965

Box 155   Folder 1-6

1966-1971

Box 155   Folder 7

Pocket calendars, 1967-1971

Box 156   Folder 1

Pocket calendars, 1972-1974

Box 156   Folder 2-6

1972-1983

Box 157   Folder 1-3

1984-1986

Box 157   Folder 4

1987, Moscow trip receipts, correspondence

Box 157   Folder 5

1988

Series VII: Biographical

Box 158   Folder 1

Listing of personal research volumes, series A-G, 1967

Subseries 1: "A" and "B" series (New York University)

Box 158   Folder 2

Volume 1A, notes on articles, electrets, electron scattering discharge characteristics of Geiger-Muller counters, resolving time measurements, 1940-1942

Box 158   Folder 3

Volume 1B, counter designs and tests, 1942-1943

Box 158   Folder 4

Volume 2B, counter designs and tests, reversing circuit experiment, 1943

Box 158   Folder 5

Volume 3B, counter designs and tests, reversing circuit experiment, 1943

Subseries 2: "C" series

Box 158   Folder 6

Volume 4C, neutron research, 1946

Subseries 3: "D" series

Box 159   Folder 1

Volume 1D, experiments on counters, 1943-1947

Box 159   Folder 2

Volume 1D, experiments on counters, data

Box 159   Folder 3

Volume 2D, neutron production in cosmic rays, latitude effects, other cosmic ray experiments, July 1947-August 1950

Box 159   Folder 4

Volume 2D, longitude data, neutron production in Al, Cu, Sn and Pb, geometry "c" final data, 1949 and n.d.

Box 159   Folder 5

Volume 3D, aircraft flights, latitude effect of fast neutrons as a function of pressure altitude, 1948

Box 159   Folder 6

Volume 3D, charged particle neutron experiment, neutral meson experiment, pile sketches, circuit diagram sketches, 1948

Box 159   Folder 7

Volume 4D, flight data, meson-neutron experiment, 1948

Box 159   Folder 8

Volume 5D, experiment II, production of neutrons in C, Al, Pb and paraffin, flight data, correspondence, 1948

Box 159   Folder 9

Volume 5AD, detector and electronic circuit characteristics for experiments 4 and 5, 1948-1949

Box 160   Folder 1

Volume 6D, data on nuclear burst experiment, equator trip, January 1949, summaries of nuclear burst data, April-May 1949

Box 160   Folder 2

Volume 6D, data on nuclear burst experiment, Inyokern-San Antonio flight data, 1949

Box 160   Folder 3

Volume 7D, flight experiments, instrument testing, data, flight summaries, March 1949

Box 160   Folder 4

Volume 7DA, fast neutron counter calibration curves, correspondence on electronics troubles, December 1948-April 1949

Box 160   Folder 5

Volume 8D, neutron production in C, Al, Au, Sn, and Pb, summary of experiment II, flights 6-10, April-June 1949

Box 160   Folder 6

Volume 9D, prediction on the production of neutrons in lead as a function of altitude, other cosmic ray experiments, July-September 1949

Box 160   Folder 7

Volume 10D, fast neutron counter, characteristic curves, flights 10-16, September-December 1949

Box 160   Folder 8

Volume 12D, neutron "efficiency" in pile structures, February-March 1950

Box 160   Folder 9

Volume 13D, local production experiments, 1950

Box 161   Folder 1

Volume 15D, latitude effect of the nucleonic component, neutron paper, jet flight summaries, 1950-1951

Box 161   Folder 2

Volume 19D, experiments on time dependent changes, references on nuclear burst experiments, "The Emission of Cosmic Ray Particles from Disturbed Regions on the Sun," 1951

Box 161   Folder 3

Volume 31D, time dependent variations of the nucleonic component, charged particle component, and solar-terrestrial relations, 1951-1953

Box 161   Folder 4-5

Volume 32D, analysis of neutron time dependent data, 1951-1953

Box 161   Folder 6

Volume 33D, aircraft cosmic ray measurements, Mexico flights, notes, progress reports, correspondence, 1950-1952

Box 161   Folder 7

Volume 35D, balloon borne instrumentation, June 1952-

Subseries 4: "E" series

Box 161   Folder 8

Volume 1E, betatron research, cyclotron, correspondence, 1949-1950

Subseries 5: "F" series

Box 162   Folder 1

"Instrumentation and Research with Transistorized Circuits," July 7, 1956-

Box 162   Folder 2

Volume 1F, research, "Magnetic Fields for Storage of Solar Flare Cosmic Rays," August 8, 1956-

Box 162   Folder 3

Volume 2F, research, 1957

Box 162   Folder 4

Volume 3F, research, notes for Moscow meeting, Forbush decreases, June 1959-

Box 163   Folder 1

Volume 4F, satellite and space probe experiments, Explorer 6, Pioneer 5, August 1959-

Box 163   Folder 2

Volume 5F, Discoverer satellite experiments, instrument photographs, Vela Hotel, correspondence, February 14, 1961

Box 163   Folder 3

Volume 5F, loose papers

Box 163   Folder 4

Volume 5F, loose papers from back cover

Box 163   Folder 5

Data book, detector systems for satellites and space probes, Room 381, EGO telescope calibration, April 19, 1962-

Box 164   Folder 1

Volume 7F, theory, January 1964-

Box 164   Folder 2

Volume 8F, Explorer 18, analysis and results, IMP A, January 8, 1964-

Box 164   Folder 3

Volume 9F, IMP II results, Explorer 21, January 7, 1965-

Box 164   Folder 4

Volume 10F, Mariner IV cosmic ray telescope, correspondence, January 7, 1965-

Box 164   Folder 5

Volume 11F, OGO A, memos, January 1965-

Box 164   Folder 6

Volume 11F, loose papers from back cover

Box 165   Folder 1

Volume 12F, IMP III, IMP bibliography, 1965-1971

Box 165   Folder 2

Volume 14F, research on primary nuclei Z=2-26, bearing of primary nuclei on the origin of cosmic rays, November 3, 1965-

Box 165   Folder 3

Volume 14F, loose papers, correspondence

Box 165   Folder 4

Volume 15F, Pioneer 6

Box 165   Folder 5

Volume 15F, loose papers, memos and correspondence, telemetry coverage for Pioneer 6 and 7, preprints, December 16, 1965-

Box 165   Folder 6

Volume 16F, magnetic monopole research, Hi-Z Lo-E

Box 165   Folder 7

Volume 16F, loose papers, outline for "The Magnetic Monopole Affair," OGO 5, 1965, June 1, 1966-

Box 166   Folder 1

Volume 17F, OGO III

Box 166   Folder 2

Volume 18F, Pioneer 7

Box 166   Folder 3

Volume 18F, loose papers from front cover, correspondence, Goddard Space Flight Center data, preprints, essay drafts

Box 166   Folder 4

Volume 18F, loose papers

Box 166   Folder 5

Volume 20F, IMP 4, 1967-1973

Box 166   Folder 6

Volume 20F, loose papers, notes, data analysis, 1969-1971

Box 167   Folder 1

Volume 20F, loose papers, correspondence, solar flares of July 6, 1968, deuteron flux analysis, 1967-1970

Box 167   Folder 2

Volume 22F, IMP G, 1969-1972

Box 167   Folder 3

Volume 22F, loose papers, IMP 4/5, galactic composition paper, 13th International Cosmic Ray Conference, 1973

Box 167   Folder 4

Volume 22F, loose papers, correspondence, IMP 4/5 bibliography, NAS 5-9090 final report, 1973

Box 167   Folder 5

Volume 23F, IMP I (Eye), 1971-1973

Box 167   Folder 6

Volume 23F, loose papers, IMP G, IMP 5/6, Pioneer 10, notes, data charts, 1971-1973

Box 167   Folder 7

Volume 23F, loose papers, memos, IMP H/I, "The IMP 5 vs. IMP 6: The Low Energy Flux Controversy," 1973-1974

Box 168   Folder 1

Volume 24F (continuing 16F), OGO 5 studies, 1971-1972

Box 168   Folder 2

Volume 24F (continuing 16F), loose papers, Antonio Mogro-Compero solar nuclei paper, notes and drafts, 1972

Box 168   Folder 3

Volume 25F, Pioneer 10, 1972-1974

Box 168   Folder 4

Volume 25F, loose papers, 1974

Box 168   Folder 5

Volume 25F, memos, papers, design verification unit calibration at Argonne Cancer Hospital, notes, Deep Space Station viewpoint calculator, electron detection calibration, NASA correspondence, radioisotope thermoelectric generators interference, data, 1973-1975

Box 168   Folder 6

Volume 25F, electron current detector calibration, Bow shock studies, 1974-76

Box 168   Folder 7

Volume 25F, Jupiter encounter research notes, monte-carlo analysis, correspondence, 1970-1975

Box 169   Folder 1

Volume 25F, encounter data, Jupiter's magnetic field, 1974

Box 169   Folder 2

Volume 25F, charts, graphs and miscellaneous papers, memos, 1969-1975

Box 169   Folder 3

Volume 25F, trapped radiation at R(20Rj, 1974

Box 169   Folder 4-5

Volume 25F, research, 1-20 MeV turn up in spectrum during quiet times, notes, "Interplanetary Quiet Time Spectra of Protons and Helium below 2 MeV/Nucleon between 1 and 3.8 A.U.," drafts, preprints, glossy figures, 1973

Box 169   Folder 6

Volume 25F, Mariner 10, Stone correspondence, notes, memos, 1976

Box 169   Folder 7

Volume 25F, notes on and drafts of papers on radial intensity gradients of cosmic ray nuclei, 1973

Box 169   Folder 8

Volume 25F, Jupiter magnetic components, Explorer 12, correspondence, May 1973

Box 169   Folder 9

Volume 25F, collaboration with J. J. O'Gallagher's University of Maryland group, drafts, correspondence, 1971-1975

Box 169   Folder 10

Volume 28F, IMP 8, 1973-1984

Box 170   Folder 1

Volume 25F, efforts to continue telemetry coverage and data analysis funding, data, IMP 7, correspondence, 1976-1986

Box 170   Folder 2

Volume 25F, IMP 7/8, Munich conference paper preparations, solar data charts, operations continuation, correspondence, 1975-1981

Box 170   Folder 3

Volume 25F, reports, data, memos, 1976-1979

Box 170   Folder 4

Volume 25F, front cover loose papers, IMP 7/8 experimenter's meetings of November 1, 1895 at Goddard Space Flight Center, telementry continuation, notes, 1976-1985

Box 170   Folder 5

Volume 25F, loose papers, 1974-1978

  • [Volume 29F-see Series IX, BOX 321 Folders 1 and 10-12, and BOX 323, Folder 6]

Subseries 6: "G" series

Box 170   Folder 6

Volume 1G, 1951-1957

Box 170   Folder 7

Volume 2G, November 1957-September 1960

Box 170   Folder 8

Volume 3G, September 1960-April 1961

Box 170   Folder 9

Volume 4G, April 1960-

Box 171   Folder 1

Volume 5G, September 1, 1961-

Box 171   Folder 2

Volume 6G, February 2, 1962-

Box 171   Folder 3

Volume 7G, June 19, 1962-

Box 171   Folder 4

Volume 9G, mstrument photographs, February 14, 1963-

Box 171   Folder 5

Volume 10G, July 1, 1963-

Box 171   Folder 6

Volume 11G, December 3, 1963-

Box 171   Folder 7

Volume 12G, July 1964-

Box 172   Folder 1

Volume 13G, April 22-December 30, 1965

Box 172   Folder 2

Volume 14G, January 4, 1966-

Box 172   Folder 3

Volume 15G, September 25, 1966-

Box 172   Folder 4

Volume 16G, January 22, 1967

Box 172   Folder 5

Volume 17G, June 17, 1967-

Box 172   Folder 6

Volume 18G, November 1967-July 5, 1968

Box 172   Folder 7

Volume 19G, July 5, 1968

Box 172   Folder 8

Volume 20G, April 15-November 6, 1969-

Box 173   Folder 1

Volume 21G, December 1969-September 1970

Box 173   Folder 2

Volume 21G, loose papers

Box 173   Folder 3

Volume 22G, September 1970-June 1971

Box 173   Folder 4

Volume 22G, loose papers

Box 173   Folder 5

Volume 23G, July 1971-April 1972

Box 173   Folder 6

Volume 23G, loose papers

Box 173   Folder 7

Volume 24G, August 1971-June 1972

Box 173   Folder 8

Volume 25G, correspondence, September 1972-September 1973

Box 173   Folder 9

Volume 25G, correspondence, July 1972-March 1973

Box 174   Folder 1

Volume 27G, notes concerning JAS as director of EFI, July 1973-June 1976

Box 174   Folder 2

Volume 27G, loose papers

Box 174   Folder 3

Volume 28G, August 1973-August 1974

Box 174   Folder 4

Volume 29G, April 1974-July 1974

Box 174   Folder 5

Volume 30G, July 1974-October 1974

Box 174   Folder 6

Volume 31G, November 1974-April 1975

Box 174   Folder 7

Volume 32G, March 1975-July 1975

Box 174   Folder 8

Volume 33G, April 1975-March 1976

Box 174   Folder 9

Volume 34G, July 1975-December 1975

Box 174   Folder 10

Volume 35G, June 1976-July 1976

Box 175   Folder 1

Volume 36G, August 1976-December 1976

Box 175   Folder 2

Volume 37G, January 1977-September 1977

Box 175   Folder 3

Volume 38G, August 1977-February 1978

Box 175   Folder 4

Volume 39G, February 1978-May 1978

Box 175   Folder 5

Volume 40G, May 1978-December 1978

Box 175   Folder 6

Volume 41G, Cosmic Ray and Solar Particle Investigation, International Solar Polar Mission, correspondence, June 1978-May 1979

Box 175   Folder 7

Volume 43G, May 1979-December 1979

Box 175   Folder 8

Volume 44G, December 1979-July 1980

Box 175   Folder 9

Volume 45G, July 1980-December 1980

Box 176   Folder 1

Volume 46G, December 1980-July 1981

Box 176   Folder 2

Volume 47G, July 1981-January 1982

Box 176   Folder 3

Volume 48G, February 1982-September 1982

Box 176   Folder 4

Volume 49G, September 1982-March 1983

Box 176   Folder 5

Volume 50G, March 1983-July 1983

Box 176   Folder 6

Volume 51G, July 1983-October 1983

Box 176   Folder 7

Volume 52G, October 1983-February 1984

Box 177   Folder 1

Volume 53G, February 1984-June 1984

Box 177   Folder 2

Volume 54G, June 1984-November 1984

Box 177   Folder 3

Volume 55G, December 1984-April 1985

Box 177   Folder 4

Volume 56G, April 1985-August 1985

Box 177   Folder 5

Volume 57G, August 1985-January 1986

Box 177   Folder 6

Volume 58G, January 1986-July 1986

Series VIII: Contracts and Funding

Subseries 1: General

Box 178   Folder 1

A-6 account of Enrico Fermi Institute (EFI), request for additional funds, December 6, 1956

Box 178   Folder 2

IGY project 50.1, proposal, notes, correspondence, 1958-1960

Box 178   Folder 3

EFI budget reports for contracts, 1960

Box 178   Folder 4

Budget action required, NASA correspondence, notes for budgets, expenditure statements for grants and contracts concerning AF, NASA, and NSF, 1962-1964

Box 178   Folder 5

Preliminary proposal to the Sloan Foundation, July 16, 1971

Box 178   Folder 6

Block Fund, proposal for remodeling the proton room for tape storage, correspondence, February-May 1972

Subseries 2: Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), Baltimore

Box 178   Folder 7

William Otting and Ray Heer correspondence, 1954-1959

Box 178   Folder 8

Baltimore correspondence with Ray Heer, flights, balloon telemetry trailer, 1955-1957

Box 178   Folder 9

Balloon and airplane equatorial flights, Ray Heer and Ludwig Katz correspondence, 1955-1958

Box 178   Folder 10

AF 18(600)-666, "Cosmic Radiation and Elementary Particles," extension proposal, August 1, 1956

Box 178   Folder 11

AF 18(600)-666, "Cosmic Radiation and Elementary Particles," AF cosmic ray #2, supplementary proposals, 1957-1958

Box 178   Folder 12

AF 18(600)-666, AFOSR rockets, balloons, patents, photograph of balloon instrument, budgets, correspondence, 1958-1961

Box 178   Folder 13

AF 18(600)-666, AF cosmic ray #2, "Origin and Properties of Cosmic Rays and Their Changes with Time," extension proposals, 1958-1959

Box 178   Folder 14

AF 18(600)-666, AF cosmic ray #2, "Origin and Properties of Cosmic Rays and Their Changes with Time," extension proposal, November 11, 1959, correspondence, EFI budget, notes

Box 178   Folder 15

AF 18(600)-666, AF cosmic ray #2, "Cosmic and Solar Radiation Studies and Their Astrophysical Consequences," May 1, 1961

Box 178   Folder 16

AF 18(600)-666, annual report, January 1961

Box 179   Folder 1

AF 18(600)-666, final technical reports, 1961-1962

Box 179   Folder 2

AF 49(638)-1008, "Cosmic and Solar Radiation Studies and Their Astrophysical Consequences," AF Cosmic Ray #3, proposal, correspondence, September 20, 1960

Box 179   Folder 3

AF 49(638)-1008, "Cosmic and Solar Radiation Studies and Their Astrophysical Consequences," AF Cosmic Ray #3, proposal, revised proposal, October 20, 1960, correspondence, 1960-1962

Box 179   Folder 4

AF 49(638)-1008, extension proposal, May 1, 1961

Box 179   Folder 5

AF 49(638)-1008, final technical report, 1963

Box 179   Folder 6

Continuation of AF-AFOSR-62-23, proposal, April 1, 1963, correspondence, radio frequencies, contract versus grant issue, 1963-1964

Box 179   Folder 7

AFOSR proposals for 1963-1966, AF 49(638)-1008, AFOSR-62-23, April 12, 1965 proposal, 1962-1965

Box 179   Folder 8

AF-AFOSR-62-23, AF-AFOSR-521-64, reports, AFOSR correspondence, 1963-1965

Box 179   Folder 9

AF-AFOSR-62-23, final technical report, October 1, 1964

Box 179   Folder 10

"Cosmic and Solar Radiation Studies and Their Astrophysical Consequences," AFOSR proposal, continuation of grant AF-AFOSR-521-64, March 24, 1964, correspondence, 1963-1965

Box 179   Folder 11

AFOSR-521-65, correspondence, February-April 1965

Box 179   Folder 12

AFOSR correspondence, reports, 1965

Box 179   Folder 13

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, "Cosmic and Solar Radiation Studies and Their Astrophysical Consequences," correspondence, LASR publications, LASR finances, 1965-1967

Box 179   Folder 14-15

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, AFOSR publication reporting and procedures, 1966-1970

Box 180   Folder 1

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, patent report, contract modification, basic agreement, contract extension, correspondence, 1967-1968

Box 180   Folder 2

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, 1967 annual report, notes, drafts, correspondence, 1967-1969

Box 180   Folder 3

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, 1967 annual report, COSPAR, correspondence, 1967-1968

Box 180   Folder 4

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, contract extension, correspondence, March-May 1967

Box 180   Folder 5

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, proposal, AFOSR documents, correspondence, February-March 1969

Box 180   Folder 6

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, reports for 1968 and 1969 work, drafts, 1969

Box 180   Folder 7

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, final report, correspondence, 1969-1970

Box 180   Folder 8

AF-AFOSR 49(638)-1642, final report, correspondence, drafts, 1970

Box 180   Folder 9

AFOSR proposal preparation, funding summary, collection of proposals and reports, 1977

Box 181   Folder 1

AFOSR proposal preparation, funding summary, collection of proposals and reports, 1977

Subseries 3: Air Force Cambridge Research Center, Air Research and Development Command (ARDC)

Box 181   Folder 2

AF 33(038)-12395, progress report for period ending June 8, 1952, for ARDC, 1952

Box 181   Folder 3

AF 33(038)-12395, termination report, November 1955

Box 181   Folder 4

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-1288, "Research On The Solar-Geophysical Aspects of Cosmic Radiation and Magneto-Hydrodynamics," AF Solar Radiation #1, quarterly reports 1-4, 1954-1955

Box 181   Folder 5

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-1288, quarterly reports 5-6, 1955-1956

Box 181   Folder 6

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-1288, contract cancellation, letter to Lawrence Kimpton, 1957

Box 181   Folder 7

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-1288, extension proposal, August 15, 1957

Box 181   Folder 8

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-1288, extension proposal, July 24, 1958

Box 181   Folder 9

John Butler correspondence, silver cell batteries, 1956

Box 181   Folder 10

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-4554, "Research on the Solar-Geophysical Aspects of Cosmic Radiation and Magneto-Hydrodynamics," AF Solar Radiation #2, quarterly reports 3-4, correspondence, 1959-1962

Box 181   Folder 11

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-4554, correspondence including Ludwig Katz, 1952-1961

Box 181   Folder 12

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-4554, extension proposal, June 15, 1959

Box 181   Folder 13

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-4554, extension proposal, July 1, and September 15, 1960

Box 181   Folder 14

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-4554, extension proposal, May 1, 1961

Box 181   Folder 15

Cambridge Geophysics Research Directorate contract AF 19(604)-4554, quarterly reports 3-4, correspondence, 1962-1963

Box 181   Folder 16

AF 19(604)-4554 and AF 19(604)-1288, final report, September 3, 1963

Box 181   Folder 17

Geophysics Research Directorate, submission of reprints and preprints, correspondence, 1964-1966

Box 181   Folder 18

Geophysics Research Directorate, contract AF 19(628)-2473, quarterly reports 4-5, 1964-1965

Box 181   Folder 19

Geophysics Research Directorate, contract AF 19(628)-2473, quarterly reports 6-9, March 22, 1965

Box 181   Folder 20

Geophysics Research Directorate, contract AF 19(628)-2473, "Solar-Geophysical Aspects of Cosmic Radiation," proposal for extension, August 25, 1965

Box 181   Folder 21

Geophysics Research Directorate, proposal for extension, August 25, 1966

Box 181   Folder 22

Geophysics Research Directorate, contract extension, AF 19(628)-68-C-0103, contract, memos, correspondence, 1967-1968

Box 181   Folder 23

Geophysics Research Directorate, final report, drafts, quarterly reports, 1966-1969

Box 182   Folder 1

AF 19(628)-68-C-0103, terminated March 31, 1969, quarterly reports, October 1968

Box 182   Folder 2

AF 19(628)-68-C-0103, final report, drafts, correspondence, 1969

Box 182   Folder 3

"Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Solar Flares: Solar Flare Isotopic Composition at Low and High Energies," AF proposal, May 21, 1976

Subseries 4: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Box 182   Folder 4-5

Proposals, NASA A/Os, correspondence, schedules, notes regarding Mariner R, OGO, EGO, OSO, IMP B and C, Pioneer C and D, Voyager, magnetic monopoles, funding and contracts, 1958-1968

Box 182   Folder 6

Letter of refusal on lunar materials, proposals, A/Os, correspondence, 1958-1968

Box 182   Folder 7

Proposals for financial support of cosmic ray and space research, 1959-1960

Box 182   Folder 8

Proposal, solar wind studies, Eugene Parker, 1960-1961

Box 183   Folder 1

"Research and Development Basic for Experiments in Space Vehicles," proposal, drafts, Homer Newell correspondence, 1961

Box 183   Folder 2

Proposals for basic support from NASA, notes, correspondence, 1961-1964

Box 183   Folder 3

NsG 179-61, status reports 1-2, 1962

Box 183   Folder 4

NsG 179-61, proposal for supplement 6, January 6, 1966, proposals of 1962 and 1964, status reports 1-2, 1962-1966

Box 183   Folder 5

NsG 179-61, proposals for extensions of funding, copy of supplement 6 grant, 1963-1966

Box 183   Folder 6

NsG 179-61, materials for semiannual status reports, 1961-1964

Box 183   Folder 7

NsG 179-61, budgeting, materials for status reports, 1963-1964

Box 183   Folder 8

NsG 179-61, materials for August 1962-July 1963 status report, preprints, 1963-1964

Box 183   Folder 9

NsG 179-61, status reports 3-6, October 1, 1964, correspondence

Box 183   Folder 10

NsG 179-61, status reports 7-9, April 4, 1966, correspondence, 1965-1966

Box 183   Folder 11

NsG 179-61, status report 10, February 1, 1966-July 31, 1966

Box 183   Folder 12

NsG 179-61, status reports 11-12, August 1, 1966-June 31, 1967 and February 1, 1967-July 31, 1967

Box 183   Folder 13

NsG 179-61, proposal for supplement 6, January 25, 1966

Box 183   Folder 14

NsG 179-61, proposal for supplement 7, November 1, 1966

Box 183   Folder 15

NsG 179-61, proposal for supplement 8, March 10, 1967, rough draft of proposal for exploratory work on Galactic Jupiter Probe and Sunblazer program

Box 183   Folder 16

NsG 179-61, proposal, September 27, 1967

Box 183   Folder 17

NsG 179-61, proposal for supplement, for three-year period starting August 1, 1968, April 24, 1968

Box 183   Folder 18

NsG 179-61, letter proposal, April 24, 1968, step funding

Box 184   Folder 1

NASA-NsG-690, Mariner C, status reports, 1965-1968

Box 184   Folder 2

NASA-NsG-690, semiannual status reports 2-3, 1966-1967

Box 184   Folder 3

NAS-NSR-14-001-059, Pioneer A and B data processing, March 1, 1966

Box 184   Folder 4

NAS-NSR-14-001-059, programming, final report, n.d.

Box 184   Folder 5

NAS-5-2990, IMP I-III, proposal for supplemental funding, 1966-1967

Box 184   Folder 6

NAS-5-9090, proposal, IMP F and G data processing, 1966-1967

Box 184   Folder 7

NAS-5-9090, budget revision, November 1968

Box 184   Folder 8

Proposal, Hi-Z Lo-E experiment, April 1, 1966, correspondence, IMP H/J

Box 184   Folder 9

NASA NGR-14-001-103, "Advanced Technical Developments in Support of Scientific Experiments in Space," grant copy, memos, correspondence, stability grant, 1967-1970

Box 184   Folder 10

NAS-5-2133, OGO III data processing, correspondence and memos, 1967

Box 184   Folder 11

NAS-5-2133, extension proposal, OGO I data processing, notes and budgets, May-August 1967

Box 184   Folder 12

NAS-5-2133, extension proposal, OGO I and III data processing, June-July 1967

Box 184   Folder 13

OGO-E153-E-27, OGO E, data analysis proposal, correspondence, 1967-1968

Box 184   Folder 14

LASR funding, "Memo of Understanding Between NASA and University of Chicago," July 1962, 1967 articles, correspondence, overview to Donald C. Holmes, funding emergency, budget breakdown, support grant to NASA

Box 184   Folder 15

LASR funding, correspondence about finances with Leonard Erickson, NSF spending ceiling, 1965-1968

Box 184   Folder 16

LASR funding, salary distribution, status reports, account balances, notes on NAS meeting, 1966-1970

Box 185   Folder 1

LASR funding, correspondence with Dean Albert on history of funding crisis, chronology, 1967

Box 185   Folder 2

LASR funding, proposal to NASA for additional funding, January 14, 1966, "Solar-Geophysical Aspects of Cosmic Radiation," September 21, 1967

Box 185   Folder 3

LASR funding, October-December 1967, historical letter to Jesse Mitchell of LASR, 1967

Box 185   Folder 4

LASR funding, status reports, projections, correspondence, memos, 1967

Box 185   Folder 5

LASR funding, scheduling, memos, correspondence relating to funding crisis, stabilizing grant to support LASR, 1967

Box 185   Folder 6

LASR funding, NASA stability grant and proposal, drafts, correspondence, July-September 1967

Box 185   Folder 7

LASR funding, "Plans for LASR, 1967-1970," December 21, 1967

Box 185   Folder 8

LASR funding, NASA funding, articles, correspondence, memos, 1967-1970

Box 185   Folder 9

LASR funding, project reports, projections, correspondence, memos, 1968-1970

Box 186   Folder 1

LASR funding, project reports, financial and technical status, salary reviews, memos, 1967-1970

Box 186   Folder 2-5

LASR monthly financial reports, 1968-1969

Box 187   Folder 1-3

LASR monthly financial reports, 1970-1972

Box 188   Folder 1

IMP H and J, proposal for data processing, April 10, 1968

Box 188   Folder 2

IMP H and J, revised proposal, January 24, 1968

Box 188   Folder 3

IMP H and J, proposal, April 18, 1968

Box 188   Folder 4

IMP I (Eye), on-board computer, proposal, memos, February-April 1968

Box 188   Folder 5

Proposal for experiments, magnetic monopoles in lunar materials, 1968-1969

Box 188   Folder 6

NASA proposal for funding of data submission to National Space Science Data Center, IMP, OGO, Mariner, Pioneer, 1969

Box 188   Folder 7

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 11, "Research and Development of Basic for Space Vehicles," June 24, 1968

Box 188   Folder 8

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 12, August 20, 1969

Box 188   Folder 9

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 13, August 28, 1970, correspondence

Box 188   Folder 10

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 14, preparatory material and proposal, correspondence, drafts, November 18, 1971

Box 188   Folder 11

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 14, LASR financial reports, notes, 1972

Box 188   Folder 12

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 15, August 1, 1972

Box 188   Folder 13

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 16, August 1, 1973

Box 188   Folder 14

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 16, SIS, notes, 1973-1974

Box 188   Folder 15

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 17, July 15, 1974-July 31, 1975

Box 188   Folder 16

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, basic grant preparation, notes, Phoenix budgets, correspondence, LASR budgets, 1975

Box 189   Folder 1-2

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, budgets, proposals, notes, memos, NSF 73-06652, GA-38913X, 1975

Box 189   Folder 3

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, NASA-university relations and science management, "Disclosure of a Solid State Silicon Position Sensing Detector," ISEE, LASR discoveries, 1975

Box 189   Folder 4-5

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, notes, GSFC memos, LASR financial reports, 1976

Box 189   Folder 6

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 18, August 1, 1975-July 31, 1976

Box 189   Folder 7

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 20, budget, August 1, 1976-December 31, 1977

Box 189   Folder 8

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 21, 1978, memos, correspondence, 1976-1977

Box 189   Folder 9

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, memos, notes, 1978-1979

Box 189   Folder 10

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 22, budget, January 1, 1979-December 31, 1980

Box 190   Folder 1

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 23, revised budget, January 1, 1979-December 31, 1979

Box 190   Folder 2

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, annual report form T-43, March 26, 1979

Box 190   Folder 3

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement 24, revised budget, 1980

Box 190   Folder 4

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, "Past Accomplishments and Future Plans for NGL 14-001-006," July 1980

Box 190   Folder 5

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, response to NASA headquarters on cosmic ray research, July 1980

Box 190   Folder 6

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, three-year supplement, program of research, budget, January 1, 1981-December 31, 1983

Box 190   Folder 7

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, three-year supplement, revised budget, 1983

Box 190   Folder 8

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, second year proposal and revised budget, 1982

Box 190   Folder 9

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, third year proposal and revised budget, 1983

Box 190   Folder 10

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, third year revised budget, 1983

Box 190   Folder 11

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, revised budget, 1984

Box 190   Folder 12

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, three-year supplement, program of research, budget, January 1, 1984-December 31, 1986

Box 190   Folder 13

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, supplement, 1985

Box 190   Folder 14

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, revised budget for 1985

Box 190   Folder 15

NASA Basic Grant NGL-14-001-006, revised budget for 1986

Box 191   Folder 1

Proposal for use of Princeton-University of Pennsylvania accelerator, nitrogen beam, correspondence, 1971

Box 191   Folder 2

Technology for Science grant, correspondence, 1970

Box 191   Folder 3-4

Technology for Science grant, negotiations with NASA, April 1972-1973, LASR planning for 1972-1974, notes, budgets, drafts, correspondence

Box 191   Folder 5

NGL 14-001-258, NGL 14-001-224, Technology for Science grant, "Advanced Technical Development in Support of Scientific Experiments in Space," materials for proposal preparation, notes, memos, 1973-1974

Box 191   Folder 6

NGL 14-001-258, supplement, July 1, 1975-July 1, 1976

Box 191   Folder 7

NGL 14-001-258, supplement, July 1, 1976-June 1, 1977

Box 191   Folder 8

NGL 14-001-258, supplement, July 1, 1977-June 30, 1978, April 1, 1978-March 31, 1979

Box 191   Folder 9

NGL 14-001-258, supplement, April 1, 1979-March 31, 1980

Box 191   Folder 10

NGL 14-001-258, supplement, April 1, 1980-March 31, 1981

Box 191   Folder 11

NGL 14-001-258, supplement, April 1, 1981-March 31, 1982

Box 192   Folder 1

Budget problems of January-February 1976, NAS5-11067, IMP H/J data analysis funding, notes, NASA correspondence, Phoenix, Mariner 10, Pioneer 10, LASR financial reports, Caltech President's Fund, 1975-1976

Box 192   Folder 2

Pioneer 10 and 11, NAS 2-6551, LASR budgets, notes, memos, 1975-1976

Box 192   Folder 3

Materials for meeting with Ichtiaque Rasool, December 18, 1975, Noel Hinners meeting, Phoenix funding, notes, instrument diagrams and photographs, proposals, April-May 1976

Box 192   Folder 4

Materials for meeting with Ichtiaque Rasool, Phoenix, proposal supplement, letter to Ichtiaque Rasool on importance of isotopic studies, 1975

Box 192   Folder 5

Materials for meeting with Ichtiaque Rasool, AGOSP, correspondence, memos, 1975-1976

Box 192   Folder 6

Materials for meeting with Ichtiaque Rasool, critique of NASA-scientist relations, A/O 6-7, notes, memos, correspondence, 1974-1975

Box 192   Folder 7

Materials for meeting with Ichtiaque Rasool, Pioneer 10/11 data reduction funding, notes, memos, ISEE, October-December 1975

Box 192   Folder 8

Materials for meeting with Ichtiaque Rasool, ERDA correspondence and meeting minutes, solar energy, July-September 1975

Box 192   Folder 9

Materials for meeting with Ichtiaque Rasool, ERDA visit, solar energy, NSF proposal "Instrument Development for High Energy Physics," correspondence, June-July 1975

Box 192   Folder 10

Materials for meeting with Ichtiaque Rasool, IMP 7/8, Pioneer 10/11, data graphs, December 1975

Box 192   Folder 11

Materials for meeting with Ichtiaque Rasool, Phoenix telescope performance characteristics, October-December 1975

Box 192   Folder 12

NASA fiscal year 1974 university program information summary, LASR financial reports, Solar Composition Explorer satellite, May-July 1975

Box 193   Folder 1

"Isotopic Measurements of Nuclei in the Solar and Cosmic Radiations in the Charge Range Hydrogen to Nickel," proposal, correspondence, April 1976

Box 193   Folder 2

NsG-5291, Orbiting Astronomical Observatory Guest Investigator Program, correspondence, final technical report, 1978-1979

Box 193   Folder 3

NASA NAS 2-11126, October 1, 1983-September 30, 1984

Box 193   Folder 4

NASA NAS 2-11126, October 1, 1984-September 30, 1985

Subseries 5: National Science Foundation (NSF)

Box 193   Folder 5

GA28368X, "Solar, Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Studies with Energetic Particles," proposal, correspondence, AF funding curtailment of AF 49(638)-1642, neutron monitors, GA 1440, 1968-1970

Box 193   Folder 6

GA28368X, prospectus to NSF for two-year funding extension, drafts, 1973

Box 193   Folder 7

GA28368X, prospectus to NSF for two-year funding extension, correspondence, notes, 1973

Box 193   Folder 8

NSF GA-38913X, revised budget and addendum, proposal P3A1093, April 20, 1973

Box 193   Folder 9

NSF GA-38913X, correspondence, 1973-1975

Box 193   Folder 10

NSF GA-38913X, second year progress report, June 1, 1974

Box 193   Folder 11

NSF GA-38913X, NSF supplement funding, February 7, 1975

Box 193   Folder 12

NSF GA-38913X, proposal for 36-month renewal, September 1, 1975

Box 193   Folder 13

ATM 75-20407, "Solar, Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Studies with Energetic Particles," correspondence, progress reports, budgets, second year proposal, 1975-1976

Box 194   Folder 1

ATM 75-20407, NSF reporting requirements, memos, budgets, correspondence, notes, 1977-1978

Box 194   Folder 2

ATM 75-20407, final project report, June 1978

Box 194   Folder 3

ATM 77-24494, proposal and figures, NSF correspondence, NSF document "Solar Terrestrial Programs: A Five-Year Plan," 1977

Box 194   Folder 4

ATM 77-24494, proposal, budgets, 1978

Box 194   Folder 5

ATM 77-24494, finances, expenses, 1978-1981

Box 194   Folder 6

ATM 77-24494, diversion of funds for neutron monitor stations, grant letters, NSF documents and correspondence, 1978-81

Box 194   Folder 7

ATM 77-24494, proposal, budget draft, notes, August 1979

Box 194   Folder 8

ATM 77-24494, final report, 1981

Box 194   Folder 9

ATM 77-24494, ATM 79-24593, continuation of ATM 77-24494, proposal, budgets, 1980

Box 194   Folder 10

ATM 79-24593, grant letter, second year budget, 1980

Box 194   Folder 11

ATM 79-24593, second year budget, notes, correspondence, 1980-1981

Box 194   Folder 12

ATM 79-24593, proposal, notes, 1981-1983

Box 194   Folder 13

ATM 79-24593, budget revision, March 1982

Box 194   Folder 14

ATM 82064-18, proposal for March 15, 1982-March 14, 1984

Box 194   Folder 15

ATM 82064-18, request for funds for second year research, February 18, 1983

Box 194   Folder 16

ATM 82064-18, proposal submitted February 28, 1983 for second year, final report, January 31, 1986

Series IX: Projects

Subseries 1: Early work

Sub-subseries 1: Reed College and New York University

Box 195   Folder 1

"An Experimental Electron Microscope," A.B. thesis, Reed College, June 1940

Box 195   Folder 2

Advanced laboratory notebook, 1940

Box 195   Folder 3

"Reduction of the Natural Insensitive Time in G-M Counters," Ph.D. dissertation, New York University, October 1943

Box 195   Folder 4

"Hydrogen Ion Molecule," lecture, 1943

Box 195   Folder 5

"Some Principles of Microwave Radio and the Cavity Resonator," lecture, April 27, 1943

Box 195   Folder 6

"Mechanism of Spark Discharge in the Air," lecture, ca. 1943

Sub-subseries 2: Metallurgical Laboratory (Manhattan Project)

Box 195   Folder 7

Project writing program, unclassified, chapter on radiation detection, ca. 1945

Box 196   Folder 1

Los Alamos declassified reports and drawings, 1945

Box 196   Folder 2

Declassified reports, 1946

Box 196   Folder 3

Status and problems of declassification, 1946-1947

Box 196   Folder 4

Classified material, 1944, Victoreen survey meter test, 1947-1953

Sub-subseries 3: Research on materials and counters

Box 196   Folder 5

Geiger-Mueller tubes, industrial products, notes, 1943-1947

Box 196   Folder 6

Data on low-voltage halogen counters, U.S. Navy publication, ca. 1945

Box 196   Folder 7

Industrial products and electrical components, 1944-1945

Box 196   Folder 8

Sketches for machine shop, ca. 1945

Box 196   Folder 9

E. H. Segre isotope chart, 1945

Box 196   Folder 10

Preparation of glass counters, ca. 1945

Box 196   Folder 11

Mass-energy-Hp curves, 1946

Box 196   Folder 12

Counters, miscellaneous, 1946

Box 196   Folder 13

Memos from R. W. Cole, 1946

Box 196   Folder 14

Ion tube characteristics at "sensitive volume," British work, 1947

Box 196   Folder 15-16

Characteristic curves of G-M counters, 1947-1948

Box 196   Folder 17

Low voltage G-M counter action, 1947

Sub-subseries 4: Writings on radiation counters

Box 196   Folder 18

Air proportional counters, manuscript, ca. 1943

Box 196   Folder 19

Air proportional counters, declassification, 1946-1947

Box 196   Folder 20

Air proportional counters, figures, 1948

Box 196   Folder 21

"Project #1," proportional alpha counter, tests, drawings, photographs, 1944-1945

Box 196   Folder 22

"Project #1," proportional alpha counter, laboratory notebook, 1944

Box 197   Folder 1

"Preliminary Manufacturing Specifications for the Simpson Proportional Alpha Counter Model 1C," shop drawings, 1944

Box 197   Folder 2

"Preliminary Manufacturing Specifications for the Simpson Proportional Alpha Counter Model 1C," revised shop drawings, 1944

Box 197   Folder 3

"Brief Review of G-M Counters," counter bibliography, "Report on Experiments with Proportional Counters," by Letitia del Rosario, ca. 1945

Box 197   Folder 4

Figures and characteristic curves for counters, outline for volume on nuclear physics instrumentation, 1945-1946

Box 197   Folder 5

Figures and negatives for counters, ca. 1945

Box 197   Folder 6

"Low Absorption Boron-Coated Proportional Counter," draft, drawings, photographs, 1945

Box 197   Folder 7

Counter designs, original drawings, 1945

Box 197   Folder 8

Index of counter drawings, ca. 1945

Box 197   Folder 9-11

Drawings of counters and components, 1945-1947

Box 198   Folder 1

Alpha proportional hand counter, photos, slides, ca. 1946

Box 198   Folder 2

"A Precision Alpha Proportional Counter," draft, abstract, declassification, 1946

Box 198   Folder 3

"A Precision Alpha Proportional Counter," methane flow proportional counter, declassification, drafts, photographs, 1944-1947

Box 198   Folder 4

"A Precision Alpha Proportional Counter," figures, drawings, ca. 1945

Box 198   Folder 5

"A Precision Alpha Proportional Counter," draft for talk, ca. 1945

Box 198   Folder 6

"The Theory and Properties of Low Voltage Radiation Counters," manuscripts, figures, ca. 1945

Box 198   Folder 7

"The Theory and Properties of Low Voltage Radiation Counters," original drawings, ca. 1945

Box 199   Folder 1

"The Theory and Properties of Low Voltage Radiation Counters," revisions, slides for lecture presentation, symposium on Geiger counters at Naval Research Lab, Washington, D.C., ca. 1945

Box 199   Folder 2

"The Theory and Properties of Low Voltage Radiation Counters," draft, ca. 1945

Box 199   Folder 3

"The Theory and Properties of Low Voltage Radiation Counters," figures, photographs, ca. 1945

Box 199   Folder 4

"The Theory and Properties of Low Voltage Radiation Counters," notes, data, 1946

Box 199   Folder 5

"The Theory and Properties of Low Voltage Radiation Counters," declassification, 1947

Box 199   Folder 6

"The Theory and Properties of Low Voltage Radiation Counters," abstract and lecture for Naval Research Lab symposium, 1949

Box 199   Folder 7-8

Book on nuclear physics instrumentation, outline, correspondence, 1946-1948

Box 199   Folder 9

"Low Operating Potential Ion counters," American Physical Society, Washington, D.C. May 1, 1947, batteries, miscellaneous

Box 199   Folder 10

Boron trifluoride counter characteristic curves, 1950

Sub-subseries 5: Cosmic ray investigations from aircraft

Box 199   Folder 11

Burst ionization experiment circuits, notes, 1946-1948

Box 199   Folder 12

Data on instrumentation for burst experiments, lab notebook, 1948

Box 199   Folder 13

Latitude experiments for neutrons and mesons, telescope design, notes, 1947

Box 199   Folder 14

Latitude experiments for neutrons and mesons, telescope design, testing, 1947

Box 200   Folder 1

Atmospheric neutron altimeter, 1947

Box 200   Folder 2

BF3 counter characteristic curves, 1947

Box 200   Folder 3

BF3 counters, lab notebook of counter tests, 1947

Box 200   Folder 4

Characteristics of counter arrays, count rate plots, 1948-1949

Box 200   Folder 5

Fast neutron and altitude data, 1947-1948

Box 200   Folder 6

Neutron latitude and altitude curves and charts for publication, ca. 1948

Box 200   Folder 7

Data tables, ca. 1948

Box 200   Folder 8

B-29 flights, correspondence, notes, 1948-1949

Box 200   Folder 9

Navigational books and charts, order receipt, 1949

Box 200   Folder 10

Photographs of B-29 experiments, neutron counters, emulsion array experiment, 1949

Box 200   Folder 11

Neutron density flights, data, correspondence, notes for 1949 equator flight, 1948

Box 200   Folder 12

Neutron density flights, position logs for flights 1-12, 1949

Box 200   Folder 13

Neutron density flights, data, 1949-1950

Box 200   Folder 14

Neutron density flights, nuclear emulsion data, 1949

Box 200   Folder 15

Neutron density flights, enriched Boron counter data, 1948-1949

Box 200   Folder 16

Neutron density flights, figures, ca. 1949

Box 200   Folder 17

Neutron density flights, flights 4-5 over Peru, 1949

Box 200   Folder 18

Neutron density flights, notes on data computation, 1949

Box 200   Folder 19

Neutron density flights, latitude dependence, 1949

Box 200   Folder 20

Neutron density flights, results of flights 13-16, notes on piles, 1949-1951

Box 200   Folder 21

Neutron density flights, results of Experiment II (excepting flights 13-16), notes on piles, 1949

Box 200   Folder 22

Neutron density flights, fast and slow neutron data, 1949

Box 200   Folder 23

Neutron density flights, figures and negatives for Room 371 mounting, 1949

Box 200   Folder 24

Neutron density flights, pressure altimeter calibration problem, AF correspondence, 1949-1950

Box 201   Folder 1

Neutron density flights, pressure-temperature data, 1949

Box 201   Folder 2

Neutron density flights, rechecks, mostly by Molner, from film data, 1949

Box 201   Folder 3

Flights, original ion chamber data, correspondence, 1949

Box 201   Folder 4

Altitude data at different lambdas, final data normalizing curve, 1949

Box 201   Folder 5

Questions and calculations regarding ion chambers, January 1950

Box 201   Folder 6

Chart of geomagnetic coordinates of magnetic equator, ca. 1950

Box 201   Folder 7

Conversion table of latitude and longitude to geomagnetic coordinates, ca. 1950

Box 201   Folder 8

Operation of roto-converter and power requirements, ca. 1950

Box 201   Folder 9

Office of Naval Research, balloon flights, progress report, Holloway correspondence, paper drafts, 1949

Box 201   Folder 10

Office of Naval Research, quarterly progress reports on and results of projects, 1950-1951

Box 201   Folder 11

Office of Naval Research, second quarterly report, contracts, 1950-1953

Box 201   Folder 12-13

AF research, project proposals, correspondence, 1948-1959

Box 201   Folder 14

AF research, portable neutron counter design, correspondence, 1950

Box 201   Folder 15

AF research, note on request for aircraft, 1950

Box 201   Folder 16

AF research, data, counter characteristics, 1950

Box 201   Folder 17

AF research, correspondence, 1950

Box 201   Folder 18

AF research, data graphs, March-August 1951

Box 202   Folder 1

AF research, analysis of local neutron production, experimental layout, 1951

Box 202   Folder 2

AF research, jet flight plans and details on flights proposed, Canadian flights, 1951

Box 202   Folder 3

AF research, quarterly project reports, photographs of instruments, 1951-1952

Box 202   Folder 4

AF research, annual report, 1953

Box 202   Folder 5

AF research, Air Force Geophysics Research Directorate, project proposals, correspondence, 1954-1959

Box 202   Folder 6

Weather Bureau data, Peru, 1950

Box 202   Folder 7

Transition effect, data, reports, 1950

Box 202   Folder 8

Transition effect measurements, 1951

Box 202   Folder 9

Mexico jet flight plans, correspondence, 1951

Box 202   Folder 10

Material for scintillation counter experiments, correspondence, 1951-1953

Box 202   Folder 11

Material for scintillation counter experiments, notes, 1953

Box 202   Folder 12

Temperature effects on instruments, 1951-1952

Box 203   Folder 1

Pressure-sensing instruments, notes, 1952-1953

Box 203   Folder 2

Pressure-altitude curves, 1953

Box 203   Folder 3

Purchase of neutron sources for counter calibration, 1953-1955

Box 203   Folder 4

Radiation sources, receipts, 1953-1959

Box 203   Folder 5

Radiation sources, data on alpha, beta, and gamma sources, 1948-1961

Box 203   Folder 6

Commercial counters, circuit diagrams, correspondence, 1952-1954

Box 203   Folder 7

William H. Fonger lectures on cosmic rays, neutron monitor data, correspondence, 1953, 1958

Box 203   Folder 8

Ionization chart data, Huancayo, Peru, ca. 1954

Box 203   Folder 9

Neutron monitors, correspondence, correction tables, 1954

Box 203   Folder 10

Counting rate meter for neutron flares, 1954

Box 203   Folder 11

B(CH3)3 research, 1954

Box 203   Folder 12

CH4 counter telescope design, notes, 1956

Box 203   Folder 13

Proportional counter experiments, Letitia Del Rosario experiment, correspondence, 1956

Box 203   Folder 14-15

Neutron detection, figures, graphs, ca. 1956

Box 204   Folder 1-2

Project "Tan Glove," RF-80 blueprints, 1951

Box 204   Folder 3

Project "Tan Glove," comparison of "Tan Glove" and U.S.S. Arneb data, geomagnetic equator tables, figures, notes, 1956

Box 204   Folder 4

Project "Tan Glove," plans, correspondence, 1956

Box 204   Folder 5

Project "Tan Glove," confidential correspondence, flight plans, 1956

Box 204   Folder 6

Project "Tan Glove," George J. Ott correspondence, blueprints of RB-47 and KC-97, 1956-1957

Box 205   Folder 1

Project "Tan Glove," route planning, correspondence, report on installation of neutron monitor, 1956-1957

Box 205   Folder 2

Project "Tan Glove," letters of appreciation to AF personnel, 1956-1957

Box 205   Folder 3

Project "Cosmic 67," correspondence, 1957-1958

Box 205   Folder 4

Project "Cosmic 67," preliminary report to Strategic Air Command, March 21, 1958

Box 205   Folder 5

Reports on IGY project 2.8, "Cosmic 67" jet flights and Prince Albert balloon flights, correspondence, 1957-1958

Box 205   Folder 6

Latitude flights over Western Europe, flight plan, correspondence, 1957

Sub-subseries 6: Cosmic ray investigations from balloons

Box 205   Folder 7

Proposals for balloon flights near equator, 1949

Box 205   Folder 8

Balloons, telemetry, parachutes, characteristics, brochures, notes, 1950-1953

Box 205   Folder 9

Balloon flights, notes, Office of Scientific Research correspondence, U.S. Army Signal Corps engineering lab reports, 1951-1953

Box 205   Folder 10

Telemetry, balloons, industrial products, 1951-1952

Box 206   Folder 1-2

Telemetry, frequency range requests from Air Research and Development Command, 1952-1960

Box 206   Folder 3

Pressure sensors for balloons, industrial products, 1952-1953

Box 206   Folder 4

Pressure sensors for balloons, photographs of original design, ca. 1952

Box 206   Folder 5

Helium shipment receipts, 1953

Box 206   Folder 6

Magnetic tape recorder for telemetry, brochures, 1953

Box 206   Folder 7

Plastic balloon plans, William J. Otting correspondence, 1953

Box 206   Folder 8

Balloon flight correspondence, manufacturers, Air Coordinating Committee, AF flight restrictions, 1954-1960

Box 206   Folder 9

Balloon flights from Holloman AF base, March 1955

Box 206   Folder 10

NSF funding, contract Y/2.8/69, 1955-1957

Box 206   Folder 11-12

NSF funding, contract Y/2.8/69, supplementary funding, 1957-1959

Box 206   Folder 13

NSF funding, contract Y/2.8/69, supplementary funding, proposal referee reports, 1959-1960

Box 206   Folder 14

Flights from Stagg field, building the balloon launch, funding request from Block Fund, Enrico Fermi Institute, 1956-1957

Box 206   Folder 15

Flights from Stagg field, twenty-pound payload descriptions, 1957-1960

Box 207   Folder 1

Recovery of balloons, 1956-1957

Box 207   Folder 2-3

Balloon supplier correspondence, ten-pound counter package, 1956-1957

Box 207   Folder 4

Proposed north polar expedition, 1957-1958

Box 207   Folder 5

Prince Albert, Canada flights, press releases, customs, correspondence, 1957-1958

Box 207   Folder 6

Balloon equipment, data, reports, Air Force Office of Scientific Research correspondence, 1957-1960

Box 207   Folder 7

Balloon-borne neutron monitor circuits, 1957-1959

Box 207   Folder 8

Papers on primary gamma ray and electronic experiments, notes, commercial products, correspondence, 1957-1961

Box 207   Folder 9

Scintillation and Cerenkov detector work, correspondence, notes, publications, industrial products, 1958-1959

Box 207   Folder 10

Flexonics Research Labs, brochure, ca. 1958

Box 207   Folder 11

Counter circuits for balloons and satellites, pulse height analyzer, 1958-1959

Box 208   Folder 1

"Skyhook" flights, guidelines for application, 1958-1960

Box 208   Folder 2

Balloon flights, AF authorization, waiver for cloud coverage restrictions, correspondence, 1959-1960

Box 208   Folder 3

Balloon flights, proposal to AF, regulations, 1959-1960

Box 208   Folder 4

Balloon flights, Federal Aviation Administration regulations, hearing on guidelines, December 7, 1961

Box 208   Folder 5

Photographs of balloon-borne apparatus, n.d.

Sub-subseries 7: Neutron monitor stations on Navy ships

Box 208   Folder 6

U.S.S. Atka, project planning, "Report on Cosmic Ray Measurements Made on the 1954-1955 Antarctic Cruise of the U.S.S. Atka," photographs, notes, data, correspondence, 1954-1955

Box 208   Folder 7

U.S.S. Atka, photographs of ship, 1954

Box 208   Folder 8

U.S.S. Atka, project planning, correspondence, 1954-1955

Box 208   Folder 9

U.S.S. Atka, counter installation, drawings, correspondence, 1955

Box 208   Folder 10

U.S.S. Atka, barometer and background count reports, 1954-1955

Box 208   Folder 11

Neutron data, Ottawa and nuclear studies, correspondence with Don C. Rose, 1954

Box 208   Folder 12-13

"Latitude Effect of the Cosmic Ray Nucleon and Meson Components at Sea Level from the Arctic to the Antarctic," drafts, Don C. Rose correspondence, 1955-1956

Box 208   Folder 14

"Latitude Effect of the Cosmic Ray Nucleon and Meson Components at Sea Level from the Arctic to the Antarctic, drafts, notes, 1956

Box 208   Folder 15

NSF funding, 1955-1957

Box 208   Folder 16

U.S.S. Glacier, arrangements, correspondence, 1955

Box 208   Folder 17

Antarctic expedition, job specifications for 1956-1957, 1956

Box 208   Folder 18

U.S.S. Arneb, correspondence, USNC-IGY memoranda, applications for monitor operator, 1956-1957

Box 209   Folder 1-2

U.S.S. Arneb, correspondence, route planning, 1955-1958

Box 209   Folder 3

U.S.S. Arneb, correspondence, route planning, NSF grant, 1955-1957

Box 209   Folder 4

U.S.S. Arneb, budgeting, notes, correspondence, 1955-1956

Box 209   Folder 5

U.S.S. Arneb, report of Rochus Vogt, May 25, 1956

Box 209   Folder 6

U.S.S. Arneb, photographs, slides, ca. 1956

Box 209   Folder 7

Press clippings of Antarctic studies, Vanguard, 1957-1958

Sub-subseries 8: Neutron monitor ground stations

Box 209   Folder 8

Monitor design, notebook for neutron intensity meter, 1949

Box 209   Folder 9

Monitor design, drawings of pile components by JAS and A. Hoteko, monitor station layout, 1950-1951

Box 209   Folder 10

Analysis of Chicago neutron monitor data, May-November 1950

Box 209   Folder 11

Neutron monitor data and analysis, 1951-1952

Box 209   Folder 12

Data, miscellaneous, 1951-1958

Box 209   Folder 13

Notes on counters, proton-alpha ratio measurements, reprints, correspondence, 1952-1955

Box 210   Folder 1

BF3 counter design, drawings, reprints, notes, 1952-1953

Box 210   Folder 2

"Table Comparing Methods for Measuring Changes of Primary Cosmic Ray Intensity," notes, ca. 1952

Box 210   Folder 3

Neutron monitor drawings, figures of cosmic ray collisions, data, 1952

Box 210   Folder 4

Media clippings concerning cosmic ray experiments and results, figures, photographs, 1953-1958

Box 210   Folder 5

Neutron monitors, operating instructions, drawings, 1954

Box 210   Folder 6

Neutron monitors, station instruction manual, ca. 1954

Box 210   Folder 7

Neutron monitors, circuit diagrams, barometers, manufacturer correspondence, 1954-1956

Box 210   Folder 8

Neutron monitors, photographs and slides of Sac Peak monitor, ca. 1955-1956

  • 9-10: Neutron monitors, circuit diagrams in Spanish, ca. 1956-1957
Box 210   Folder 11

Neutron monitors, new design ideas, 1962-1964

Box 210   Folder 12

Neutron monitors, correspondence, 1964-1974

Box 211   Folder 1

Neutron monitors, pile photos, n.d.

Box 211   Folder 2

Receipts for cosmic ray data sent to World Data Centers, 1957-1958

Box 211   Folder 3

Pee Wee pulse generator operating instructions, December 1957

Box 211   Folder 4

Super neutron monitor, housing for UC monitor, 1967

Box 211   Folder 5

Super monitor pile, housing, funding, 1967

Box 211   Folder 6

NSF proposal for monitor network support, correspondence, December 1967

Box 211   Folder 7

NSF proposal for monitor network support, correspondence, notes, reports, 1967-1971

Box 211   Folder 8

NSF proposal for monitor network support, correspondence, GA 1440, 1967-1968

Box 211   Folder 9

NSF correspondence, Huancayo, Peru station discontinuation, GA 1440 renewal proposal, 1969-1970

Box 211   Folder 10

GA 1440, final report, February 11, 1972

Box 211   Folder 11

Ad hoc meeting on ground-based cosmic ray monitors, correspondence, 1973

Box 211   Folder 12

Neutron monitor data graphs, formats, 1983 and n.d.

Box 212   Folder 1

Map of stations, n.d.

Box 212   Folder 2

Future locations for monitor stations, n.d.

Box 212   Folder 3

Climax, Colorado and Alaska stations, Robbins Motion Picture Service, aircraft and balloon flights, notes, correspondence, photographs, 1950

Box 212   Folder 4

Climax, Colorado station, high altitude observatory, correspondence, 1950-1960

Box 212   Folder 5

Climax, data viewgraphs, n.d.

Box 212   Folder 6

Climax, Colorado and Sac Peak, New Mexico stations, monitor installation, itineraries, receipts, expenses, notes, 1954

Box 212   Folder 7

Canadian station, correspondence, 1951-1954

Box 212   Folder 8

Huancayo, Peru station, correspondence, 1951-1964

Box 212   Folder 9

Huancayo, Peru station, 1956-1960

Box 212   Folder 10

Huancayo, A. G. Fenton trip to Peru, correspondence, 1956

Box 212   Folder 11

Sac Peak, New Mexico station, correspondence, 1951-1964

Box 212   Folder 12

Sac Peak, postcards, Peru photographs, n.d.

Box 213   Folder 1-2

Mexico City, Mexico station, correspondence, 1951-1962

Box 213   Folder 3

New Zealand station, correspondence, 1953-1954

Box 213   Folder 4

Capri, Italy solar observatory, photograph, correspondence, 1953-1958

Box 213   Folder 5

Durham, New Hampshire, John Lockwood correspondence, 1955

Box 213   Folder 6

Thule, Greenland station, correspondence, 1955-1959

Box 213   Folder 7

Rio de Janeiro neutron monitor data, flare of May 4, 1960

  • Sub-subseries 9: General cosmic ray materials
Box 213   Folder 8

"Note on Cosmic Ray Research and Air Force Research Interests," ca. 1948

Box 213   Folder 9

Reprints and letters received on cosmic rays, 1948

Box 213   Folder 10

R. Ladenburg-W. F. Libby correspondence, 1949

Box 213   Folder 11

Cosmic ray neutron experiments from other labs, JAS annotated reprints, 1949-1951

Box 213   Folder 12

Isophotes of solar corona, 1951

Box 213   Folder 13

Thesis material of John Firor, solar flares, correspondence, 1952-1953

Box 213   Folder 14

Active solar regions chart, correspondence, 1950-1951

Box 213   Folder 15

Alan H. Shapley correspondence, National Bureau of Standards, 1950-1951

Box 213   Folder 16

High altitude observatory memos, correspondence, 1951

Box 213   Folder 17

High altitude observatory memos, quarterly summaries of solar activity, 1951-1953

Box 213   Folder 18

High altitude observatory memos, University of Manchester, Office of Naval Research documents, notes on acceleration mechanisms, 1954-1955

Box 214   Folder 1

German ionization chamber data from Central Radio Propagation Laboratory, 1951

Box 214   Folder 2

Solar magnetic fields, papers, correspondence, 1951-1952

Box 214   Folder 3

Cosmic ray time variations and origin of cosmic radiations, reprints, references, 1951

Box 214   Folder 4

Particle emission and solar spin, studies of data, ca. 1951

Box 214   Folder 5

Auroral physics, correspondence, 1951

Box 214   Folder 6

Figures on solar activity, 1954-1958, n.d.

Box 214   Folder 7

Sun-Earth orbits, Reimar Lust paper, notes on impact zones, 1951

Box 214   Folder 8

B. C. Cook, research, 1951

Box 214   Folder 9

"Specific Neutron Yields from Primary Cosmic Radiation," paper by Sam Tremain with annotations of JAS, ca. 1951

Box 214   Folder 10

Special yield graphs, ca. 1951

Box 214   Folder 11

The measurement of absolute cosmic ray neutron intensity, correspondence, 1951-1952

Box 214   Folder 12

Cosmic ray origins, papers, bibliography, notes, 1951-1954

Box 214   Folder 13

Cosmic ray origins, ideas on origins of variations, Phillip Morrison correspondence, notes, 1954

Box 215   Folder 1

Charged earth arguments, notes, Ferraro correspondence, 1953

Box 215   Folder 2

Transparencies of data figures, ca. 1953

Box 215   Folder 3

Figures of research results, instrument photographs, ca. 1953

Box 215   Folder 4

Photomultiplier tubes, brochures, availability, notes, September 1953

Box 215   Folder 5

Radio noise studies with Australian group data, notes, correspondence, 1953-1954

Box 215   Folder 6

High ion density solar system model, Eugene Parker correspondence, acceleration mechanisms, notes, correspondence, 1954-1955

Box 215   Folder 7

Solar effect current research, notes, correspondence, data, "Solar Flares and the Production of Cosmic Ray Particles," draft of physics colloquium talk, 1954-1955

Box 215   Folder 8

Daily work notes, recurrence questions, miscellaneous, 1954-1956

Box 215   Folder 9

Status of correlation studies, work notes, 1954-1956

Box 215   Folder 10

Papers on statistical methods, ca. 1955

Box 215   Folder 11

Ideas for further exploration, X-ray zero radiography, notes, correspondence, 1955

Box 216   Folder 1

Notes on papers concerned with twenty-seven day recurrence studies and solar regions, 1955

Box 216   Folder 2

Forbush-type decreases, 1955

Box 216   Folder 3

Galactic effects, twenty-four hour variation, discussions, 1955

Box 216   Folder 4

Evidence concerning geocentric hypothesis, notes, 1955-1956

Box 216   Folder 5

Miscellaneous data charts, "The Nature of Primary Cosmic Radiation," by Sam Tremain, 1956-1957

Sub-subseries 10: Solar flare events

Box 216   Folder 6

Special cosmic ray events to be studied, notes, correspondence, 1955-1958

Box 216   Folder 7

Magnetic storms and cosmic rays, data, notes, ca. 1955

Box 216   Folder 8

Solar flare of May 25, 1955, correspondence

Box 216   Folder 9

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, "Solar Flare Cosmic Ray Particles in Excess of 15-BeV Energy," reprints, data, 1956-1957

Box 216   Folder 10

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, Derwood data, Scott E. Forbush paper, 1956

Box 216   Folder 11

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, revised Forbush data, 1956

Box 216   Folder 12

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, correspondence, 1956-1957

Box 216   Folder 13-14

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, correspondence and data from observatories, 1956-1957

Box 216   Folder 15

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, ionospheric effects, correspondence, 1956-1957

Box 216   Folder 16

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, optical and radio noise data, notes, correspondence, 1956

Box 216   Folder 17

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, observations, from USSR, 1956

Box 217   Folder 1

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, Germany, 1956

Box 217   Folder 2

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, Argonne National Laboratory, 1956

Box 217   Folder 3

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1956

Box 217   Folder 4

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, Freiburg, A. Sittkus, 1956

Box 217   Folder 5

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, Jamaica, J. C. Barton, 1956

Box 217   Folder 6

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, India, Vikram Sarabhai, 1956

Box 217   Folder 7

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, London, Harry Elliot, 1956

Box 217   Folder 8

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, Los Alamos, 1956

Box 217   Folder 9

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, New York Times clipping, 1956

Box 217   Folder 10

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, Ottawa, J. Katzman and Don C. Rose, 1956

Box 217   Folder 11

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, Padua, 1956

Box 217   Folder 12

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, Rome, Anna Maria Conforto, 1956

Box 217   Folder 13

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, University of California, Robert Brode and Aurel Goodwin, 1956

Box 217   Folder 14

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, University of New Hampshire, John A. Lockwood, 1956

Box 217   Folder 15

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, University of New Mexico, Robert R. Brown, 1956

Box 217   Folder 16

Solar flare of February 23, 1956, data, pressure-corrected data, procedure for obtaining monthly daily average, n.d.

Box 217   Folder 17

Preliminary studies on the large solar flare effect, 1956-1957

Box 217   Folder 18

"The Solar Cosmic Rays of February 1956 and Their Propagation through Interplanetary Space," drafts, outlines, ca. 1956

Box 217   Folder 19

"The Solar Cosmic Rays of February 1956 and Their Propagation through Interplanetary Space," drafts, figures, notes, 1956

Box 217   Folder 20

"Temporary Increase of Cosmic Ray Intensity Following the Solar Flare of February 23, 1956," Physical Review correspondence, drafts, notes, March 1956

Box 218   Folder 1-2

Notebook of original data, graphs and reduced data from network and foreign stations, viewgraphs, papers from other investigators, correspondence, 1956

Box 218   Folder 3

"Additional Sun-Earth Orbits for Cosmic Ray Particles Required for the Description of Impact Zones During the Solar Flare, February 23, 1956," drafts, 1957

Box 218   Folder 4

Solar event of November 1960, requests for data, December 1960

Box 218   Folder 5

Solar event of November 1960, Hugh Carmichael correspondence, July 21, 1961

Box 218   Folder 6

Solar event of July 18, 1961, Martin A. Pomerantz and S. P. Duggal paper.3 Sub-subseries 11: Writings and lectures on cosmic rays

Box 218   Folder 7

Outlines and prepared talks on cosmic rays, 1947

Box 218   Folder 8-9

"The Nucleonic Component of the Cosmic Radiations," drafts, ca. 1947

Box 218   Folder 10

"Nucleonic Component-Neutron Distribution in the Atmosphere," ca. 1947

Box 218   Folder 11

JAS bibliography, November 19, 1948, October 26, 1952

Box 218   Folder 12

"Neutron Densities in the Atmosphere as a Function of Latitude and

  • Altitude," abstract for presentation at April 29-May 1, American Physical Society meeting, Washington, D.C., 1948-1949
Box 218   Folder 13

"The Production of Nuclear Disintegrations and Neutrons at the Geomagnetic Equator," and "On the Neutrons in the Atmosphere," data, figures, 1948-1949

Box 218   Folder 14

Echo Lake Cosmic Ray Conference, manuscripts, notes, 1949

Box 219   Folder 1

"Nuclear Processes in the Atmosphere," presented at American Institute of Chemists, Chicago, May 6, 1949

Box 219   Folder 2

"On the Production of Neutrons and Its Relationship to the Primary Cosmic Rays," "On the Latitude Dependence of Neutrons and Low-Energy Nuclear Disintegrations," drafts, 1949

Box 219   Folder 3

"On the Neutrons in the Atmosphere," letter to Ralph Lapp, Office of Naval Research, 1949

Box 219   Folder 4

"Nuclear Bursts Produced in the Low Energy Nucleonic Component of the Cosmic Radiations," first draft, data, 1949

Box 219   Folder 5

"On the Latitude Dependence of Nuclear Disintegrations at 30,000 Feet," drafts, tables, 1949

Box 219   Folder 6

"The Change of Cosmic Ray Neutron Intensity Following Solar Disturbances," drafts, 1949-1950

Box 219   Folder 7

"The Experimental Determination of the Location of the Equivalent Dipole Magnetic Field of the Earth," draft, Luke C. L. Yuan correspondence, 1950

Box 219   Folder 8

"A Solar Component of the Primary Cosmic Radiation," draft, figures, 1951

Box 219   Folder 9

Local neutron production in elements, flight checklists, data, notes, 1951-1953

Box 219   Folder 10

John Firor correspondence regarding "Cosmic Ray Neutron Production in Elements as a Function of Latitude and Altitude," 1952

Box 219   Folder 11

"Cosmic Ray Intensity-Time Variations and Their Origin," Paper I, draft, notes, reprints, 1952-1953

Box 219   Folder 12

"Cosmic Ray Intensity-Time Variations and Their Origin," draft, December 1952

Box 219   Folder 13

"Cosmic Ray Intensity-Time Variations and Their Origin," Paper III, "The Origin of 27 Day Variations," n.d.

Box 219   Folder 14

"Cosmic Ray Intensity-Time Variations and Their Origin," Paper I, work notes, data, n.d.

Box 220   Folder 1

"Cosmic Ray Intensity-Time Variations and Their Origin," Paper I, work notes, data, 1952

Box 220   Folder 2

"Cosmic Ray Intensity-Time Variations and Their Origin," paper V, "The Daily Variation of Intensity," drafts, reprints, notes, correspondence, 1952-1953

Box 220   Folder 3

"Evidence of a Solar Cosmic Ray Component Obtained from the Cosmic Ray Nucleonic Component," paper prepared for The Solar System, volume I, correspondence, galley proofs, 1952-1953

Box 220   Folder 4

"On the Origin of the Low Energy Cutoff in the Cosmic Radiation Energy Spectrum," spiral arm magnetic fields, notes, 1952-1953

Box 220   Folder 5

"Properties of the Low Energy Nucleonic Component at Large Atmospheric Depths," with W. C. Fagot, work notes, draft, 1953

Box 220   Folder 6

"Cosmic Ray Neutron Production in Elements as a Function of Latitude and Altitude," drafts, data, 1953

Box 220   Folder 7

"Production of Cosmic Rays at the Sun," draft, notes, correspondence, 1953-1954

Box 220   Folder 8

"The Relative Rates of Local Neutron Production in Uranium and Lead from the Cosmic Radiation," with W.C. Fagot, transparencies, correspondence, 1954

Box 220   Folder 9

Twenty-four hour variation, current research, file 2, notes on possible models, data, figures, 1954

Box 220   Folder 10

Twenty-four hour variation, Anna Maria Conforto correspondence, notes, data, 1955-1957

Box 220   Folder 11

"The 24-Hour Intensity Variation of the Primary Cosmic Rays," figures, graphs, 1955-1957

Box 221   Folder 1

Twenty-seven day variation, current research, file 2, notes, 1954

Box 221   Folder 2

Twenty-seven day variation, correlation with solar activity, notes, 1954

Box 221   Folder 3

"The Physical Society Spring Meeting on Nuclear Physics," technical report ONRL-29-54, 1954

Box 221   Folder 4

Changes in the low-energy cutoff between 1948 and 1954, flight plans, notes, maps, instrument drawings, photographs, correspondence, 1954-1955

Box 221   Folder 5

"Changes in the Low Energy Particle Cutoff and Primary Spectrum of Cosmic Rays," aircraft flights, longitude curves, preprints, draft, 1956

Sub-subseries 12: Non-cosmic ray miscellanea

Box 221   Folder 6

Proposal for Korean War, identification of enemy aircraft, 1951

Box 221   Folder 7

Plasmas, magnetic fields, thermonuclear reactions, notes, 1956

Box 221   Folder 8

Notes on cloud detection, n.d.

Subseries 2: Early Spacecraft

Sub-subseries 1: Pioneer II

Box 222   Folder 1

Pioneer II, Explorer VI, Able 3 and 4, correspondence, 1958-1960

Box 222   Folder 2

Pioneer II, Able IV, publicity, design sketches, drawings, testing, 1958-1960

Box 222   Folder 3

Meeting and discussion notes, Pioneer I report, instrument photographs, 1958-1959

Box 222   Folder 4

Data from lunar probe, November 8, 1958, Midwest Conference on Cosmic Rays, April 10, 1959, instrument block diagram, notes on data interpretation, ca. 1959

Sub-subseries 2: Pioneer V and Explorer VI

Box 222   Folder 5

Neutron monitor correlations, Pioneer V and Explorer VI, miscellaneous data, 1960

Box 222   Folder 6

Resume of count rate data for Pioneer V, ca. 1960

Box 222   Folder 7

"The Cosmic Ray Intensity Gradient in Space during Solar Modulation," draft, neutron monitor data, 1960

Box 222   Folder 8

New York Times Pioneer V articles, reprints, NASA documents, 1960, 1987

Box 222   Folder 9

New York Times articles concerning results of and experiments with Pioneer V, 1960

Box 222   Folder 10

NASA news releases, Pioneer V, photos, April 1960

Box 222   Folder 11

JAS statement on Pioneer V, Able 4 charts, 1960

Box 223   Folder 1

Pioneer V, data tables, 1960

Box 223   Folder 2

Pioneer V, basic corrected data, 1960

Box 223   Folder 3

Pioneer V, logbook, 1960

Box 223   Folder 4

Pioneer V, TRW documents, JGR reprints, 1960-1965

Box 223   Folder 5

Explorer VI, data notebook, volume 30, 1959

Box 223   Folder 6

Explorer VI, data notebook, volume 4, count rates, September 1-16, passes 47-76, 1959

Box 224   Folder 1

Explorer VI, "Final Report, Explorer VI Definitive Orbit," Space Technology Laboratories (STL), June 25, 1962

Sub-subseries 3: Able 3 and 4

Box 224   Folder 2

Able 3 and 4, NASA contracts, STL meetings, AF correspondence, 1957-1960

Box 224   Folder 3

Able 3 and 4, Venus probe, proposals, STL meeting notes, 1959

Box 224   Folder 4

Able 3 and 4, STL meetings, data reduction, Pioneer II and IV, 1959

Box 225   Folder 5

Able 3 and 4, Explorer VI, instrument testing, notes, correspondence, 1959-1960

Box 225   Folder 6

Able 3 and 4, STL meeting, May 19, 1959

Box 225   Folder 7

NASA funding correspondence, "Outline for Data Acquisition for the Able 3 and Able 4 Program as Well as Methods for Determining Data Acquisition during Solar Active Periods," drafts, 1959

Box 225   Folder 8

Able 3, calibrated digital data, n.d.

Box 225   Folder 9

Able 3, STL ground station documents, 1959

Box 225   Folder 10

Able 4, testing, press releases, 1959

Box 225   Folder 11

STL correspondence, Able flights for 1960, miscellaneous, 1960

Box 225   Folder 1

Ground station document, Able 4, Thor, March 1960

Box 225   Folder 2

"Project Able 4 Final Mission Report," STL, May 1961

Box 225   Folder 3

Able 3 and 4, miscellaneous, n.d.

Sub-subseries 4: Able 5

Box 225   Folder 4

Able V, Explorer VI, Pioneer V, Ranger, notes, correspondence, publicity, data exchange, 1959-1960

Box 225   Folder 5

Able V, STL ground station document, data handling, correspondence, memos, 1960

Box 225   Folder 6

Able V, NASA correspondence, data handling and formatting, instrument testing, Explorer VI, second JAS experiment on Able VB, 1960-1961

Box 225   Folder 7

Able VB, failure of lunar shot, December 1960

Box 225   Folder 8

Able VB, STL ground station document, correspondence, 1960-1961

Sub-subseries 5: Ranger I and II

Box 226   Folder 1

New probes with JPL, Ranger, Vega, parts lists, JPL personnel, schedules, 1959-1960

Box 226   Folder 2-3

Ranger I-II, trajectory, JPL correspondence, schedules, meetings, press releases, 1960-1962

Box 226   Folder 4-5

Ranger I-II, NASA and JPL documents, 1960-1961

Box 227   Folder 1

Ranger I-II, instrument testing and calibration, 1960-1961

Box 227   Folder 2

Ranger I-II, data acquisition and reduction, 1960-1961

Box 227   Folder 3

Ranger I-II, photographs, trajectory figure, n.d.

Sub-subseries 6: Discoverer

Box 227   Folder 4

Correspondence regarding Discoverer program, Advent satellite, Blue Scout rockets, Ranger news clippings, 1960-1962

Box 227   Folder 5

Discoverer satellites, memos, offer of payload space, instrument descriptions and photo, schedules, data acquisition, CRM 4-6 tests, 1961-1962

Box 227   Folder 6

instrument drawings and photographs, payload interface, CRM-8, testing and data acquisition, 1961

Box 227   Folder 7

Lockheed testing of CRM 5-6, memos, 1961

Box 227   Folder 8

Lockheed-UC agreement, correspondence, 1961

Box 227   Folder 9

Discoverer 28 and 31, data acquisition, 1961

Box 227   Folder 10

Discoverer 31 (vehicle 1114), correspondence with other experimenters, data acquisition, CRM-6b data reduction, instrument description, 1961-1962

Box 227   Folder 11

NASA press releases, international satellite and space probe summaries, including Discoverer satellites, 1961-1962

Box 227   Folder 12

Discoverer experiment, AFCRL, Astronetic Research, Inc., correspondence, instrument description, drawings, sketches, schedules, 1962

Box 228   Folder 1

Iowa group reprints, data, memos, 1962-1963

Box 228   Folder 2

Correspondence, reprints, 1962

Box 228   Folder 3

Memos, research papers, 1962-1965

Sub-subseries 7: Blue Scout rockets

Box 228   Folder 4

Meeting with Air Force Special Weapons Center (AFSWC) officials, descriptions of Vela Hotel and Hyper-Environmental Test System programs, 1960-1961

Box 228   Folder 5

Draft of experiment proposal, correspondence, 1961-1962

Box 228   Folder 6

AFOSR, ASD correspondence, 1961-1962

Box 228   Folder 7

AFSWC correspondence regarding rocket design, drawings, 1961

Box 228   Folder 8

Industrial products, Cook Technology Center, Telemetry Sales and Engineering, 1961

Sub-subseries 8 : S-3 and S-64a 24-hour satellites

Box 228   Folder 9

Proposals, drawings, correspondence, 1961

Sub-subseries 9: Surveyor

Box 228   Folder 10

Surveyor lunar-alpha experiment, drawings, JPL-UC correspondence, 1963-1964

Box 228   Folder 11

Memoranda of agreement between NASA and principal investigators of Surveyor and Mariner `64, 1963-1966

Sub-subseries 10: Pioneer 6 and 7-general

Box 229   Folder 1

Proposal, 1963

Box 229   Folder 2

NASA-experimenter agreements, 1963

Box 229   Folder 3

Correspondence, coordination meetings, proposals, 1963-1966

Box 229   Folder 4

Meetings, 1963-1965

Box 229   Folder 5

Interface with spacecraft, 1963

Box 229   Folder 6

Launch plans and procedures, 1963-1964

Box 229   Folder 7

Correlation studies, 1964

Box 229   Folder 8-10

Data handling, project memos and correspondence, TRW and NASA documents, 1964-1966

Box 230   Folder 1

Instrument description, ground support equipment (GSE), ARC correspondence, April-July 1964

Box 230   Folder 2

Time schedules, correspondence, 1964-1966

Box 230   Folder 3

Project scientist lists, testing, finances, memos, correspondence, schedules, 1965-1966

Sub-sub-subseries 1: Pioneer 6 and 7-design and testing

Box 230   Folder 4

Instrument design, 1963-1965

Box 230   Folder 5

Design documents and drawings, 1963-1965

Box 230   Folder 6

Magnetic and weight problems, 1963-1965

Box 230   Folder 7

Test procedures, memos, correspondence, UC test documents, 1964-1966

Box 230   Folder 8

Telescope assembly drawings, 1964

Box 231   Folder 1-2

Flight plans, design drawings, 1964-1965

Box 231   Folder 3

Scintillator, cyclotron runs, 1964

Box 231   Folder 4

Test and flight data analysis, 1964

Box 231   Folder 5

Power supply, design, testing, 1964

Box 231   Folder 6

Pioneer prototype and cyclotron tests, 1964-1965

Box 231   Folder 7

Pioneer prototype and cyclotron tests, correspondence, March-July 1965

Box 231   Folder 8

Design Verification Unit, cyclotron tests, 1964-1965

Box 231   Folder 9

Design Verification Unit, tests, 1964-1965

Box 231   Folder 10

Design Verification Unit, muon tests, 1965

Box 231   Folder 11

First flight unit testing, 1965

Box 231   Folder 12

First flight unit testing, March-May 1965

Box 231   Folder 13

First flight unit testing, final calibration, 1965

Box 231   Folder 14

Second flight unit testing, May-November 1965

Box 232   Folder 1

Pioneer A log book copy, 1965-1967

Box 232   Folder 2

Pioneer flight unit number 3, modifications, specifications, layout drawings, 1965

Box 232   Folder 3

Angular position studies, 1965

Box 232   Folder 4

Pt absorber activation, 1965

Box 232   Folder 5

TRW spacecraft integrated test document, 1966

Box 232   Folder 6

Tests with radioisotope thermoelectric generators (RTG), 1966-1969

Sub-sub-subseries 2: Pioneer 6 and 7-post-launch

Box 232   Folder 7-8

RTG tests, telemetry, data, correspondence, 1964-1970

Box 232   Folder 9

Pioneer A and B, telescope performance, Don Gerhart analysis, 1964

Box 232   Folder 10

Ground support equipment, 1964-1966

Box 232   Folder 11

Tracking operations, 1965-1966

Box 233   Folder 1

Tracking operations, correspondence, memos, 1969

Box 233   Folder 2

Trajectory, 1965

Box 233   Folder 3

Pioneer A, trajectory, problems, July-August 1965, meeting at STL, July 12-13, 1965

Box 233   Folder 4

Pioneer A, post-launch operating procedures, 1965

Box 233   Folder 5

Launch and experiment reports, 1965-1966

Box 233   Folder 6

Pioneer B, schedules, 1966

Box 233   Folder 7

Pioneer A and B post-launch data analysis contract NAS2-3876, correspondence, 1966-1968

Box 233   Folder 8

Pioneer 6, experimenter's data exchange, 1966

Box 233   Folder 9

Pioneer 6 and 7 telemetry coverage, 1967, experimenter coordination meeting, October 31, 1967

Box 233   Folder 10

Pioneer 6 and 7 telemetry coverage, spiral radio experiment, memos, notes, JPL memos, 1969

Box 233   Folder 11

Pioneer 6 and 7 telemetry coverage, Norman Ness data, August 1970

Box 233   Folder 12

Pioneer 6 and 7 telemetry coverage, memo on current status, 1972

Box 233   Folder 13

Pioneer 7, solar flare of August 28, 1966

Box 233   Folder 14

Pioneer 7, data exchange, 1967-1968

Box 233   Folder 15-16

Pioneer 7, "Relativistic Electrons Confined within the Neutral Sheet of the Geomagnetic Tail," notes, drafts, 1968

Box 234   Folder 1

drafts, correspondence, 1968

Sub-sub-subseries 3: Pioneer 6 and 7-Ames Research Center (ARC) and Space Technology Laboratories (STL) technical documents

Box 234   Folder 2

ARC, spacecraft and associated ground equipment specifications, December 1963

Box 234   Folder 3

ARC, spacecraft and associated ground equipment specifications, revisions, 1963-1964

Box 234   Folder 4

ARC, scientific instrument specification, original issue, August 1963

Box 234   Folder 5

ARC, UC cosmic ray experiment, detailed experiment test, master test procedure, revisions, 1965

Box 234   Folder 6

ARC, document revisions, Pioneer 6 data, 1966-1967

Box 235   Folder 1

STL, UC cosmic ray experiment integration, January 15, 1965

Box 235   Folder 2

Prototype calibration runs, February 5, 1965

Box 235   Folder 3

Cyclotron beam calibrations, June 1966

Box 235   Folder 4-5

ARC, Pioneer 6 technical bulletins, n.d.

Box 235   Folder 6

NASA News, Pioneer 6 to 9, n.d.

Box 235   Folder 7

Telemetry coverage charts, lantern slides, n.d.

Sub-subseries 11: Miscellaneous or general files

Box 236   Folder 1

Telescope response curves, JPL, n.d.

Box 236   Folder 2

STL, n.d.

Box 236   Folder 3

Science articles, correspondence about nuclear testing, satellite projects, 1955-1960

Box 236   Folder 4

Papers on satellites and the need for earth satellites, 1956 and n.d.

Box 236   Folder 5

Satellites, Explorer I, Sputnik, notes, correspondence, Von Braun-Stuhlinger and James Van Allen discussions, USNC-IGY, 1957-1958

Box 236   Folder 6

Satellite experiment proposals, notes, drafts, correspondence, 1957-1958

Box 236   Folder 7

Satellite and lunar experiments of UC and Chicago Midway Laboratories, Ranger, Able 5, Ball Company, Lucien Biberman memos, James Van Allen discussions, memos, NASA, SSB, AF, and IGY correspondence, 1957-1961

Box 236   Folder 8

USNC-IGY Earth Satellite Program, correspondence, memos, 1958

Box 236   Folder 9

NASA and SSB correspondence on funding for Able and future projects, 1958-1959

Box 237   Folder 1

Chicago Midway Laboratories, "Satellite Instrumentation for Cosmic Ray Studies at the University of Chicago," rough draft, n.d.

Box 237   Folder 2

Instructions for use of proton beam from synchrocyclotron for calibration of space flight experiments, n.d.

Box 237   Folder 3

STL correspondence, OGO, space physics book, Explorer VI, Pioneer V, data exchange, data reduction, instrument testing, NASA program summary, 1958-1965

Box 237   Folder 4

of flight worthy instruments available from previous shots, 1961

Box 237   Folder 5

Available space vehicles, NASA correspondence, Atlas instrument pods, memos on General Electric, AFSWC correspondence, inventory of flight worthy payloads, notes, 1961-1963

Box 237   Folder 6

Space program plans, mission schedules for 1963-1965, notes, Pioneer 1964-1965 proposal, 1963

Box 237   Folder 7

Time schedule of existing space experiments 1964-1966, Pioneer, POGO, EGO, OGO, notes, correspondence, 1964

Box 237   Folder 8

List of members of UC Cosmic Ray Group related to International Year of the Quiet Sun program for 1964

Box 237   Folder 9

Brief summary of recent research for Wilmot Hess, December 1964

Box 237   Folder 10

Spacecraft opportunities, application technology satellite program, Apollo, energetic particles experiment satellite series, 1964-1969

Box 237   Folder 11

New circuit principles for space experiments, commercial components, memos, correspondence, articles, 1965-1966

Box 237   Folder 12

Apollo A/O, 1966

Subseries 3: Pioneer 10 and 11

Sub-subseries 1: Mission planning

Box 238   Folder 1-4

Brochures and reports on planned Jupiter probe, 1965-1968

Box 238   Folder 5

Proposal documents, letter of inquiry, notes, correspondence, 1967-1968

Box 238   Folder 6

Pioneer Venus swingby mission, TRW document, ca. 1967

Box 238   Folder 7

NASA and TRW promotional documents, NASA News, photographs of planets, 1967-1972

Box 238   Folder 8

NASA and TRW promotional documents, NASA News, 1970-1973

Box 238   Folder 9

Asteroid/Jupiter mission letter of inquiry, July 11, 1968

Box 238   Folder 10

Correspondence with NASA, notes on telescope design, radiation damage studies, instrument shutter, 1968

Box 239   Folder 1-2

Pioneer F and G proposal, notes on telescopes, 1968-1969

Box 239   Folder 3-4

ARC letters and documents for contract, project memoranda, 1968-1969

Box 239   Folder 5-6

Original proposal, volumes I and II, acceptance by NASA, supplemental proposal, 1968-1969

Box 239   Folder 7

Instrument description, revised proposal, 1969

Box 239   Folder 8

Trajectory information, April 1969

Box 239   Folder 9

Notice of award of contract, July 1969

Box 239   Folder 10

Correspondence, letter of contract acceptance, RTG matters, design constraints, 1969-1970

Box 240   Folder 1

Documents for Pioneer F and G coordination meeting of November 1969, design constraints, October 1969

Box 240   Folder 2-3

Pioneer F and G, proposal, November 25, 1969

Box 240   Folder 4

Pioneer F and G, scheduling, notes, 1970

Box 240   Folder 5-7

Pioneer F and G, correspondence, memoranda, 1970-1973

Box 240   Folder 8-9

Pioneer F and G, targeting at Jupiter, July-November 1971

Box 240   Folder 10

Jupiter radiation belt workshop, July 1971

Box 240   Folder 11

Jupiter radiation belt workshop, papers presented, 1971

Box 240   Folder 12

Materials for presentations to NASA project office, IMP H, data processing, instrument photographs, ca. 1971

Sub-subseries 2: Instrument design

Box 241   Folder 1

Photofission literature, 1968

Box 241   Folder 2

Charged particle telescope design, drawings, schedules, power converter design, 1969-1970

Box 241   Folder 3

Main telescope electronic block design drawings, 1969-1970

Box 241   Folder 4

Power converter design, 1970-1971

Box 241   Folder 5

Proton fission detector design, 1970

Box 241   Folder 6

Telescope detector logic configuration, 1970

Box 241   Folder 7-8

Small telescope, revised drawings, RTG radiation problem, 1970

Box 241   Folder 9

Coordination meetings, February-July 1970

Box 241   Folder 10

Notes, 1970

Box 242   Folder 1

Mechanical layout drawings, 1970

Box 242   Folder 2

Fission foils, layout, 1970

Box 242   Folder 3

Howitzer design (old), 1970

Sub-subseries 3: Instrument construction and testing

Box 242   Folder 4

First coordination meeting, documents, April 1969

Box 242   Folder 5

Instrumentation interface documents, 1969-1970

Box 242   Folder 6

Parts and materials, selection and approval, scientific instruments, 1969-1970

Box 242   Folder 7-8

Specifications for display of test data, 1969-1970

Box 242   Folder 9

Design and testing, 1969-1971

Box 243   Folder 1

Coordination meeting, June 25-26, 1970, letters and memoranda on technical details, 1969-1970

Box 243   Folder 2

RTG problem, design, October-November 1969

Box 243   Folder 3

RTG problem, UC tests of RTG radiation, 1969

Box 243   Folder 4

RTG problem, alternatives, 1969-1970

Box 243   Folder 5-6

RTG problem, TRW Systems Group documents, 1969-1970

Box 243   Folder 7

RTG problem, JAS report, November 17, 1969

Box 243   Folder 8

RTG problem, JPL meeting, 1969-1970

Box 243   Folder 9

RTG problem, ANL report on RTG shielding problems, June 1970

Box 243   Folder 10

RTG problem, radiation damage studies, January-April 1970

Box 243   Folder 11

RTG problem, modification costs, July 7, 1970

Box 243   Folder 12

RTG problem, radiation damage, 1970-1971

Box 243   Folder 13

RTG problem, radiation levels, calibration, 1971

Box 243   Folder 14

RTG problem, radiation characteristics, 1970-1971

Box 244   Folder 1

GSE users manual, 1970

Box 244   Folder 2

Missions operations material from Gordon Lentz, 1970

Box 244   Folder 3

Pioneer F and G instrument description, 1970

Box 244   Folder 4

Instrument-spacecraft integration, 1970

Box 244   Folder 5

Parts screening problems, memos, January-April 1970

Box 244   Folder 6

Quality control, February-April 1970

Box 244   Folder 7

NASA-project team interface questionnaire, March 4, 1970

Box 244   Folder 8

Design Verification Unit (DVU) instrument, engineering model spacecraft tests, 1970-1971

Box 244   Folder 9

Test procedures, 1970-1972

Box 245   Folder 1

Test procedures, program generator, miscellaneous, 1970-1971

Box 245   Folder 2

Test requirements, 1970

Box 245   Folder 3

Mechanical tests, DVU, 1970

Box 245   Folder 4-6

Testing, 1970-1971

Box 245   Folder 7

Thermal problems, June 1970

Box 245   Folder 8

Electron Current Detector (ECD), thermal analysis, October 1970

Box 245   Folder 9

Electron Current Detector (ECD), radiation damage studies, 1970

Box 245   Folder 10

Electron Current Detector (ECD), tests, 1970

Box 245   Folder 11

Fission cell system, 1970-1971

Box 245   Folder 12

Pioneer F asteroid analysis, August 1970

Box 245   Folder 13

Pioneer F and G, off-line data processing system description, December 1970

Box 245   Folder 14

Program generator, photos, December 1970

Box 245   Folder 15

Quarterly review, Pioneer F, December 1970

Box 246   Folder 1

Quarterly review, Pioneer F and G, March 3 and 4, 1971

Box 246   Folder 2

Quarterly review, Pioneer F and G, July 22, 1971

Box 246   Folder 3

Quarterly review, Pioneer F and G, November 10, 1971

Box 246   Folder 4

Quarterly review, Pioneer 6 and 11, June 11, 1973

Box 246   Folder 5

Pioneer F (S/N 02) instrument delivery, correspondence, 1971

Box 246   Folder 6

Pioneer G (S/N 03) magnetic acceptance test, July 1971

Box 246   Folder 7-9

ARC documents, spacecraft trajectory, memos, miscellaneous, 1970-1972

Box 246   Folder 10

ARC documents, memos, correspondence, 1972-1973

Box 247   Folder 1

Pioneer fiscal problems, 1970-1971

Sub-subseries 4: Post-launch research, publications, and funding

Box 247   Folder 2

Data processing, March 1971

Box 247   Folder 3

Data processing, proposal from University of Maryland, Joseph J. O'Gallagher, March 1971

Box 247   Folder 4

Data processing, proposal for July 1, 1971-June 30, 1976, April 7, 1971

Box 247   Folder 5

Data processing, letter of agreement to NASA, NASA contract guidelines, June 1971

Box 247   Folder 6

Data processing, Pioneer F, NASA contract, August 12, 1971

Box 247   Folder 7

Data processing, proposal for extended analysis of Pioneer 10 data, May 15, 1973

Box 247   Folder 8

Data processing, proposal for Pioneer 10 data, July 31, 1973

Box 247   Folder 9

Data processing, telescope response characteristics, ca. 1974

Box 247   Folder 10

Data reduction and analysis, proposal for July 1, 1974-June 30, 1975, May 1, 1974

Box 247   Folder 11

Data reduction and analysis, proposal for July 1, 1975-June 30, 1976, May 1, 1975

Box 247   Folder 12

Progress report on data processing and analysis, June 24, 1975

Box 247   Folder 13

Data reduction and analysis, proposal for July 1, 1976-September 30, 1977, April 5, 1976

Box 248   Folder 1

Data reduction and analysis, modification of fiscal year 1979 proposal, 1978

Box 248   Folder 2

Pioneer 10, Jupiter radiation environment, post-launch fission detector behavior, 1970-1972

Box 248   Folder 3

Pioneer 10, memos, NASA correspondence, initial data, 1972

Box 248   Folder 4

Pioneer 10, IMP 7, low energy telescope data during Apollo 17 mission and correlative material, 1973-1975

Box 248   Folder 5

Pioneer 10, interplanetary active regions, Cris Barnes draft, memos, July-October 1975

Box 248   Folder 6

Pioneer 10, corotating proton fluxes, Barnes and JAS letter drafts, notes on references, memos, viewgraphs, 1975-1976

Box 248   Folder 7

Pioneer 10, Jupiter radiation environment, Barnes paper, draft for AGU meeting, Washington, April 12-15, figures, 1976

Box 248   Folder 8

Pioneer 10, Jupiter radiation environment, preparation of papers, related papers, notes, 1965-1976

Box 248   Folder 9

Pioneer 10, Jupiter radiation environment, "Evidence for Interplanetary Acceleration of Nucleons in Corotating Interaction Regions," draft, notes, correspondence, papers from other scientists, 1976

Box 248   Folder 10

Pioneer 10, Jupiter radiation environment, data for long papers, Cris Barnes correspondence, July-August 1976

Box 248   Folder 11

Pioneer 10, Jupiter radiation environment,, correspondence, preprints for review, 1978-1979

Box 248   Folder 12

Pioneer 10, project "Pioneer Challenge," memos, correspondence, NASA interplanetary sciences working group, notes, viewgraphs for telemetry presentation, 1976-1978

Box 249   Folder 1

Pioneer F, flight operations, 1971

Box 249   Folder 2

Pioneer F and G, post-launch disposition of equipment and materials, February-March 1973

Box 249   Folder 3-4

Pioneer G trajectory options, 1973-1974

Box 249   Folder 5-6

Jupiter encounter planning, data acquisition, memos, correspondence, 1972-1974

Box 249   Folder 7

Jupiter encounter planning, basic tables for encounter, September-December 1974

Box 249   Folder 8

Jupiter encounter planning, "Encounter with Jupiter," "Journey to Jupiter," lectures, viewgraphs for ARC press conference, 1975

Box 249   Folder 9

Jupiter encounter planning, lectures on Jupiter's magnetosphere and high energy particles, memos, drafts, 1975-1976

Box 249   Folder 10

Jupiter encounter, drafts of "Dynamics of the Jovian Magnetosphere and Energetic Particle Radiation," Tucson talk, May 21, 1975, Cal Tech talk, March 13, 1975, notes, slides, slide index, papers, viewgraphs, 1975

Box 249   Folder 11

Jovian electron propagation, Leningrad talks, September 1976, Tucson talk, January 1977, figures for Ap J Letters, slides, notes, 1976-1977

Box 250   Folder 1

Jovian electron propagation, 10Be model of particle analysis, notes, lectures, memos, correspondence, slides, 1977

Box 250   Folder 2

Jovian electron propagation, notes, papers, 1977

Box 250   Folder 3

Jovian electron propagation, "Jovian Electron Propagation in the Heliosphere," invited paper for AGU meeting, December 6, 1978, viewgraphs, memos, preprints, 1978

Box 250   Folder 4

Jovian electron propagation, AGU talk of December 6, 1978, Kiel talk outlines, notes, correspondence, slides, notes papers, 1978

Box 250   Folder 5

Jovian electron propagation, slides, viewgraphs, 1979

Box 251   Folder 1

Be isotope papers, APS, April 1975, Munich, August 1974, AAS, December 1975, Ap J Letters of November 1975, IMP 7 and 8, slides, papers, 1974-1975

Box 251   Folder 2

10Be model through 1977, University of Wisconsin talk, February 18, 1977, notes, papers, reprints, figures, slides, 1977

Box 251   Folder 3

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, Saturn ring study team, "The D-Ring-Fact or Fiction," October 1975

Box 251   Folder 4

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, trajectory selection conference, NASA documents, 1975

Box 251   Folder 5

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, trajectory selection conference, correspondence, November 1977

Box 252   Folder 1

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, trajectory options, Saturn's rings, telemetry, meetings, memos, 1978-1979

Box 252   Folder 2

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, Saturn encounter working groups, memos, meetings, encounter data processing, 1978-1979

Box 252   Folder 3

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, staff logistics, Pioneer Saturn-Titan Educators Conference, press release, 1979

Box 252   Folder 4

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, solar flare scan output, August 1979

Box 252   Folder 5

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, NASA documents, Saturn article drafts, 1979

Box 252   Folder 6

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, papers for JGR, preprints from other experimenters, GSFC correspondence, 1979

Box 252   Folder 7

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, meetings, memos, events schedule, 1979-1980

Box 252   Folder 8

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, abstracts, preprints, 1979

Box 253   Folder 1

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, ARC and Herzberg Institute talks, notes, viewgraphs, 1979

Box 253   Folder 2

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, invited lectures, summary of scientific findings, viewgraphs, 1979

Box 253   Folder 3

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, papers, viewgraphs, slides, 1979-1980

Box 253   Folder 4

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, viewgraphs for background information, ca. 1980

Box 253   Folder 5

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, Fermilab talk, March 12, 1980, notes

Box 253   Folder 6-7

Pioneer 11 Saturn encounter, papers collected for JGR, 1980

Box 254   Folder 1

Notes for talks, 1969

Box 254   Folder 2

Slides for popular talks, ca. 1969

Box 254   Folder 3

Pioneer 10, data analysis, NAS 2-5601, NASA newsletter, quality review, correspondence, memos, 1969-1972

Box 254   Folder 4

"Journey to Jupiter," Pioneer F and G talk, outline, notes, Pioneer F plaque photo and slide, NASA brochure, October 1970

Box 254   Folder 5

"Final Technical Report Covering the Design, Development, Fabrication Test and Launch of the University of Chicago Charged Particle Instrument as a Part of Pioneer 10 & 11 Missions," May 1973

Box 254   Folder 6

Tracking, memos, correspondence, 1974-1975

Box 254   Folder 7

Jupiter conference, Tucson, May 21, 1975

Box 254   Folder 8

Proposals, drafts, Joseph J. O'Gallagher proposal, NAS 2-6551, notes, memos, 1974-1982

Box 255   Folder 1

NAS 2-6551, fiscal year 1976 proposal, notes, memos, correspondence, 1975

Box 255   Folder 2

NAS 2-6551, proposal for performance period 7, August 1977

Box 255   Folder 3

NAS 2-6551, proposal for performance period 8, June 1978

Box 255   Folder 4

NAS 2-6551, proposal for performance period 9, July 1979

Box 255   Folder 5

NAS 2-6551, proposal for performance period 10, notes, correspondence, 1980

Box 255   Folder 6

NAS 2-6551, fiscal year 1982 proposal, "Why Is It Vital for NASA to Track Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11," 1981

Box 255   Folder 7

Pioneer 10, NASA review meeting, notes, documents for JAS presentation, January-February 1979

Box 255   Folder 8

NAS 2-11126, fiscal year 1983 proposal, cosmic ray and solar particle investigation, June-August 1982

Sub-subseries 5: ARC technical documents

Box 255   Folder 9

Second Pioneer F and G coordination meeting, November 3-4, 1969, collection of figures

Box 256   Folder 1-3

PC-213, scientific instruments and related requirements, revisions, 1969-1970

Box 256   Folder 4-6

Specification PC-220, spacecraft/scientific instrument, revisions, 1969-1970

Box 257   Folder 1-4

Specification PC-220, spacecraft/scientific instrument, revisions, 1969-1970

Box 257   Folder 5

Project specification PC-280, instrument test procedures, 1970-1971

Box 257   Folder 6

Specification PC-224, ARC/Deep Space Network ground data system interface specification with revisions, 1970-1971

Box 258   Folder 1

Standard P-201, electronic parts screening standard for Pioneer F and G scientific instruments, revisions, 1970-1971

Box 258   Folder 2

Specification PC-264, spacecraft simulator software specification for scientific instruments, July 6, 1970

Box 258   Folder 3

Specification PC-260, EGSE computer programming specifications for scientific instruments, revisions, 1970

Box 258   Folder 4-5

Specification PC-271, Pioneer F, requirements for spacecraft/scientific instrument systems test, revisions, 1970-1972

Box 258   Folder 6

"Particles and Fields Near Jupiter," NASA contractor report, October 1970

Box 259   Folder 1-3

Document PC-202, spacecraft operational characteristics, May 10, 1971

Box 259   Folder 4

Jupiter Radiation Belt Workshop at JPL, July 13-15, 1971, "Trapped Radiation Environment," revisions

Box 259   Folder 5

Document PC-333, Pioneer G mid-course maneuvers operation plan, 1973

Box 259   Folder 6

NASA magnetic dipole coordinates for Pioneer 10 Jupiter encounter, August 7, 1973

Box 259   Folder 7

Document PC-334, Pioneer 11 encounter operations plan, November 1, 1974

Subseries 4: Eccentric Geophysical Observatory (EGO)/Orbiting Geophysical Observatory, (OGO)/Polar Orbiting Geophysical Observatory (POGO)

Sub-subseries 1: OGO-general

Box 260   Folder 1

OGO I, II, and C, bulletins and memos, Pioneer, OGO-C STL experiment interface document and revisions, OGO-II operations reports, GSFC, 1961-1966

Box 260   Folder 2

OGO I, IMP I-III computer usage, LASR computing upgrade, 1964-1966

Box 260   Folder 3

Radiological safety handbook, GSFC, 1962

Box 260   Folder 4

OSO, Advanced OSO, OGO, EGO, Ranger, NASA requests for proposals, A/Os, 1963

Box 260   Folder 5

Proposed OGO data exchange policy, April 22, 1965

Box 260   Folder 6

OGO I and III, GSFC revolutions reports, operations summaries, GSFC experimenter bulletin on observatory interference, 1966

Box 260   Folder 7

OGO A-D, TRW specification experiment interface document, OGO-II operations summary reports, 1966

Box 261   Folder 1

OGO bulletins and reports, OGO 6 and 7, OGO I-III operations summary reports, September-December 1966

Box 261   Folder 2

OGO G proposal, GSFC correspondence, March 1967

Sub-subseries 2: EGO (OGO A and B)

Box 261   Folder 3

EGO and POGO, NASA A/O, Peter Meyer-JAS proposal, notes, 1960

Box 261   Folder 4

EGO and POGO proposals, instrument calibration curves and drawings, 1960-1963

Box 261   Folder 5

EGO and IMP proposals, cost estimates, delivery schedule, 1961-1962, IMP data analysis, 1966

Box 261   Folder 6

Scheduling, design constraints, memos, discussion notes, 1961-1962

Box 261   Folder 7

Detectors, assemblies, industrial diodes, IMP, design, notes, drawings, 1961-1962

Box 261   Folder 8

Instrument testing, NASA correspondence, notes, EGO-Mariner personnel schedule and organization chart, IMP, plans, schedules, 1961-1962

Box 261   Folder 9

OGO working group meeting, April 12, 1962, NASA correspondence, 1962

Box 261   Folder 10

Proton alpha range telescope assembly drawings, 1962

Box 261   Folder 11

Composition telescope drawings, 1962-1963

Box 261   Folder 12

Electronic package, telescope drawings, 1962-1963

Box 261   Folder 13

Block diagrams, notes, 1962

Box 261   Folder 14

Orbital plane experiment package instrument design, drawings, correspondence, 1962

Box 262   Folder 1

Calibration lab notebook, book 1, runs 1-27, 1963

Box 262   Folder 2

Calibration lab notebook, book 2, runs 28-60, 1963

Box 262   Folder 3

Calibration lab notebook, book 3, runs 61-80, 1963

Box 262   Folder 4

OGO-A, preparations for launch, Kennedy Center authorization, experiment bulletins, working group meeting, spacecraft integration and testing, notes, memos, 1963-1964

Box 262   Folder 5

OGO-A, post-launch data, orbit parameters, GSFC revolution reports, experimenter meeting, 1964-1965

Box 263   Folder 1

"OGO A Operations Summary-I," documents, 1964

Box 263   Folder 2

"OGO A Operations Summary-II," 1964

Box 263   Folder 3

"OGO A Operations Summary-III," 1964-1965

Box 263   Folder 4

"OGO-I Operational Summary-V," documents, 1965

Box 263   Folder 5

"OGO-A Operation Summary-VI," 1965-1966

Box 263   Folder 6

NASA memoranda, correspondence, data acquisition, OGO schedules, EGO-1 data, 1964-1968

Box 263   Folder 7

Proposal for funding OGO A and B data analysis, NAS-5-2133, 1964-1965

Box 264   Folder 1

OGO-I, GSFC revolution and operations summary reports, power problems with spacecraft, 1964-1965

Box 264   Folder 2

"OGO-I Revolution Report-2," 1965-1966

Box 264   Folder 3

OGO-B pre-launch documents, instrument testing, memos, OGO-C, experimenter meeting, GSFC documents, 1965-1966

Box 264   Folder 4

OGO B, testing, GSFC documents, data exchange and working group meetings, "popular" version of results, OGO A, 1965-1968

Box 264   Folder 5

OGO-I data exchange, September-December 1966

Sub-subseries 3: POGO-project conception and proposals

Box 264   Folder 6

"Experiments on Polar Orbiting Geophysical Observatory (POGO)," proposal to NASA, with Peter Meyer, October 12, 1960

Box 264   Folder 7

NASA correspondence, spacecraft diagram, "Experimenter's Working Group Transactions," NASA A/O, 1961-1962

Box 264   Folder 8

"Energetic Particle Experiments for Flight on POGO (S-50)," proposal, May 1962, NASA correspondence, cost estimates, proton alpha range telescope drawing, 1962-1963

Sub-subseries 4: POGO-instrument design

Box 265   Folder 1

Drawings, notes, POGO working group meeting notes, Mariner A and B solid state detector telescope drawings, 1960-1964

Box 265   Folder 2-4

Drawings, 1961-1964

Box 265   Folder 5

Drawings, design, working papers, GSFC experimenter bulletins, 1962-1963

Box 265   Folder 6

Block diagrams of low energy proton alpha telescope and ground station equipment, 1963-1964

Sub-subseries 5: POGO-testing, pre-launch work

Box 265   Folder 7-9

POGO, STL documents and interoffice memos, testing guidelines, 1961-1965

Box 266   Folder 1

POGO, trajectory, report for experimenter review sessions, Pioneer correspondence, notes, 1963-1964

Box 266   Folder 2

POGO, flexible format data transmission, STL and GSFC documents, experimenter meetings, correspondence, 1963-1964

Box 266   Folder 3-4

POGO, experiment installation drawings, February 9, 1964

Box 266   Folder 5

POGO, "5008 Experiment Integration Test Procedure," instrument testing at STL, 1964

Box 266   Folder 6

POGO, testing, memos, 1964

Box 266   Folder 7

Data reduction, data type format, data reduction contract extension proposal, October-December 1964

Box 267   Folder 1

Data reduction, GSFC, STL, and LASR documents, 1964-1966

Box 267   Folder 2

POGO, schedules, testing documents, reports, data acquisition, instrument-spacecraft interface, meetings, GSFC and STL correspondence, 1964-1965

Box 267   Folder 3

"OGO-C Combined Spacecraft Instrumentation List and Calibration Book," GSFC, STL report on OGO-I malfunctions, 1964-1965

Box 267   Folder 4

OGO-D, scheduling, GSFC specifications document, 1965

Box 267   Folder 5

OGO-D, scheduling, TRW experimenter bulletin, memo from Edward C. Stone, 1965-1966

Sub-subseries 6: POGO-post-launch

Box 267   Folder 6

OGO-C, memo on spacecraft roll and expected lifetime, OGO-D, October-November 1965

Box 267   Folder 7

OGO-II, TRW operations summary, October 1965

Box 267   Folder 8

OGO-II, GSFC weekly operations reports, OGO-I, OGO-D, 1966

Box 268   Folder 1

OGO-II operations, GSFC correspondence, operations summary reports, experimenter bulletins, 1965-1966

Box 268   Folder 2

OGO-D operations, GSFC experimenter bulletins, OGO-II documents, 1965-1966

Box 268   Folder 3

OGO-II, GSFC weekly operations reports, January-June 1966

Box 268   Folder 4

OGO-D, "Project Operations Requirements," GSFC, post-launch funding, May-August 1967

Box 268   Folder 5

Proposal for OGO III data and operation, August 1970

Box 268   Folder 6

POGO, final data analysis report, December 1971

  • OGO E
Box 268   Folder 7

Proposal, drawings, personnel, instrument description, April-June 1966

Box 268   Folder 8

Proposed experiment for low energy carbon and iron nuclei 1-50 Mev, acceptance letter, instrument diagrams, spacecraft interface information request, radiation damage to solid state detectors, February-June 1966

Box 268   Folder 9

Hi-Z/Lo-E experiment, search for magnetic monopole, drawings, notes, 1966

Box 268   Folder 10

Hi-Z/Lo-E experiment, drawings, instrument calibration curves, 1966-1968

Box 268   Folder 11

Hi-Z/Lo-E experiment, instrument photographs, n.d.

Box 269   Folder 1

Hi-Z/Lo-E experiment, instrument calibration curves, August-October 1966

Box 269   Folder 2

Hi-Z/Lo-E experiment, General Instrument Corporation, correspondence, memos, diagrams, notes, June-July 1966

Box 269   Folder 3

Hi-Z/Lo-E experiment, notes, drawings, weekly meeting reports, July 1966

Box 269   Folder 4

OGO-E, experiment E-27, instrument response curves, GSFC correspondence, testing, noise problems, experimenter meetings, instrument drawings, 1966-1968

Box 269   Folder 5

Instrument testing with accelerator, 1966-1967

Box 269   Folder 6

TRW experimenter bulletins, instrument design modifications, June-August 1966

Box 269   Folder 7

Experimenter meeting, instrument testing, orbital parameters, final experiment checks, memos, correspondence, notes, 1966-1967

Box 269   Folder 8

Experimenter meeting documents, October 30, 1967

Box 270   Folder 1-3

Experimenter meeting, November 1967, instrument drawings, TRW bulletins, testing, data transmittal receipts, inflight calibration, spacecraft reactivation, 1966-1972

Box 270   Folder 4

Figures, 1966-1969

Box 270   Folder 5

OGO-5 working notebook, "#1 Hi-Z Documents," 1966

Box 270   Folder 6

OGO-5 working notebook, "#2 Hi-Z Documents," 1966-1967

Box 270   Folder 7

OGO-5 working notebook, "#3 Hi-Z Documents," 1967

Box 270   Folder 8

OGO-E daily logbook SN-1, 1966-1967

Box 271   Folder 1

OGO-E daily logbook for FU-1 (SN-2), 1967-1968

Box 271   Folder 2

OGO-5 daily orbital logbook, launch, 1971

Box 271   Folder 3

Notebook for "belts and bursts," Antonio Mogro-Compero papers, 1968-1971

Box 271   Folder 4

Data and GSFC data processing plan, 1968-1971

Box 271   Folder 5

"OGO-5 Quiet," correspondence data, 1968-1973

Box 271   Folder 6

Working group meeting, experimenter requests for data, June 1969

Box 271   Folder 7

Notebook for calculations and data from passage through radiation belts, 1969-1970

Box 271   Folder 8

"OGO-5 E-27 Quiet," data, memos, notes, 1970-1973

Box 272   Folder 1

Figures for quiet times, ca. 1970-1973

Box 272   Folder 2

OGO-E, proposal for continued support under NAS 5-9366, 1970-1972

Box 272   Folder 3

OGO-5, research notes on solar-accelerated heavy nuclei, notes, memos, figures, 1970-1971

Box 272   Folder 4

"Enrichment of Very Heavy Nuclei in the Composition of Solar-Accelerated Particles," talk for Lunar Conference on Ancient and Modern Particles, Houston, drafts, referee reports, Ap J correspondence, reprints, 1970-1972

Box 272   Folder 5

"Enrichment of Very Heavy Nuclei in the Composition of Solar-Accelerated Particles," notes, Maurice M. Shapiro correspondence, conference preprints, 1971

Box 272   Folder 6

OGO-E Hi-Z/Lo-E instrument description, drafts, 1972

Box 272   Folder 7

OGO-E Hi-Z/Lo-E instrument description, glossy figures, n.d.

Box 272   Folder 8

OGO-5, data, glossy prints and slides, memos, notes, February-March 1972

Box 272   Folder 9

OGO-E, final technical report on charged particle experiment, NAS 5-9366, May 1973

Box 272   Folder 10

OGO-E, memoranda, May 28, 1969 flare, 1973-1974

Box 272   Folder 11

Paper on quiet times, draft, ca. 1975

Subseries 5: Interplanetary Monitoring Platform (IMP) A-E

Sub-subseries 1: General

Box 273   Folder 1

IMP technical data book, sections 1-9, 1963

Box 273   Folder 2

IMP technical data book, sections 10-14, 1963

Box 273   Folder 3

Procedures-specifications manual, 1964

Box 273   Folder 4

Standards manual, 1964

Box 273   Folder 5

Physical Review, International Geophysics Bulletin, and University of Minnesota reprints, 1955-1964

Box 273   Folder 6

"Summary of Scientific Results from the University of Chicago IMP Satellite Experiments," November 27, 1974

Sub-subseries 2: IMP A (IMP 1)

Box 273   Folder 7

Proposal for "Measuring the Space Gradients of Charged Particle Differential Energy Spectra," August 26, 1960

Box 273   Folder 8

JGR reprints, annotated reprints, Princeton University paper, 1960-1964

Box 274   Folder 1

IMP A and B, Frank B. McDonald correspondence, telemetry, testing, notes, sketches, drawings, 1961-1962

Box 274   Folder 2

IMP-A, Explorer XVIII, notes, data, reprint, 1961-1964

Box 275   Folder 1

IMP A and B, GSFC correspondence, first working group meeting, data reduction, sketches, drawings, February-July 1962

Box 275   Folder 2

IMP A and B, instrument parameters, second working group meeting, instrument design, mission acceptance letter, instrument description, memos, April-August 1962

Box 275   Folder 3

IMP A and B, third IMP working group meeting, data, security clearances, 1962-1964

Box 275   Folder 4

IMP A and B, GSFC documents, launch, 1962-1963

Box 275   Folder 5

JGR and State University of Iowa reprints on Explorer XII, annotated, 1963

Box 275   Folder 6

JGR and State University of Iowa reprints on Explorer XII, electron detection research problems, Peter Meyer paper, Satio Hayakawa correspondence, 1965, n.d.

Box 275   Folder 7

IMP A, status report, launch press releases, quick-look data, 1963, 1965

Box 275   Folder 8

IMP 1, Explorer XVIII, reprints, Goddard report, data sheets, 1963-1964

Box 275   Folder 9

IMP 1, Explorer XVIII, figures, data, 1963-1964

Box 276   Folder 1

JGR and University of Iowa reprints, paper drafts, "Evidence for Particle Acceleration in a Standing Shock Front beyond the Earth's Magnetospheric Boundary," notes, graphs, 1963-1964

Box 276   Folder 2

Cosmic ray spectrum reprints, notes, papers, 1963-1964

Box 276   Folder 3

IMP A, data exchange, proposals, correspondence, data exchange meeting, April-July 1964

Box 276   Folder 4

COSPAR meeting, May 1964, paper, drafts, IMP 1, annotated draft, 1964

Box 276   Folder 5

IMP A, instrument testing, glossy prints, data charts, 1964

Box 276   Folder 6

IMP symposium, slides, March 1964

Box 276   Folder 7

"Evidence from IMP 1 for Electron Acceleration in the Shock Transition Region beyond the Earth's Magnetospheric Boundary," drafts, notes, 1964

Box 276   Folder 8

IMP A papers, plasma instabilities, 1964

Box 276   Folder 9

IMP 1, Goddard reprints, JGR IMP 1 results, paper, data sheets, 1964

Box 277   Folder 1

"Acceleration of Electrons near the Earth's Bow Shock," by J. R. Jokipii and Leverett Davis, JAS referee comments, notes, correspondence, Physical Review reprint, 1964

Box 277   Folder 2

IMP A, data exchange, draft of data policy, August 19, 1964

Box 277   Folder 3

Neutron monitor data for IMP 1, Goddard correspondence, IMP 1 (A) papers, 1964-1966

Box 277   Folder 4

IMP 1 orbit data, correspondence, notes, figures, 1964-1967

Box 277   Folder 5

IMP 1 paper, "He I" and "He II" paper drafts, notes, reprints, graphs, figures, 1964

Box 277   Folder 6

IMP 1 paper, NASA correspondence, Goddard papers, 1965

Box 277   Folder 7

IMP I data, figures, "He II" paper draft, 1964-1965

Box 277   Folder 8

"He I" paper draft, figures, glossy prints, 1965

Box 277   Folder 9

"Acceleration of Particles in the Earth's Shock Transition Region and Beyond," draft, referee reports, JGR correspondence, IMP 1, 1965

Box 277   Folder 10

Annotated reprints, IMP 1, neutral sheet theory, NASA and JGR reprints, 1965-1966

Box 278   Folder 1

IMP A, data exchange, August-December 1966

Box 278   Folder 2

"Electrons within the Neutral Sheet of the Magnetospheric Tail," drafts, notes, reprint, Takashi Murayama correspondence, 1966-1967

Box 278   Folder 3

IMP 1-3, Takashi Murayama correspondence, neutral sheet data, Murayama papers, drafts, 1966-1968

Sub-subseries 3: IMP B (IMP 2)

Box 278   Folder 4

IMP B, operations for launch, personnel, spacecraft operations manual, memoranda, instrument testing, 1964

Box 279   Folder 1

IMP B, GSFC operations plan, drawings, meeting minutes, 1964

Box 279   Folder 2

IMP B and C, post-launch data, IBM data processing, correspondence with NASA and experimenters, IMP C press releases, security clearances, funding, backup launches, OGO, 1964-1966

Sub-subseries 4: IMP C (IMP 3)

Box 279   Folder 3

Schedules, working group meeting 2, instrument calibration, correspondence, 1964-1965

Box 279   Folder 4

Revised IMP, instrument testing, detectors D1 and D2, January 1965

Box 279   Folder 5

Pre-launch tests, April 1965

Box 279   Folder 6

Post-launch reports 1-3, June-July 1965

Box 279   Folder 7

Instrument testing, data charts, 1965-1967

Box 279   Folder 8

Data exchange, International Year of the Quiet Sun solar flare project, December 1966

Box 279   Folder 9

GSFC reports, investigation, 1966-1967

Box 279   Folder 10

Origin of electron spikes as deduced from IMP-III observations, Takashi Murayama correspondence, 1969

Sub-subseries 5: IMP D and E (anchored IMP)

Box 279   Folder 11

IMP D, proposal, budgets, notes, 1963

Box 279   Folder 12

Anchored IMP, proposal and NASA correspondence, 1964

Box 279   Folder 13

Anchored IMP, proposal, feasibility study, January-March 1964

Subseries 6: IMP F and G

Sub-subseries 1: Mission planning and instrument design

Box 280   Folder 1-2

Orbital parameters, spacecraft and booster photos, detector problems, working group meetings, testing, funding, radioactive sources, telemetry, IMP 3 and 4, OGO 5, memos, correspondence, 1964-1969

Box 280   Folder 3

Telescope design, Super IMP, notes, NASA acceptance of experiment, IMP D and E, data acquisition, drawings, correspondence, 1964-1965

Box 280   Folder 4

Instrument and test equipment, notes, drawings, June 7, 1965

Box 280   Folder 5

IMP F, instrument drawings, calibration data, 1965

Box 280   Folder 6

IMP F, design notes, calibration, telemetry, scheduling, 1965

Box 281   Folder 1

IMP F, drawings, 1965-1966

Box 281   Folder 2

IMP F, instrument photographs, February 1966

Sub-subseries 2: Testing and spacecraft interface, telemetry

Box 281   Folder 3

Data telemetry format, GSFC documents, SSB correspondence, July-September 1964

Box 281   Folder 4

Data telemetry format, format description for UC experiment, 1966-1967

Box 281   Folder 5

Cosmos Club, Washington D.C., spacecraft-experiment interface, personnel list, telemetry, instrument diagrams and description, 1964-1965

Box 281   Folder 6

Cosmos Club, contract NAS 5-9090, revised proposal, financial information, March 1965

Box 281   Folder 7

Cosmos Club, IMP 7 and G negotiations, trajectory, costs, March 1965

Box 281   Folder 8

IMP F, data processing, spacecraft interface, 1964-1965

Box 281   Folder 9

Cosmos Club, orbit parameters, instrument performance, testing, electron miniature telescope, drawings, 1965-1968

Box 281   Folder 10

Cosmos Club, ground support equipment (GSE), logic diagrams, description, data analysis, memos, 1965-1968

Box 281   Folder 11

Cosmos Club, December 7, 1965 meeting at GSFC, instrument testing, spacecraft interface, memos, 1965

Box 282   Folder 1

Cosmos Club, data format definition history file, correspondence, 1965-1967

Box 282   Folder 2

Cosmos Club, pre-launch data processing program, correspondence, 1965-1966

Box 282   Folder 3

IMP F and Pioneer angular sectoring experiment, September-October 1965

Box 282   Folder 4

IMP F, telemetry format, November 1965

Box 282   Folder 5

IMP F, telemetry format, GSFC documents, August 1966

Box 282   Folder 6

IMP F, electron studies, proposal, 1965

Box 282   Folder 7

IMP F, stand and bench checkout procedure, n.d.

Box 282   Folder 8

IMP F, data handling, GSE, Pioneer, memos, correspondence, 1965-1966

Box 282   Folder 9

IMP F, inflight calibration, July 30, 1965

Box 282   Folder 10

IMP F, GSE description, September 1, 1965

Box 282   Folder 11

IMP F, working group meeting, December 7, 1965

Box 282   Folder 12

IMP F, orbital information, December 15, 1965

Box 282   Folder 13

IMP F, time schedules, 1965-1966

Box 282   Folder 14

IMP F, UC instrument testing, calibration, 1967

Box 282   Folder 15

IMP F and G, experiment spacecraft interface, diagrams, correspondence, 1964-1967

Box 282   Folder 16

IMP F and G, NAS 5-9090 contract copy, experiment description, January-June 1965

Box 282   Folder 17

IMP F and G, sketch of telescope, Electro-Mechanical Research, Inc. correspondence, OGO F proposal, January-April 1965

Box 282   Folder 18

IMP F and G, power supply, correspondence, 1965-1966

Box 283   Folder 1

IMP F and G, calibration, telescope designs, proposed galactic Jupiter probe, OGO- E, correspondence, NASA and SSB documents, 1965-1968

Box 283   Folder 2

IMP F and G, GSFC "IMP F & G PFM Encoding System Interface Document,"

  • IMP C, memos, 1965-1966
Box 283   Folder 3

IMP F and G, prototype tests, March 8, 1966

Box 283   Folder 4

IMP F and G, instrument calibration, drawings, 1967

Box 283   Folder 5

IMP F and G, testing, memos, correspondence, schedules, budgets, working group meeting report, IMP G modifications, drawings, GSFC documents, 1967-1969

Sub-subseries 3: Post-launch

Box 283   Folder 6

IMP F data description, part 1, 1967, original documents, 1965-1966

Box 283   Folder 7

IMP F data description, part 2, 1967

Box 283   Folder 8

IMP F data description, part 3, 1967

Box 283   Folder 9

IMP F data description, NASA charts, sampling, 1967-1968

Box 284   Folder 1

IMP F data description, post-launch data processing, March 1967

Box 284   Folder 2

IMP F data description, laboratory notes, 1966-1967

Box 284   Folder 3

IMP F data processing, 1966-1969

Box 284   Folder 4

IMP F data processing, processing errors, NASA correspondence, November 1967

Box 284   Folder 5

IMP F data processing, notes, memos, 1967-1968

Box 284   Folder 6

IMP F data processing, history, problems, memos, correspondence, 1967-1968

Box 284   Folder 7

IMP G, launch, memoranda, November 1968

Box 284   Folder 8

IMP F and G, proposal for additional funding, 1968-1969

Box 285   Folder 1

IMP F, working group meeting, June 1969, data exchange, correspondence, May-July 1969

Box 285   Folder 2

IMP F and G, final report, project development plan revision, IMP 4 and 5, 1969-1970

Box 285   Folder 3

IMP F and G, IMP 4 data consistency study, 1972

Box 285   Folder 4

IMP F and G, contract NAS 5-9090 for data processing, final report, ca. 1973

Box 285   Folder 5

IMP F and G, contract NAS 5-9090 for data processing, final technical report, ca. 1973

Box 285   Folder 6

IMP G, Pioneer 10, data processing logs, May-June 1973

Box 285   Folder 7

IMP 4 and 5, data analysis, memos, budgets, 1975

Box 285   Folder 8

IMP 5, fluorine paper, drafts, AP J correspondence, memos, 1971-1972

Subseries 7: IMP H and J

Box 286   Folder 1

Solar flare Hi-Z Lo-E isotope experiments, proposal, notes, memos, 1966

Box 286   Folder 2

Solar flare Hi-Z Lo-E isotope experiments, proposal, funding, correspondence, drafts, 1966-1967

Box 286   Folder 3

Solar flare Hi-Z Lo-E isotope experiments, proposal, mission acceptance, notes, 1966-1967

Box 286   Folder 4

Solar flare Hi-Z Lo-E isotope experiments, telescope design, GSFC documents, IMP I, memos, 1967-1968

Box 286   Folder 5-6

Spacecraft logic and interface description, Mariner 10, quick-look data, IMP J postponement, GSFC documents, NASA News, NAS 5-11067 contract, spacecraft testing, malfunction reports, IMP 5 telemetry coverage, correspondence, memoranda, funding, 1968-1974, experimenter meetings, March 1971

Box 286   Folder 1

NASA-GSFC documents, 1969-1971

Box 286   Folder 2

NASA-GSFC documents, IMP H encoding system specification, appendix E, April 1971

Box 286   Folder 3

Potting, scheduling, 1970

Box 286   Folder 4

IMP J, memos, pre-launch testing and schedule, IMP I, 1970-1973F

Box 286   Folder 5

IMP J, launch date problems, remarks at IMP J emergency meeting, May 1972

Box 286   Folder 6

Tray 3 of LET, LET description, schedules, IMP H review meeting, April-May 1971

Box 286   Folder 7

Tray 3 of LET, drawings, 1971

Box 286   Folder 8

Tray 3 of LET, possible subsystem addition, 1971, experimenter meeting, March 1971

Box 286   Folder 9

IMP H SN02 flight qualification, delivery schedule, correspondence, IMP Eye, 1971

Box 286   Folder 10

IMP H SN02 flight qualification, test and integration, memos, 1971

Box 286   Folder 11

IMP H test schedule, notes on schedule problems, September-November 1971

Box 286   Folder 12

IMP H SN3, testing and integration including tray 3, large telescope window, schedules and memoranda, July-September 1971

Box 286   Folder 13

IMP H and J, modified detector ring mounts, May 1971

Box 286   Folder 14

IMP H and J, testing and integration, GSFC and UC documents, 1971

Box 288   Folder 1

IMP H and J, weight and power consumption, possible new subsystem, revised project development plan, 1971

Box 288   Folder 2

IMP H and J, data processing, experimenter tape ground rules, correspondence, November-December 1971

Box 288   Folder 3

IMP H and J, request for additional funds, July 1971

Box 288   Folder 4

Resolution on role of IMP H and J, MVM 1973, October 1973

Box 288   Folder 5

IMP H and J, proposal for additional funds for solar flare and isotope experiments, May 30, 1974

Box 288   Folder 6

IMP 7 and 8, NAS5-11067, data processing proposals, notes, contract modifications, 1974-1979

Box 288   Folder 7

IMP 7 and 8, instrument and data format descriptions, NSSDC document B-23906, July 1975

Box 288   Folder 8

IMP 7 and 8, "Abundances Relative to Carbon of the Elements Silicon to Nickel in the Galactic Cosmic Radiation," notes, drafts, 1977

Box 288   Folder 9

IMP 8, data, cosmic ray abundances, 1977-1978

Box 288   Folder 10-12

IMP 7/8, request for contract extension, data processing, 1980-1981, 1983-1984, 1984-1985

Box 288   Folder 13

IMP 7/8, IMP 8 annual review, The Need for Continuing IMP 8 Data Coverage in 1982-1983 and Funding for IMP 7 & 8 Data Analysis," notes, correspondence, 1981-1982

Box 288   Folder 14

IMP 7/8, data processing and analysis proposals, NAS 5-25731, notes, 1980-1983

Subseries 8: IMP I (Eye)

Sub-subseries 1: General

Box 289   Folder 1

Proposal of September 27, 1966, instrument weight analyses, particle resolution analysis, IMP H and J, A/O, Voyager proposal, 1965-1966

Box 289   Folder 2

Proposal for Voyager 1971, NASA A/O notes, 1965-1967

Box 289   Folder 3

IMP I, proposal correspondence, memos, rough drafts, mission acceptance, 1966-1968

Box 289   Folder 4

Experiment proposals, January 18, 1968, GSFC meeting, May 15, 1968, GSE, encoding system, telescope design, spacecraft interface, experimenter meeting, data, memos, 1968

Box 289   Folder 5-6

Post-launch status report, funding, scheduling, testing, data processing, spacecraft orientation, IMP H and J, mission acceptance, correspondence, memos, 1968-1971

Box 290   Folder 1

Data proposal for IMP I, 1970-1971

Box 290   Folder 2

Revised data processing and analysis proposal, December 1971

Sub-subseries 2: Instrument Design

Box 290   Folder 3

Encoding system description, 1967-1968

Box 290   Folder 4

Telescope study, design and drawings, 1967-1968

Box 290   Folder 5

Instrument description, GSFC design review, February 18, 1970, sketches, drawings, electronic systems descriptions, testing documents, memoranda, 1968-1970

Box 290   Folder 6

Resolution studies for main telescope, April 1968

Box 290   Folder 7

Mechanical drawings for subsystem B, telescope design changes, April-May 1969

Box 290   Folder 8

Subsystem, memos, diagrams, April-May 1969

Box 290   Folder 9

Scheduling and testing, environmental testing plans, 1969-1970

Box 290   Folder 10

Fission cell design, 1969-1970

Box 290   Folder 11

Egg design, drawings and analyses, 1969-1970

Box 290   Folder 12

Instrument diagrams, GSE photographs, 1969-1970

Box 291   Folder 1

Block diagrams, instrument descriptions, quick-look data, 1970

Sub-subseries 3: Testing

Box 291   Folder 2

Documents on instrument performance, particle resolution, IMP G malfunctions, IMP H weight estimate, May-July 1968

Box 291   Folder 3

GSFC meeting, March 18, 1969, scheduling, electrical interface documents, testing, 1968-1970

Box 291   Folder 4

Testing, memos, March-July 1969

Box 291   Folder 5

System A testing, prototype telescope cyclotron runs, design change options, May 1969

Box 291   Folder 6

Main telescope priority schemes, testing, May-August 1969

Box 291   Folder 7

Test procedures, UC documents, 1970

Box 291   Folder 8

Subsystem calibration, egg, memos, May 1970

Subseries 9: Spacecraft integration, post-launch, miscellanea

Box 291   Folder 9

IMP I, H and J financial problems and cutbacks, memos, correspondence, 1969-1973

Box 292   Folder 1

NASA-GSFC encoding system specifications, appendix E, January 1969

Box 292   Folder 2

NASA-GSFC encoding system specifications, appendix E, November 7, 1969

Box 293   Folder 1

Data and electrical interface documents, NASA documents, 1969-1970

Box 293   Folder 2

GSE users manual, December 1969

Box 293   Folder 3

Memos, correspondence, notes, Mariner-Mars 1971, 1969

Box 293   Folder 4

Control center computer processing plans, spacecraft integration, GSFC monthly reports, scheduling notes, 1969-1970

Box 293   Folder 5

Control center computer processing plans, final report, April 24, 1970

Box 293   Folder 6

NASA-GSFC project development plan, 1970

Box 293   Folder 7

NASA-GSFC IMP I operations plan, February 1971

Box 293   Folder 8

Post-launch orbital data, NASA memoranda, April 1971

Box 293   Folder 9

"Preliminary Report on the University of Chicago Experiment on the IMP-"I" Satellite," July 1971

Box 293   Folder 10

UC reports on failure of large telescope and protection logic, April 1971

Subseries 10: Mariner A. B. C

Box 294   Folder 1

Telescope drawings and diagrams, solid state detector drawings, 1960-1962

Box 294   Folder 2

Mariner deep space probes, JPL space science issue, spacecraft parameters, budgeting, engineering, notes, correspondence, 1960-1962

Box 294   Folder 3

Solid state detector systems for Mariner, Edward C. Stone thesis, March 23, 1961

Box 294   Folder 4

Mariner photographs, ca. 1961

Box 294   Folder 5

Mariner instrument photographs, 1961

Box 294   Folder 6

Mariner, proton/alpha and relativistic particle telescope, new designs, notes, November 1962

Box 294   Folder 7

Solid state detector thermal vacuum life times, commercial detector catalogues, 1962-1963

Box 294   Folder 8

Mariner A, data handling, 1960-1961

Box 294   Folder 9

Mariner A, cosmic ray telescope (CRT) sketches, low energy particle analyzer, trajectory, design constraints, notes, drawings, 1961-1962

Box 294   Folder 10

Mariner A, drawings, schedule, 1961

Box 294   Folder 11

Mariner A, calibration, GSE, 1961-1962

Box 294   Folder 12

Mariner B, spacecraft platform, S-3 satellite, proton alpha range energy telescope, low energy telescope, drawings, diagrams, 1961

Box 295   Folder 1

Mariner B, proposal to NASA, proposal addendum, photographs, instrument drawings, 1961

Box 295   Folder 2

Mariner B, calibration procedures, instrument block diagrams, notes, 1961

Box 295   Folder 3

Mariner B, JPL-LAS meeting, "Mariner A Calibration-Final Report," instrument calibration, data acquisition, drawings, correspondence, 1962

Box 295   Folder 4

Mariner B, revised drawings, 1962

Box 295   Folder 5

Mariner B and C, JPL, NASA and Hugh Odishaw correspondence, revised Mariner B proposal, Mariner A cancellation, 1961-1963, minutes of JPL-UC meeting, January 11, 1962

Box 295   Folder 6

Mariner B and C, James E. Lamport memos, proton/alpha telescope drawings, sketches, Mariner C counter system diagrams, JPL correspondence, 1962

Subseries 11: Mariner C. D. Mariner '64 (Mariner 4)

Sub-subseries 1: General

Box 295   Folder 7

Data handling, instrument testing, budgets, Mariner 2, JPL meeting minutes, Dow Corning silicon crystals, STL to JPL transition, JPL correspondence, 1958-1966

Box 295   Folder 8

Mariner C and R, Pioneer-type planetary probe, revised proposal to NASA regarding Mariner C, 1962-1963

Box 295   Folder 9

JPL problem, security, interoffice memos, criticism of LAS standards, correspondence, 1963-1964

Box 295   Folder 10

Data processing proposal to NASA of March 9, 1964, copy of NsG-690, 1964

Box 295   Folder 11

Revised proposal, March 11, 1964

Box 295   Folder 12

Telemetry, data acquisition, Space Science Analysis and Command (SSAC) meeting minutes, Cape Kennedy authorization, JPL memos, correspondence, August 1964

Box 296   Folder 1

JPL interoffice memos, correspondence, September-October 1964

Box 296   Folder 2

Launch agreements and hold criteria, MC-4 integration problem, memos, October-November 1964

Box 296   Folder 3

Data transmittal from JPL to experimenters, memos, October-November 1964

Box 296   Folder 4

Release of data and other agreements with JPL, memos, correspondence, memoranda drafts, 1964

Box 296   Folder 5

Mariner C trajectories, types 1 and 2, ca. 1964

Box 296   Folder 6

Figures for presentation, CRT photographs, NASA and JPL promotional documents, ca. 1964

Sub-subseries 2: Instrument design, construction, testing, and calibration

Box 296   Folder 7

CRT testing, drawings, 1962-1963

Box 296   Folder 8

Design notes for telescope and amplifiers, infrared units, 1962-1963

Box 296   Folder 9

Experiment description as of June 13, 1963, instrument diagrams, notes, UC and JPL memos, March-June, 1963

Box 296   Folder 10

Instrument control drawing, ca. 1963

Box 296   Folder 11

Parts and components weight chart, Texas Instruments scalars, power supply, March-June 1963

Box 296   Folder 12

Data interface, spacecraft drawings, ground support system card drawings, power supply, notes, schedules, April-June 1963

Box 296   Folder 13

Project flow chart, April 13, 1963

Box 297   Folder 1

Data acquisition, notes on CRT, 1963

Box 297   Folder 2

Testing documents, memos, 1963

Box 297   Folder 3

"Results of Light Pulser Tests," ca. 1963

Box 297   Folder 4

Revisions of prototype design, ca. 1963

Box 297   Folder 5

CRT testing, schedules, notes, memos, June 1963

Box 297   Folder 6

JPL flowchart, data acquisition, CRT testing and calibration, June-July 1963

Box 297   Folder 7

Telescope performance, electron drift analysis, August 20, 1963

Box 297   Folder 8

Instrument drawing, August 1963

Box 297   Folder 9

Data reduction and processing, orbit information, September-December 1963

Box 297   Folder 10

Calibration, schedules, 1963

Box 297   Folder 11

Testing, data analysis, Mariner-Venus `67, budgeting, memos, 1963

Box 297   Folder 12

Tests, test procedures, delivery of instrument to JPL, JPL documents and interoffice memos, 1963-1964

Box 297   Folder 13

Construction and testing schedule, Deep Space Instrumentation Facility (DSIF) telemetry coverage, materials for February 1964 meetings at Chicago and JPL, CRT and spacecraft photographs, 1963-1964

Box 298   Folder 1

Mariner 4 trajectory glossy, ca. 1963

Box 298   Folder 2

Testing, spacecraft interface and trajectory documents, JPL engineering planning documents, data transmittal to experimenters, 1963-1964

Box 298   Folder 3

CRT testing and calibration, correspondence, notes, 1964

Box 298   Folder 4

JPL calibration trip, experimenter's data tapes, CRT testing, correspondence, JPL memos, May-July 1964

Box 298   Folder 5

Type approval, proof test model units, testing, 1964

Box 298   Folder 6

Type approval unit testing, SSAC meeting minutes, schedules, MC-5 epoxy problems, NASA correspondence, March-September 1964

Box 298   Folder 7

P/FR (failure report) summary, June 24, 1964

Box 298   Folder 8

MC-2 unit, testing, calibration, 1964

Box 298   Folder 9

MC-2,3,4, testing log book 4, 1964

Box 298   Folder 10

MC-3 flight unit pre-flight log book, April-August 1964

Box 298   Folder 11

MC-3 unit, testing and calibration, 1964

Box 298   Folder 12

MC-4 unit, testing, calibration, correspondence regarding problems, July-November 1964

Box 299   Folder 1

MC-4 unit, testing log book 5, 1964

Box 299   Folder 2

MC-5 unit, vacuum test, August 24, 1964

Sub-subseries 3: Launch and post-launch

Box 299   Folder 3

Data, D1D2ND3 and D1D2D3 rates, sample page from data binder, book 29, ca. 1964

Box 299   Folder 4

NASA News release announcing Mariner IV, October 29, 1964, CRT description, "Summary of Data from Abortive MC-2 Flight," 1964

Box 299   Folder 5

Mars encounter, background papers, trajectory figures, correspondence, 1964-1965

Box 299   Folder 6

Mars encounter, quick-look data sample, 1964

Box 299   Folder 7

Mars encounter, sensitivity for detecting planet, trajectory, data, 1965

Box 299   Folder 8

Mars encounter, data reduction, JPL correspondence, May-June 1965

Box 299   Folder 9

"Status Report and Preliminary Results from the Cosmic Ray Telescope-Mariner IV," February 22, 1965, JPL Mariner experiment bulletin, March 1, 1967

Box 299   Folder 10

"Mariner IV Spacecraft Performance Analysis and Command Group Report Number 2," JPL, May 7, 1965

Box 299   Folder 11

Draft for UC press release on Mariner-Mars experiment, "popular" version of results, telegrams, "Summary of Measurements with the Cosmic Ray Telescope," April-October 1965

Box 299   Folder 12

Tentative proposals for cosmic ray experiments on Mariner-V mission, March 26, 1965

Box 299   Folder 13

Tentative proposals for cosmic ray experiments on Mariner-V mission, notes, correspondence, 1964-1965

Box 299   Folder 14

Tentative proposals for cosmic ray experiments on Mariner-V mission, budget estimates, Pioneer A and B, instrument drawings, 1964-1965

Box 299   Folder 15

Data exchange, NASA NSSDC, correspondence, October 5, 1966

Box 299   Folder 16

Mariner IV reactivation with Goldstone Mars Station antennae, JPL memos, data, frame times, Mariner-Venus, 1966-1967

Box 299   Folder 17

"Analysis of Short Segments of Mariner IV Data from 3 May and 21 May 1966," by James A. Van Allen, Mariner 67 combined operations bulletins, notes, 1966-1967

Sub-subseries 4: Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and other technical documents (numbered by JAS)

Box 300   Folder 1

29, D1D2ND3 and D1D2D3 count rates, data, ca. 1963

Box 300   Folder 2

6, JPL Space Flight Operations Plan, July 15, 1963

Box 300   Folder 3

8, JPL Spacecraft-SFO/DSIF Interface Document, August 5, 1963

Box 300   Folder 4

10, quarterly review, quality assurance discussion, parts screening inspection, in-process inspection, February 25, 1964

Box 300   Folder 5

2, technical bulletins, February-March 1965

Box 300   Folder 6

Functional Specification Mariner C Flight Equipment Cosmic Ray Telescope (Unit 21), instrument and spacecraft photographs, circuit diagrams, March 11, 1965

Box 300   Folder 7

1, Wescon 65, Mariner/Mars science subsystem, session 4, 1965

Box 300   Folder 8

27, NASA Final Project Report, 1967

Subseries 12: Mariner `67

Box 301   Folder 1

Correspondence, blueprints, news clipping, 1963-1966

Box 301   Folder 2

Correspondence, blueprints, January 1966

Subseries 13: Mariner `69

Box 301   Folder 3

Letter of refusal, correspondence, drafts of proposal, announcement of Mariner `71, drafts, 1965-1966

Box 301   Folder 4

Proposal, correspondence, January-March 1966

Subseries 14: Mariner `71

Box 301   Folder 5

Proposal, A/O, design, drawings, weight estimates, cancellation of experiment, correspondence, Mariner 69, 1966-1969

Box 301   Folder 6

Opportunities for participation in space flight investigations, memo changes, 1967-1968

Box 301   Folder 7

Spacecraft drawings, instrument designs, JPL documents, 1967-1968

Box 301   Folder 8

General file, proposal instructions, drawing standards and procedures document, telemetry, instrument design, scheduling, data exchange policy, memorandum of agreement, memos, correspondence, 1968-1969

Box 302   Folder 1

Proposals, 1968

Box 302   Folder 2

Proposal, "Energetic Particle Studies with a Charged Particle Telescope in Orbit around Mars," July 2, 1968

Box 302   Folder 3

experiment acceptance, memorandum of agreement, addition of magnetometer to spacecraft, memos, correspondence, 1968-1969

Box 302   Folder 4

Meeting notes, November 13-14, 1968, telemetry, correspondence, November 1968

Box 302   Folder 5

Energy range expansion for charged particle telescope (CPT) particle analysis, 1968

Box 302   Folder 6

Instrument design, summary of proposed experiments, notes, drawings, correspondence, 1968-1969

Box 302   Folder 7

Instrument design, preliminary drawings, 1968-1969

Box 302   Folder 8

Instrument design, memorandum of agreement changes, data acquisition system, March-April 1969

Box 302   Folder 9

Functional drawings, Pioneer F and G, 1968-1969

Box 302   Folder 10

Letters and memos concerning contract arrangements, proposals, contract cancellation, 1968-1969

Box 303   Folder 1

JPL memo on orbits, February 1969

Box 303   Folder 2

Data processing, operation support equipment (OSE) requirements, conference report, February 1969

Box 303   Folder 3

Pasadena trip, notes and documents, quality review, February 1969

Box 303   Folder 4

Mission Design Review, January 31, 1969

Box 303   Folder 5-6

Quarterly Review 2, volumes 1-2, February 12-13, 1969

Box 303   Folder 7

"The Radial Gradient of Interplanetary Radiation Measured by Mariner 4 and 5," response to S. M. Krimigis paper, reprints, notes, drafts, figures, 1969

Subseries 15: Mariner Venus-Mercury (MVM) 1973 (Mariner 10)

Sub-subseries 1: Mission planning, experiment teams

Box 304   Folder 1

Preproposal briefings, notes, memos, JPL feasibility study, 1968-1969

Box 304   Folder 2

Preliminary proposal for Venus-Mercury flyby, NASA A/O, correspondence, 1969

Box 304   Folder 3

A/O, energetic particle experiment (EPE) team meeting minutes, proposals, notes, 1969

Box 304   Folder 4

Proposal, April-May, 1969

Box 304   Folder 5

Proposal, supplement, correspondence, July 1970

Box 304   Folder 6

Proposal, mission extension proposal, correspondence, March-July 1970

Box 304   Folder 7

Proposal, responses, NSF and NASA, correspondence, 1970

Box 305   Folder 1

Experiment team reports, Science Steering Group (SSG) and EPE documents, trajectory planning, September-November 1969

Box 305   Folder 2

Charged particles team selection, EPE preliminary documents, October 1969

Box 305   Folder 3

Peter Meyer proposal for MVM 73, November 1969

Box 305   Folder 4

SSG meetings 1 and 2, 1968-1970

Box 305   Folder 5

SSG meeting 1, agenda, documents, proposals, notes, 1969

Box 305   Folder 6

SSG meeting 2, November 1969

Box 306   Folder 1-2

SSG meeting 2, correspondence, JPL documents, 1969

Box 306   Folder 3-4

SSG meeting minutes and science team reports, 1969-1970

Box 306   Folder 5

SSG meeting of June 5, 1970, AMB 22nd meeting minutes, JPL memo, 1970

Box 306   Folder 6

SSG meeting 1 minutes, JPL meeting of August 5, 1970, August 1970

Box 306   Folder 7

SSG meeting of December 8, 1970, preparatory documents, 1970

Box 306   Folder 8

SSG meeting 4, January 1971

Box 307   Folder 1

SSG meeting 4, February 1971

Box 307   Folder 2

SSG meetings, memos, correspondence, June 1971

Box 307   Folder 3

SSG meeting 7, June 1971

Box 307   Folder 4

SSG meeting 7, minutes, June-July 1971

Box 307   Folder 5

SSG meeting of July 19-21, 1971

Box 307   Folder 6

SSG meeting 10, minutes, September 1971

Box 307   Folder 7

SSG meeting 9 and 10 conference reports, 1972

Box 307   Folder 8

SSG meeting 11, December 14, 1971

Box 307   Folder 9

SSG meeting 13, ground data system, May-June 1972

Box 307   Folder 10

SSG meeting 13, minutes, June 1972

Box 307   Folder 11

SSG meeting 15, minutes, March 1973

Box 307   Folder 12

SSG meeting 16, encounter planning, CPT testing, magnetic field plotting, May-October 1973

Box 308   Folder 1

TV science team, JPL documents, correspondence, trajectory, EPE memos, 1969-1971

Box 308   Folder 2

TV science team, meeting 7 minutes, December 1970

Box 308   Folder 3

TV science team, meeting 8 minutes, February 1971

Box 308   Folder 4

TV science team, meeting 16, December 1971

Box 308   Folder 5

TV science team, meeting 17, January 1972

Box 308   Folder 6

TV science team, meeting 18, February-March 1972

Box 308   Folder 7

TV science team, meeting 22, July 31-August 1, 1972

Box 308   Folder 8

TV science team, meeting 23, September 20-21, 1972

Box 308   Folder 9

TV science team, meeting 24, November 1-2, 1972

Box 308   Folder 10

TV data team working group, second meeting minutes, September 1972

Box 308   Folder 11

Extended missions, possible data rates, Mercury trajectory data storage, JPL memos, 1969-1970

Box 308   Folder 12

Extended missions, JPL memo, ca. 1969

Box 308   Folder 13

Instrument design, instrument testing, meetings, notes, memos, JPL documents, low energy telescope drawing, 1970-1973

Box 308   Folder 14

Documents for January 12, 1970 meeting with JPL personnel, related documents, SSG meeting 3 minutes, 1969-1970

Box 308   Folder 15

Mission schedule, January 1970

Box 308   Folder 16

EPE team, memos, spacecraft layout drawing, January 1970

Box 308   Folder 17

Trajectory opportunities at Venus, JPL memo, February 1970

Box 308   Folder 18

Cal Tech-JPL symposium on Mercury, February 3-5, 1970

Box 308   Folder 19

Materials for preparation of EPE team report, Cal Tech conference on Mercury, SSG meeting 5, minutes, JAS proposal, correspondence, 1970

Box 309   Folder 1-2

Materials for preparation of EPE team report, correspondence, Outer Planet Grand Tour (OPGT) and Thermoelectric Outer Planet Spacecraft (TOPS) documents, 1971

Box 309   Folder 3

Materials for preparation of EPE team report, final report, 1969-1971

Box 309   Folder 4-5

Final reports of science teams, February-April 1970

Box 309   Folder 6

Final report of plasma science instrument team, ca. 1970

Box 310   Folder 1

Science rationale for MVM `73 extended mission, SSG, June 1970

Box 310   Folder 2

MVM meetings of August 25-26, 1971

Box 310   Folder 3-4

Flight data subsystem, JPL document, September 1971

Box 310   Folder 5

Spacecraft mechanical design, weight, view angle, trajectory, memos, drawings, September 1971

Box 310   Folder 6

Quarterly review 4, minutes, April 1971

Box 310   Folder 7

Quarterly review 5, minutes, July 1971

Box 311   Folder 1

Quarterly review 6, correspondence, minutes, October 1971

Box 311   Folder 2-3

Quarterly Review 7, minutes, February 23, 1972

Box 311   Folder 4-5

Quarterly Review 8, minutes, June 22, 1972

Box 311   Folder 6

Quarterly review 9, minutes, October 1972

Box 311   Folder 7

MVM SSG and quarterly review meetings of March 28-29, 1973, extended mission information, 1973

Box 311   Folder 8

List of experiments and experimenters, ca. 1973

Box 311   Folder 9

UC memos, June-July 1973

Box 311   Folder 10

Mercury mapping working group meeting minutes, June-July 1973

Box 311   Folder 11

Proposals for additional funding, 1973

Sub-subseries 2: Simpson's charged particle experiment

Box 312   Folder 1

Proposals to NASA, 1970

Box 312   Folder 2

Acceptance letter and contract negotiations, memorandum of agreement, 1970

Box 312   Folder 3

Notes for instrument design, correspondence, April-May 1970

Box 312   Folder 4

Revised statement of objectives, December 1970

Box 312   Folder 5

Contracting with JPL, February 1971

Box 312   Folder 6

JPL 953091 contract copy, July 1971

Sub-subseries 3: Instrument design, construction, testing, spacecraft interface

Box 312   Folder 7

Functional requirements for electrical interface and electronic packaging, JPL documents, 1969-1970

Box 312   Folder 8

Addition of subsystem to MVM `73, instrument photograph, correspondence, working copy of proposal, October-November 1970

Box 312   Folder 9

Vibration and shock testing, November 1970

Box 312   Folder 10

Action items as of December 9, 1970

Box 312   Folder 11

CPT thermal design problems, correspondence, central shop estimate on instrument construction, October-November 1971

Box 312   Folder 12

CPT functional interface design review of October 21, 1971, JPL memos, James E. Lamport correspondence, 1971-1972

Box 312   Folder 13

Mechanical drawings, instrument tray 5, November 1971

Sub-subseries 4: Spacecraft interface

Box 312   Folder 14

Preliminary design questions on data interface, memos, correspondence, JPL documents, 1970-1971

Box 312   Folder 15

Post-encounter missions, estimated cost for data processing, JPL mission trajectory design, July 1970

Box 312   Folder 16

Interface meeting with JPL, August 25, 1970

Box 312   Folder 17

Science data system support equipment, August 1970

Box 313   Folder 1-2

JPL documents, transfer trajectory, 1970-1971

Box 313   Folder 3

Photographs of Pioneer instrument, JPL functional requirements for instrument, 1970

Box 313   Folder 4

JPL functional requirement appendices, near-earth trajectory, 1970-1971

Box 313   Folder 5

Program generator output formats and display requirements, June 1971

Box 313   Folder 6

UC data processing requirements and display during system test, August 1971

Box 313   Folder 7

Transmittal of CPT requirements interoffice memo, CPT simulated data, August 1972

Sub-subseries 5: Data acquisition systems and instrument calibration

Box 313   Folder 8-9

SN01 CPT notebook, calibration curves, memos, 1970-1973

Box 313   Folder 10

Data transmittal and processing, spacecraft trajectory, IMP H and J data tapes, Pioneer 10, SSG meetings, memorandum of agreement, 1971-1975

Box 314   Folder 1-3

Data transmittal and processing, SDS 930 data analysis notebook, 1972-1977

Box 314   Folder 4-6

Data transmittal and processing, data format information notebook, computer processing documents, memos, S. M. Krimigis paper reply, 1973-1976

Box 314   Folder 7

CPT flight units SN01 and SN02, testing, memos, March 1972

Box 314   Folder 8

JPL master mission sequence plan, August 1972

Box 314   Folder 9

High gain antenna slewing at MVM `73 Venus encounter, Donna Shirley, October-November 1972

Box 315   Folder 1

Flight unit SN02 calibration at Space Radiation Effect Laboratory (SREL), 1972-1973

Box 315   Folder 2

SREL runs with fission ionization chamber, January 1973

Box 315   Folder 3

Main telescope calibration, memos, January-July 1973

Box 315   Folder 4-6

Charged particle telescope calibration notebook, 1972-1974

Sub-subseries 6: Post-launch. Mercury and Venus encounters

Box 316   Folder 1

JPL Master Mission Sequence Plan and amendments, memos, 1973

Box 316   Folder 2

Proposal for data analysis, JPL 953091, additional data analysis funds, January 1973

Box 316   Folder 3

Proposal for data analysis, JPL 953091, additional data analysis funds, April 20, 1973

Box 316   Folder 4

Value functions for encounter mode, JPL correspondence, January 1973

Box 316   Folder 5-7

Datebook, JPL status bulletins, mission status summaries, memos, notes, JPL documents, encounter targeting, 1973-1974

Box 317   Folder 1-3

Datebook, 1974-1977

Box 317   Folder 4

Encounter trajectories, Venus encounter, notes, correspondence, JPL memos, 1973-1974

Box 317   Folder 5

Venus encounter, preliminary results, memos, correspondence, 1973-1974

Box 317   Folder 6

Venus encounter, magnetosphere research, trajectory and data, 1973-1976

Box 317   Folder 7

Venus fly-by, data analysis, lab memos, notes on Venus, 1973-1974

Box 317   Folder 8

Venus papers and reprints, Mariner 10, 1974

Box 318   Folder 1

Venus papers and reprints, Mariner 10, 1974

Box 318   Folder 2

Venus encounter, "Search by Mariner 10 for Electrons and Protons Accelerated in Association with Venus," drafts, 1974

Box 318   Folder 3

Stripcharts of data, 1974

Box 318   Folder 4

Stripcharts of data, CPT notebook, telephone directory, physical constants, trajectory, memos, March 1974

Box 318   Folder 5

Stripcharts of data, CPT notebook, related papers, Plasma Science Team final report, March 1974

Box 318   Folder 6

Mercury encounter, singles electron analysis, data, AGU talk, April-July 1974

Box 318   Folder 7

Mercury encounter, experimental results of other groups, data summary, 1974

Box 319   Folder 1

Mercury encounter, NASA photographs of Mercury's surface, 1974

Box 319   Folder 2

Mercury encounter, NASA photographs of Mercury's surface, JPL photographs, ca. 1974

Box 319   Folder 3

Mercury encounter, JPL trip, draft of electron/proton paper, transparencies, memos, 1974

Box 319   Folder 4

Mercury encounter, data analysis, 1974

Box 319   Folder 5

Mercury encounter, data, data analysis, papers, reprints, "Electrons and Protons Accelerated in Mercury's Magnetic Field," 1974

Box 319   Folder 6

Mercury encounter, data analysis figures for Mariner encounter paper, photos, 1974

Box 319   Folder 7-8

Mercury encounter, data, preparation of figures, 1974

Box 319   Folder 9

Mercury encounter, JPL drawings, spacecraft drawings, data stripcharts, spacecraft payload coordinates, n.d.

Box 320   Folder 1

Mercury II encounter, data, 1974

Box 320   Folder 2-3

Mercury II and III encounters, data, 1975

Box 320   Folder 4

Mercury II and III encounters, UC, MIT, and GSFC data, 1975

Box 320   Folder 5

Mercury III encounter of March 16, 1975, data processing funding proposal, encounter trajectory, correspondence, 1974-1975

Box 320   Folder 6

Mercury III encounter of March 16, data, plasma data, memos, calibration paper revisions, 1974-1977

Box 320   Folder 7

Mercury III encounter of March 16, data, papers from other experimenters, viewgraphs, correspondence, January-June 1975

Box 320   Folder 8

Mercury III encounter of March 16, notebook, March 1975

Box 320   Folder 9

Mercury III encounter of March 16, notebook, JPL documents, 1975

Sub-subseries 7: Data processing, publications

Box 321   Folder 1

Preprints and correspondence for research volume 29F, 1973-1978

Box 321   Folder 2

Data processing, JPL status bulletins, spacecraft event time problem, 1973-1976

Box 321   Folder 3

Data analysis of Mariner 10 and IMP 8, IMP 6 instrument problems, IMP 7 and 8 spectra and rates, IMP 6 and 8, flux plotting program, 1973-1975

Box 321   Folder 4

Calibration curves, data with notes, 1974

Box 321   Folder 5

Funding proposals, data processing, contract JPL 953091, 1974-1975

Box 321   Folder 6

JPL status bulletins, press release on Mercury encounter, March 1974

Box 321   Folder 7

Letter proposal, May 21, 1974

Box 321   Folder 8

Early data record (EDR) tape catalog notebook, 1974

Box 321   Folder 9

Memos, 1974-1978

Box 321   Folder 10

Solar flare studies, volume 29F, 1974

Box 321   Folder 11-12

Interplanetary data and studies, volume 29F, instrument calibration, 1974-1976

Box 321   Folder 13

Data exchange, requests for magnetospheric data from other experimenters, correspondence, 1975-1976

Box 321   Folder 14

Data exchange, data reduction programs, paper with Steve Christon, preprints, correspondence, 1976-1977

Box 321   Folder 15

Data exchange, NSSDC document #B32552-00A, 1980

Box 322   Folder 1

Differential and integral data analysis, 1975

Box 322   Folder 2

Data analysis, IMP 8, proton fluxes, solar rotation, 1975

Box 322   Folder 3

JAS and Peter Meyer abstracts for APS, AGU, and Munich conference, progress report for Mariner 10, drafts, data analysis, 1975

Box 322   Folder 4

Budgets, telephone list for MVM, JPL and Science and Technology News Service correspondence, 1975

Box 322   Folder 5

Plans for joint magnetic field/plasma/charged particle studies, GSFC papers, 1976

Box 322   Folder 6

NASA proposal, "Magnetospheric and Interplanetary Investigations Based on Data from Instruments on the Mariner-10 Mission to Mercury," budgets, NsG-7288 final report, 1976-1979

Box 322   Folder 7

B-field documentation notebook, NSSDC information packet, ca. 1977-1982

Box 322   Folder 8

Reprints and data from Helios missions, 1977

Box 322   Folder 9

NsG-7288 final report, "Documentation for the University of Chicago Charged Particle Telescope Data from the Mariner 10 Spacecraft," 1980

Sub-subseries 8: Publications and conferences

Box 322   Folder 10-13

References and Mercury-related papers, 1965-1981

Box 322   Folder 14

References and Mercury-related papers, ARC newsletter, 1974, 1977

Box 322   Folder 15

Invited non-technical talks on UC science on MVM `73, MVM quarterly review, notes, drafts, 1970-1972

Box 323   Folder 1

S. M. Krimigis-Mercury "affair," preprints, correspondence, data exchange, 1974-1979

Box 323   Folder 2

S. M. Krimigis-Mercury "affair," correspondence, comments on paper by T. P. Armstrong, S. M. Krimigis, L. Lanzerotti, 1974

Box 323   Folder 3

S. M. Krimigis-Mercury "affair," letter to JGR, ca. 1974

Box 323   Folder 4

S. M. Krimigis-Mercury "affair," notes for presentation at AGU meeting, ca. 1974

Box 323   Folder 5

S. M. Krimigis-Mercury "affair," electron calibration studies by J. Eraker, 1974-1975

Box 323   Folder 6

S. M. Krimigis-Mercury "affair," electron cablbration paper, drafts, notes, correspondence, volume 29F, 1975-1976

Box 323   Folder 7

S. M. Krimigis-Mercury "affair, electron cablbration paper, correspondence, referee reports, 1977

Box 323   Folder 8

S. M. Krimigis-Mercury "affair," electron cablbration paper, correspondence, drafts, 1977

Box 323   Folder 9

S. M. Krimigis-Mercury "affair," electron cablbration paper, final draft, March 1978

Box 323   Folder 10

International colloquium on Mercury at Cal Tech, June 25-27, 1975

Box 323   Folder 11

International colloquium on Mercury at Cal Tech, slides, notes, viewgraphs, 1975

Box 323   Folder 12

International colloquium on Mercury at Cal Tech, Mercury I and III encounters, AGU meeting, Graz, Austria, 1975, viewgraphs, slides

Box 324   Folder 1

Material related to Mercury papers, 1975

Box 324   Folder 2

Mercury and Jupiter lectures, Graz, Austria, August 12-13, 1975, IUPAP conference, correspondence, travel arrangements

Box 324   Folder 3

"Electron Calibration of Instrumentation for Low-Energy High-Intensity Particle Measurements at Mercury," correspondence, reviews, memos, 1976-1979

Box 324   Folder 4

"Electron Calibration of Instrumentation for Low-Energy High-Intensity Particle Measurements at Mercury," JGR publishing parameters, response to electron paper, 1976

Box 324   Folder 5

"Electron Calibration of Instrumentation for Low-Energy High-Intensity Particle Measurements at Mercury," appendices, particle measurements at Mercury, ca. 1978

Box 324   Folder 6

"Electron Calibration of Instrumentation for Low-Energy High-Intensity Particle Measurements at Mercury," appendices, figures, ca. 1978

Box 324   Folder 7

Paper for AGU meeting of April 12-15, 1976, slides, figures, 1976

Box 325   Folder 1

Figures, glossy prints, ca. 1976

Box 325   Folder 2

Paper with Steve Christon, corotating proton events, drafts, memos, 1976-1977

Box 325   Folder 3

Paper with Steve Christon, drafts, correspondence, March 1977

Box 325   Folder 4-7

Paper with Steve Christon, solar flare of May 29, 1974, draft, notes, references, 1977-1978

Box 325   Folder 8-9

"Electron Calibration of Instrumentation for Low-Energy High-Intensity Particle Measurements at Mercury," annotated draft, February 1978

Box 325   Folder 10

"Electron Calibration of Instrumentation for Low-Energy High-Intensity Particle Measurements at Mercury," figures, November 1978

Box 326   Folder 1

Jim Eraker-JAS letter on Jovian electrons, evidence for Jovian electrons, memo from Eraker, May 1977

Box 326   Folder 2

Jim Eraker-JAS letter on Jovian electrons, data, notes, 1978-1979

Box 326   Folder 3

Jim Eraker-JAS letter on Jovian electrons, drafts, notes, 1978-1979

Box 326   Folder 4

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, paper with Jim Eraker, drafts, figures, reprints, 1975-1984

Box 326   Folder 5

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, drafts, reprints, 1981-1982

Box 326   Folder 6

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Mercury encounter III notebook, July-August 1982

Box 326   Folder 7

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Mercury encounter III notebook, notes, 1982-1984

Box 326   Folder 8

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Jim Eraker notebook, Mercury-I, 1982-1984

Box 327   Folder 1

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Jim Eraker notebook, Mercury-II, 1983-1985

Box 327   Folder 2

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Jim Eraker notebook, Mercury-III, 1984

Box 327   Folder 3

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, annotated figure captions, March 1975 JPL status bulletin, June 1984

Box 327   Folder 4

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, references, 1984

Box 328   Folder 1

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Jim Eraker notes, data, ca. 1984

Box 328   Folder 2

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Jim Eraker notes, drafts, April-July 1984

Box 328   Folder 3

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Jim Eraker notes, drafts, calculations, July-August 1984

Box 328   Folder 4

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Jim Eraker notes, drafts, figures, July-August 1984

Box 328   Folder 5

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, draft, referee reports, correspondence, notes, 1984-1985

Box 328   Folder 6

Acceleration of charged particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, Jim Eraker comments on draft, February 1985

Sub-subseries 9: JPL. NASA. and Boeing documents

Box 328   Folder 7

JPL Mars scientific model, 1967-1968

Box 329   Folder 1-2

JPL Mars scientific model, 1967-1968

Box 329   Folder 3

JPL Mariner Mars 71 orbiter presentation to science investigators, presentation documents, October 24, 1968

Box 329   Folder 4

JPL MVM 1973 study, August 1, 1969

Box 329   Folder 5

Spacecraft near earth pointing angles to moon, JPL memo, December 14, 1970

Box 329   Folder 6

NASA support instrumentation requirements document, revision 1, July 1, 1971

Box 329   Folder 7-9

JPL spacecraft functional requirements, index, 1971-1972

Box 330   Folder 1-4

JPL spacecraft functional requirements, 1971-1972

Box 330   Folder 5

JPL spacecraft functional requirements, power subsystem insert, 1970

Box 330   Folder 6

JPL spacecraft functional requirements, revisions, power subsystem, charged particle telescope, ground command and Central Computer and Sequence (CC&S) structure, insertion instructions for revisions, 1971-1972

Box 330   Folder 7

JPL spacecraft functional requirements, revisions, 1972

Box 331   Folder 1

JPL spacecraft functional requirements, revisions, 1972-1973

Box 331   Folder 2-5

JPL support equipment functional requirements, index, 1971-1972

Box 332   Folder 1-4

JPL mission operation system design book, revisions, memos, correspondence, 1971-1972

Box 332   Folder 5

JPL mission operation system design book, revisions, Boeing test documents, 1972-1973

Box 332   Folder 6

Boeing environmental test configuration list, 1971-1972

Box 332   Folder 7

Boeing spacecraft system test requirements, 1972

Box 333   Folder 1-2

Boeing spacecraft system test requirements, 1972

Box 333   Folder 3

Boeing general assembly level type approval (TA) and flight acceptance (FA) environmental test specification, 1972

Box 333   Folder 4

Boeing spacecraft system test requirements, October 2, 1972

Box 333   Folder 5

Boeing spacecraft system test requirements, October 2, 1972

Box 333   Folder 6

Imaging sequence document, July 1, 1971

Box 333   Folder 7

Imaging sequence document, address list, 1972

Box 333   Folder 8

JPL mission operations system (MOS)/tracking and data system (TDS) design review, December 15, 1971, meeting documents, 1971

Box 334   Folder 1

JPL mission operations system (MOS)/tracking and data system (TDS) design review, December 15, 1971

Box 334   Folder 2

JPL mission and test computer system capability description for system test, paragraph 5.2-6, data recording, revision, April 21, 1972

Box 334   Folder 3-4

JPL flight equipment flight data subsystem, May 9, 1972

Box 334   Folder 5

MVM `73 mass properties report, issue 10, December 1, 1972

Box 334   Folder 6

JPL spacecraft constraints, idiosyncrasies, and operational characteristics, 1972-1973

Box 334   Folder 7

JPL space flight operations plan, volume II, section 4, January 4, 1973

Box 335   Folder 1

JPL deep space network preparation plan, January 15, 1973

Box 335   Folder 2

JPL deep space network preparation plan, spacecraft command dictionary, volume III, April 20, 1973

Box 335   Folder 3

JPL network operations plan, addendum I, May 25, 1973

Box 335   Folder 4

JPL MVM 73 status bulletins, 1973-1974

Subseries 16: Grand Tour mission

Box 336   Folder 1

Possible trajectories, JPL documents, 1968-1969

Box 336   Folder 2

NASA proposal invitation, proposals, 1970-1972

Box 336   Folder 3

Grand Tour définition phase science pre-proposal briefing, documents, November 17, 1970

Box 336   Folder 4

Instrument design notes, December 1970-January 1971

Box 336   Folder 5

NASA announcement of opportunity (A/O), instrument design notes, correspondence, notes, 1970-1971

Box 336   Folder 6

JAS proposals, correspondence, design notes, October 1970-January 1971

Box 336   Folder 7

Proposal for Grand Tour mission, memos, correspondence, 1970-1972

Box 336   Folder 8

Mariner Jupiter-Saturn mission (MJS), NASA A/O, "Charged Particle Experiments for the Grand Tour Missions to the Outer Solar System (Proposal for Mission Definition Phase)," notes, 1971-1972

Box 336   Folder 9

Correspondence, proposals, January 1971

Box 336   Folder 10

Experiment proposals, correspondence, mission acceptance, schedule, January-April 1971

Box 337   Folder 1

Materials for Energetic Particles Team (EPT) report, documents, notes, EPT meeting 3, June 1971

Box 337   Folder 2

EPT memos, SSWG meeting 3 at JPL, NGR 14-001-196 proposal supplement 1, July-September 1971

Box 337   Folder 3

EPT meeting 4, LASR, December 17-18, 1971, documents, EPT correspondence, September-December 1971

Box 337   Folder 4

JPL documents, memos, drawings, September-November 1971

Box 337   Folder 5

Minutes of SSG meeting 7, November 4-5, 1971

Box 337   Folder 6

SSG working session on Outer Planets Grand Tour (OPGT) mission and spacecraft design, documents, December 1971

Box 337   Folder 7

EPT report outline, figures, correspondence, 1971

Box 338   Folder 1

MJS JPL documents, master schedule, mission requirements, "Energetic Particles Measurements on Outer-Solar-System Missions," EPT report, 1972

Box 338   Folder 2

MJS 1977, SSG meeting 11, SSG reports, spacecraft summary description, April-May 1972

Box 338   Folder 3

MJS 1977, proposal, notes, 1972

Box 338   Folder 4

Refusal letter, proposal, correspondence, 1972

Box 338   Folder 5

Mariner Jupiter-Uranus, AGU meeting of June 19, 1975, SSB summer study, JPL documents, 1974-1975

Box 338   Folder 6

Glossy figures on grand tours, n. d.

Subseries 17: International Sun-Earth Explorer (ISEE)

Box 339   Folder 1

Documentation and history of Peter Meyer's attempted high energy electron experiment, 1970-1975

Box 339   Folder 2

Announcement of spaceflight opportunity for heliocentric satellite, ESRO documents, first draft of proposal, memos, correspondence, 1971-1972

Box 339   Folder 3

Meetings, memos, correspondence, 1972-1973

Box 339   Folder 4

Proposal, August 30, 1972

Box 339   Folder 5

NASA proposal, "Isotopic and Charge Separation of Solar and Galactic High Energy Nuclei," 1972

Box 339   Folder 6

Proposals, August-September 1972

Box 340   Folder 1

NASA correspondence, documents, distribution memos, 1972-1973

Box 340   Folder 2

GSFC pre-proposal briefing report, notes on experiment selection and contracts, 1972, 1974

Box 340   Folder 3

Mother-daughter orbits, SWT meeting minutes of February 7-September 1973, 1972-1973

Box 340   Folder 4-5

Documents, proposals, 1972-1973

Box 340   Folder 6

Instrument calibration, LBL Bevatron correspondence, notes, 1972-1973

Box 340   Folder 7

Materials for meeting at NASA headquarters, January 8, 1973, private comparisons and comments regarding Harry Heckman-Douglas Grenier proposal, 1972-1973

Box 340   Folder 8

Materials for meeting at NASA headquarters, travel, notes, 1972-1973

Box 340   Folder 9

Materials for meeting at NASA headquarters, supporting material, 1972-1973

Box 340   Folder 10

Materials for meeting at NASA headquarters, proposal revision, notes, drawings, 1972-1973

Box 340   Folder 11

Materials for meeting at NASA headquarters, notes, documents, 1972-1973

Box 340   Folder 12

Meeting on the Mother-Daughter Heliocentric Mission, Noordwijk, Holland, correspondence, January 1973

Box 341   Folder 1

ISEE-M meeting, curved detector development at LASR, photographs of detectors, n.d.

Box 341   Folder 2

Revisions of JAS experiment assigned to mother satellite, correspondence, 1973

Box 341   Folder 3

Modifications for low energy telescope (LET) on mother spacecraft, February 27, 1973

Box 341   Folder 4

SWT meeting, February 1973, glossy figures of telescope

Box 341   Folder 5

Proposed instrument changes, instrument design, correspondence, 1973-1974

Box 341   Folder 6

Instrument degradation possibilities, notes, correspondence, SWT meeting minutes, 1973-1974

Box 341   Folder 7-8

International Magnetospheric Explorer (IME) materials regarding Sheffield meeting, telemetry, memos, data processing unit diagrams, August-November 1973

Box 341   Folder 9

Weekly isotope experiment meetings, testing, calibration, documents, memo, drawings, June-July 1973

Box 341   Folder 10

ISEE-SIM detectors and telescope, reports on performance characteristics, 1973-1974

Box 341   Folder 11

Reports on instrument costs and power requirements, drawings, data processing unit (DPU), 1973-1974

Box 341   Folder 12

ISEE-A and IME proposals, 1973-1974

Box 341   Folder 13-14

ISEE-M, weight estimates, notes, memos, drawings, 1974-1977

Box 341   Folder 15

ISEE-M instrument description, Phoenix schedules and memos, Pioneer 11 data anomalies, 1973-1975

Box 342   Folder 1

ISEE problem, experiment cancellation, chronology of event, correspondence, 1973-1975

Box 342   Folder 2

ISEE problem, notes from discussions, ISEE and IME proposals, 1973-1974

Box 342   Folder 3

ISEE problem, chronology of ISEE events, NASA management policies, removal from mission, NASA correspondence, memos, 1973-1975

Box 342   Folder 4

ISEE problem, notes and memos following NASA decision of December 19, 1974 regarding ISEE-A, January 1975

Box 342   Folder 5

ISEE resubmission, proposal requesting experiment revisions, instrument description, 1974

Box 342   Folder 6

ISEE resubmission, ISEE-M proposal, correspondence with NASA, options for isotope instrument degradation, auroral satellite, notes, 1974

Box 342   Folder 7

Kevex detectors, memos, 1974-1975

Box 342   Folder 8

ISEE-M electronics, report on available electronic technologies, July 1974

Box 342   Folder 9

Memos to Bevalac users, 1974

Box 342   Folder 10

NASA Support Instrumentation Requirements Documents (SIRD), ISEE project newsletter, experiment interface document, 1974-1975

Box 342   Folder 11

Memo on position-sensing detectors and trajectory definition, January 1976

Subseries 18: Cosmic Ray Isotope Experiment (CRIE)/Solar Isotope and Radiation Experiment (SIRE)

Sub-subseries 1: Communication with Navy, Hughes Aircraft Co., mission planning, instrument design

Box 343   Folder 1

SIS design, rare event magnet spectrometer, memos, magnet material choices, 1973-1974

Box 343   Folder 2

Possible satellite opportunities, Navy correspondence, Boeing documents and correspondence, 1974-1976

Box 343   Folder 3

Phoenix and SIS "hardware" proposal material for Albert Opp, SIS proposal technical section, 1974-1976

Box 343   Folder 4

NASA A/Os 6 and 7, letters of intent and information, telescope design alternatives, isotope abundances, budgets, proposal notes, block diagram, figures, notes, September-October 1974

Box 343   Folder 5

NASA A/Os 6 and 7, NASA correspondence, radius of closest approach (RCA) Explorer information, A/O #5, pre-proposal briefing, memos, "Regarding Management Policies at NASA Headquarters Which Influence the Conduct of Science in the Area of Physics and Astronomy," 1974-1975

Box 343   Folder 6

NASA A/Os 6 and 7, SIS proposal, memos, 1974-1975

Box 343   Folder 7

NASA A/Os 6 and 7, proposal addenda on instrument combination, photograph, 1974-1975

Box 343   Folder 8

NASA A/Os 6 and 7, The Isotopic Composition of Galactic Cosmic Rays at Low and Medium Energies," proposal, 1974-1975

Box 343   Folder 9

NASA A/Os 6 and 7, Jupiter orbiter probe, Explorer satellites, proposals, correspondence, 1975-1976

Box 343   Folder 10

NASA A/Os 6 and 7, Jupiter orbiter probe, proposal budgets for fiscal years 1979-1982, 1976-1982

Box 344   Folder 1

SIS plans, statement of philosophy and purpose, proposal, notes on neon isotope ratios, proposal drafts, detector development, notes, October-November 1974

Box 344   Folder 2

Phoenix, ground support equipment (GSE) computer memory, 1974-1975

Box 344   Folder 3

Phoenix/SIS expenditures, 1974-1976

Box 344   Folder 4

"Solar Flare Energy Conversion and the Radio Communication Environment of Earth," "Concerning the Possible Interest of ERDA in Experiments to Determine the Isotopic Composition of Solar Matter," February 24, 1975

Box 344   Folder 5

Brief description of Phoenix experiment, draft, figures for proposal, July 1975

Box 344   Folder 6

Commander Oberle file, drafts of DoD applications for Space Experiments Support Program (SESP) program, magnetic bubble memory, correspondence, 1975-1976

Box 344   Folder 7

Commander Oberle file, DoD materials, correspondence, ISEE, "Solar Flare Energy Conversion and the Radio Communication Environment of Earth," 1973, 1975

Box 344   Folder 8

Commander Oberle file, DoD presentation, July 10, 1975, viewgraphs, correspondence

Box 345   Folder 1

SESP proposal draft, tables, April 1975

Box 345   Folder 2

Instrument design, SIRE spacecraft configuration, LBL testing, telescope modification drawings, Kevex detector contamination, Phoenix GSE, ISEE, LASR policy committee meeting, June 1975, schedules, memos, 1975-1977

Box 345   Folder 3

Instrument design, LBL testing, Ortec negotiations, circuit miniaturization, expenditures, notes, sketches, drawings, memos, 1976

Box 345   Folder 4

Space Test Program, sortie payloads, shuttle utilization conference, Aerospace Corporation documents, 1975

Box 345   Folder 5

Space Test Program, payloads as of January 1, 1976

Box 345   Folder 6

Space Test Program, status report, March 31, 1976

Box 345   Folder 7

"Isotopic Measurements of Nuclei in the Solar and Cosmic Radiation in Charge Range H to Ni," ONR-602, proposal to NASA, flight plan status, payload requirements questionnaire, April-October 1976

Box 345   Folder 8

DoD/ONR meetings of August 11-13, presentation documents and viewgraphs, SESP proposals, STP documents, detector photographs, 1976

Box 345   Folder 9

Phoenix I, ONR 602/4, Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory (LPARL) correspondence, S81-1, drawings, memos, 1977-1982

Box 345   Folder 10

STP experiment priorities, revised SIRE polar orbiter, ONR 602 to replace ONR 603, LBL, random access memories, USAF correspondence, February-March 1977

Box 345   Folder 11

ONR presentation of August 9, 1977, STP documents, 1977

Box 345   Folder 12

Viewgraphs summarizing ONR 602 and ONR 603 work, notes for AF negotiations, 1977

Box 346   Folder 1

SIRE/pallet manpower analysis, budgets, September-October 1977

Box 346   Folder 2

SIRE/pallet manpower analysis, budgets, LASR projects financial reports, 1977-1978

Box 346   Folder 3

STP program, review meetings, memos, 1977

Box 346   Folder 4

STP program, "Five Year Plan for Space Test Program," 1978

Box 346   Folder 5

NASA presentation for Explorer program, March 9-10, 1977, reviewer questions and submitted answers, correspondence, notes, viewgraphs, January-March 1977

Box 346   Folder 6

NASA presentation for Explorer program, budgets, January 1977

Box 346   Folder 7

NASA presentation for Explorer program, document preparation, budgets, correspondence, notes, January 1977

Box 346   Folder 8

NASA presentation for Explorer program, proposal for "Isotopic Measurements of Nuclei in the Solar and Cosmic Radiations in the Charge Range Hydrogen to Nickel," 1976-1977

Box 346   Folder 9

NASA presentation for Explorer program, isotope experiment, Explorer program rejection, notes, budgets, 1976-1977

Box 346   Folder 10

NASA presentation for Explorer program, NASA report, January 31, 1977, notes prepared for Albert Opp, April 9, 1977, review meeting, notes, January-April 1977

Box 347   Folder 1

Materials for NASA presentation of November 21, 1977, related documents, October-November 1977

Box 347   Folder 2

SIRE/P80-2, program management plan, spacecraft interface, contract appendix, 1977

Box 347   Folder 3

SIRE/P80-2, estimations of background radiation rates, Hughes Aircraft Co. correspondence, January-February 1978

Box 347   Folder 4

SIRE/P80-2, meeting agendas, August-September 1978

Box 347   Folder 5

SIRE/P80-2, schedules, viewgraphs, notes, Out of Ecliptic mission (OOE), ca. 1978

Box 347   Folder 6-7

Phoenix/SIS, "Report on the Proposed Program of Cosmic Ray and Solar Flare Accelerated Isotopes from Hydrogen through Nickel," February 2, 1977

Box 347   Folder 8

CRIE, proposal request from GSFC, new proposal from UC, notes, correspondence, December 1977

Box 347   Folder 9

SIRE contract negotiations and UC/Office for Civil Rights problem, 1977-1978

Box 347   Folder 10

Organizations and names associated with P80-2 mission, Lockheed Missiles and Space Company (LMSC) familiarization meeting agenda, January 1978

Box 347   Folder 11

John Wefel as Co-Principal Investigator, letter, May 1978

Sub-subseries 2: Design and testing of instruments

Box 347   Folder 12

SIS, memos on telescope design, spacecraft pallet, 1974, 1978

Box 347   Folder 13

SIRE-Hi, counting rates, memos, 1975-1978

Box 347   Folder 14

SIS circuit block diagrams, design, 1976-1978

Box 347   Folder 15

Detectors for SIS/Lo energy telescope, characteristics, 1976-1978

Box 347   Folder 16

Detector thickness mapping, negotiations with Ortec on detector construction, 1976-1978

Box 348   Folder 1

Memos from Anthony Tuzzolino, Kevex detectors, 1976-1978

Box 348   Folder 2

SIRE information notebook, timelines, schedules, Pallet schedules, instrument performance, 1977

Box 348   Folder 3

Memos from Remi Jacquet, June-October 1977

Box 348   Folder 4

Memos from Pete Walpole, October 1977

Box 348   Folder 5

Lieutenant Ron Higdon and STP correspondence, SESP application, MIL-specs, November 1977

Box 348   Folder 6

GSE computer replacement, memo, November 1977

Box 348   Folder 7

Position sensing detector development and testing, shock testing, memos, notes, 1977-1978

Box 348   Folder 8

SIRE mechanical drawings index, Lockheed drawings, spacecraft interface, 1977-1978

Box 348   Folder 9

SIS mechanical drawings, 1977-1978

Box 348   Folder 10

SIS mechanical drawings, July-September 1977

Box 348   Folder 11

SIRE monitor telescope, design, memos, 1977-1978

Box 348   Folder 12

SIRE, design, GSE, memos, notes, November-December 1977

Box 348   Folder 13

SIRE-Lo, counting and flare rates, 1977-1978

Box 348   Folder 14

Memos and drawings on design of logic, instrument levels, counting rates, 1977-1978

Box 349   Folder 1

Isotope program schedules as of September 1977

Box 349   Folder 2

P80-2 program familiarization meeting at LMSC, memos, documents, instrument materials list, 1977-1978

Box 349   Folder 3

P80-2 program familiarization meeting at LMSC, documents, January 1978

Box 349   Folder 4

Phoenix telescope design and response characteristics, January-March 1978

Box 349   Folder 5

Spacecraft interface, data format, Bert Visscher correspondence, January 1978

Box 349   Folder 6

SIRE spacecraft interface, mounting and view angles, May 1978

Box 349   Folder 7

SIRE/CRIE circuit block diagrams index, May-July 1978

Box 349   Folder 8

Mass summary for SIRE, June 1978

Box 349   Folder 9

Critical design review at UC, August 1978, documents, viewgraphs, early data record (EDR) specifications, 1976-1978

Box 349   Folder 10

Critical design review at UC, August 1978, notes, 1978

Box 349   Folder 11

Obsolete SIRE documents, memos, correspondence regarding instrument design, interface control document, testing, working group meetings, Lockheed documents, data transmittal arrangements, 1978-1979

Box 349   Folder 12

Obsolete SIRE documents, testing, spacecraft interface, October-November 1978

Box 349   Folder 13

Obsolete SIRE documents, testing, Sam Houston-James E. Lamport memos, 1978-1979

Box 349   Folder 14

Obsolete SIRE documents, testing, Robert Johnson-James E. Lamport memos, 1978-1979

Box 349   Folder 15

Obsolete SIRE documents, testing, memos, 1978-1979

Box 350   Folder 1-2

Obsolete SIRE documents, testing, memos, 1978-1979

Box 350   Folder 3

Interface Control Document (ICD), UC meetings, June 29-30, 1979, summary, July 1978

Box 350   Folder 4

Interface Control Document (ICD), preliminary version, drawings, April-August 1978

Box 350   Folder 5

Interface Control Document (ICD), testing agreements, meetings, comments on version 3 of ICD, memos, 1978

Box 350   Folder 6-7

Interface Control Document (ICD), memos, September-November 1978

Box 350   Folder 8

Phoenix, software and programming, orbital requirements document preparation, April 1979

Sub-subseries 3: Instrument testing and calibration at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (LBL)

Box 351   Folder 1

Detector bias dependence notes, beam time proposal, memos, correspondence, 1976-1979

Box 351   Folder 2

Detectors, telescopes, characterization measurements, Anthony Tuzzolino memos, 1976-1979

Box 351   Folder 3

Photographs of instrument, n.d.

Box 351   Folder 4

Progress report, results of LBL analysis and inflight calibrator (IFC) studies, calibration, 1977-1979

Box 351   Folder 5

Monthly financial reports, report to GSFC, 1977-1979

Box 351   Folder 6

Pre-1979 hardware issues applicable to CRIE-Hi&Lo, logic and electronics, 1977-1979

Box 351   Folder 7

Program generator, descriptions, 1978-1979

Box 351   Folder 8

Systems testing sequences, LMSC meeting, March 22, 1978

Box 351   Folder 9

Lockheed documents from meeting, Perkins visit, July 19-21, 1978

Box 351   Folder 10

SIRE staff meetings, John Wefel memos, status reports to Lockheed, NASA, LBL calibration, 1978-1979

Box 351   Folder 11

Thermal analysis memo, February 1979

Sub-subseries 4: S81-1 mission (Phoenix 1)

Box 351   Folder 12

ONR, correspondence, experiment proposal, 1973-1981

Box 351   Folder 13

ONR, correspondence, 1982

Box 352   Folder 1-2

ONR, correspondence, 1983-1984

Box 352   Folder 3

Navy Space Systems Activity, correspondence, 1978

Box 352   Folder 4

Navy Space Systems Activity, correspondence, mission and flight information, 1979

Box 352   Folder 5-8

Navy Space Systems Activity, correspondence, 1980-1984

Box 352   Folder 9-10

CRIE-Lo, memory, host vehicle description, working group meetings, interface, testing, calibration, telemetry, distribution memos, 1979

Box 353   Folder 1

Cost growth problem, cost projections, progress reports, NASA correspondence, January-April 1979

Box 353   Folder 2

Cost growth problem, cost and effort evaluation, schedules, March 1979

Box 353   Folder 3-4

Calibration and testing at LBL, thermal and shake tests, distribution memos, 1979-1980

Box 353   Folder 5

ONR space activities review for STP, Washington, September 25-26, 1979, "Some Thoughts on Strengthening DoD Innovative Research and Development in Space," viewgraphs, NASA documents, notes, 1979

Box 353   Folder 6

ONR review meeting October 19, 1979, SESP 1721 forms, correspondence, notes, memos, September-October 1979

Box 353   Folder 7

CRIE-Lo, Super GSE user's manual, environmental test report, 1979-1980

Box 353   Folder 8

CRIE-Lo, ICD revisions, January-February 1980

Box 353   Folder 9

CRIE-Lo, final ICD, February 1980

Box 353   Folder 10

Testing, program generator, status review meeting at LPARL, distribution memos, 1980

Box 354   Folder 1-4

CRIE-LO 1980, design reviews, testing, correspondence, funding, interface scheduling, distribution memos, January-December 1980

Box 354   Folder 5

CRIE-LO 1981, testing, schedules, Dave Cauffman dispute, memos, January-August 1981

Box 355   Folder 1

S81-1 experimental flight requirements and operations plans (EFROP), April 1981

Box 355   Folder 2

S81-1 experimental flight requirements and operations plans (EFROP), related correspondence, May 1981

Box 355   Folder 3

ONR 604 project summary, NASA correspondence, April 1981

Box 355   Folder 4

ONR 604, notebook for April 9, 1981 presentation at NRL, viewgraphs, 1981

Box 355   Folder 5

Status review meeting, data acquisition and processing issue, memos, correspondence, May 1981

Box 355   Folder 6

Data processing, Dave Cauffman-John Wefel correspondence, flare alerts, launch date, status review meeting, 1981-1982

Box 355   Folder 7

AF documents, General Dynamics Corporation, mission possibilities, 1981-1982

Box 356   Folder 1

Acceptance review meeting at LPARL, Lockheed meeting notebook, August 20-21, 1981

Box 356   Folder 2

Acceptance review meeting at LPARL, instrument testing, meeting minutes, correspondence, memos, August 1981

Box 356   Folder 3

Telemetry coverage and data processing issue, Dave Cauffman correspondence, memo of agreement draft, memos, 1981

Box 356   Folder 4

CRIE-Lo 1982, telemetry, address list, memos, correspondence, January-May 1982

Box 356   Folder 5

Launch preparation, flight readiness review, memo, February 1982

Box 356   Folder 6

USAF, information on the STP S81-1 Mission, SPACERAD Science Team, correspondence, 1982-1983

Box 356   Folder 7

USAF, SPACERAD information, correspondence, 1984

Sub-subseries 5: ONR-301, Energetic Heavy Ion Composition (EHIC) experiment

Box 356   Folder 8

Navy space review, call for experiments, April 1983

Box 356   Folder 9

Navy space review, memos, viewgraphs, March-April 1983

Box 357   Folder 1

Meeting of October 11, 1984, viewgraphs, notes, 1983-1984

Box 357   Folder 2

Experiment description, 1721 forms, budgets, memos, 1983-1984

Box 357   Folder 3

Navy review, notes, correspondence, priority list, April-July 1984

Box 357   Folder 4

1985 matters regarding AF, NASA memos, spacecraft possibilities, 1984-1985

Box 357   Folder 5

Herzberg Institute-UC meeting, June 1986, Cosmic Ray Program Working Group report, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) EHIC presentation of January 1986, RCA meetings, EHIC television and infrared (TIROS), spacecraft interface, 1985-1986

Box 357   Folder 6

Proposal, telescope design considerations, May-July 1986

Box 357   Folder 7

Proposal, reviews, responses, budgets, memos, October-November 1986

Box 357   Folder 8

NRC (Canada) collaboration papers, proposal draft, 1986-1987

Box 357   Folder 9

Approval by NASA and ONR with funding, proposal to NRC (Canada), memos, March-April 1987

Subseries 19: International Solar Polar Mission (ISPM, Ulysses)

Sub-subseries 1: Mission definition, international collaboration and planning

Box 358   Folder 1

MJS mission, electron spectrometer options, Cosmic Ray Working Group (Leiden) documents, 1972

Box 358   Folder 2

"Experiments Out of the Ecliptic Plane: An Introduction to the Ex-ecliptic Mission," notes on mission options, viewgraphs, 1972-1976

Box 358   Folder 3

Material for talk on ISPM mission, including UC and COSPIN, NAS review of ISPM, ca. 1972

Box 358   Folder 4

OOE mission with Pioneer H, OOE advisory committee meetings, trajectories, ESRO and JPL documents, notes, 1972-1974

Box 358   Folder 5

OOE mission with Pioneer H, S.I. Rasool correspondence, Wilcox letter to NASA supporting OOE,

  • Pioneer 11, notes, 1973
Box 358   Folder 6

OOE mission with Pioneer H, Science Advisory Committee, NASA correspondence, solar corona observations, August-September 1974

Box 358   Folder 7

OOE mission with Pioneer H, papers on solar studies, December 1974

Box 358   Folder 8

MJS mission, data exchange, correspondence with Klaus-Peter Wenzel, C.J. Waddington, and D. Edgar Page, 1973-1975

Box 358   Folder 9

OOE articles by JAS and others, ESTEC meeting of October 26-27, 1974, notes, correspondence

Box 358   Folder 10

ESA documents, preliminary mission definition, summaries of scientific objectives of an OOE mission, ESRO/NASA Mission Definition Group, notes, 1974

Box 358   Folder 11

NASA/ARC documents, mission study final report, papers on OOE dust, 1974

Box 359   Folder 1

JPL consulting agreement, expense reimbursement, ESRO OOE advisory committee, 1974

Box 359   Folder 2

Collaboration agreement, scientific advisory committee, ISEE, OOE Science Working Group, 1974-1976

Box 359   Folder 3

"Charged Particle Astronomy in Interplanetary Space at High Altitudes: An Evaluation of Two Alternate Out-of-the-Ecliptic Space Missions, "ESRO mission definition study report, OOE report by D. Edgar Page, correspondence, 1974-1975

Box 359   Folder 4

"A Preview of Mission Alternatives and Their Scientific Opportunities," correspondence, 1974-1975

Box 359   Folder 5

Symposium on the Study of the Sun in an Interplanetary Medium in 3 Dimensions, May 15-16, 1975, viewgraphs, JPL and ARC documents, program, May-June 1975

Box 359   Folder 6

Discussions on a charged particle experiment for the proposed OOE mission, documents, agenda, October 20-21, 1975

Box 359   Folder 7

OOE consortium, working group meetings, GSE, letter of agreement draft, notes, Eugene N. Parker memo, 1975-1977

Box 359   Folder 8

ESA, Holland trip, OOE Science Working Group, Peter Wenzel correspondence, 1976

Box 359   Folder 9

COSPIN, consortium negotiations, correspondence, 1976-1977

Box 359   Folder 10

OOE Science Working Group, consulting arrangements, ESA Report on Phase A Study, May-July 1976

Box 359   Folder 11

OOE Science Working Group, consulting arrangements, receipts, JPL contracts, 1976-1977

Box 359   Folder 12

OOE Science Working Group, meetings, meeting documents, notes, memos, minutes, July-September 1976

Box 359   Folder 13

OOE Science Working Group, JPL meetings, October 21-22, mission design, JPL documents, August-October 1976

Box 359   Folder 14

OOE Science Working Group, meeting, January 3-4, 1977, Peter Wenzel and Robert Hynds correspondence, data processing arrangements, memos, 1976-1977

Box 360   Folder 1

OOE Science Working Group, recommendations to NASA/ESA, NASA/ESA mission A/O, notes, 1976-1977

Box 360   Folder 2

OOE movie description, trajectory options, 1976

Box 360   Folder 3

"Cosmic Ray and Solar Charged Particle Investigations Out of the Ecliptic," August 1977

Box 360   Folder 4

NASA A/O, Imperial College proposal, viewgraphs, memos, 1977

Box 360   Folder 5

Proposal drafts, memos, correspondence, 1977

Box 360   Folder 6

Proposal submission, NASA/ESA proposal preparation guidelines, LET Csl option, JPL documents, memos, correspondence, notes, schedules, sketches, June-August 1977

Box 360   Folder 7

Cost reduction plan, proposal to NASA for UC part of COSPIN, working group selection, conflict of interest regarding instrument selection, HET testing, Jupiter orbiter probe, correspondence, notes, memos, 1977-1978

Box 361   Folder 1

Cost reduction plan, summary, December 1977

Box 361   Folder 2

Materials to gain Congressional support for ISPM, correspondence, Eugene N. Parker letter, JPL fact sheet, 1978

Box 361   Folder 3

Kiel consortium, meeting, March 6-7, 1978, JAS's efforts to negotiate at request of NASA/ESA, Kiel proposal, notes, correspondence, sketches, instrument photograph, February-March 1978

Box 361   Folder 4

Kiel consortium, drafts of agreements with Kiel consortium and ESA program office, correspondence, proposals, February-March 1978

Box 361   Folder 5

Kiel consortium, management questions, proposals, data exchange, correspondence, March 1978

Box 361   Folder 6

ESA, ESTEC, Imperial College, Kiel correspondence, GSE, schedules, data formats, shuttle bay cleanliness, spacecraft configuration, 2nd SWT meeting, 1978

Box 361   Folder 7

Galileo project, memos, September-October 1978

Box 361   Folder 8

JPL correspondence, Voyager, meetings, RTG issues, 1978-1981

Box 362   Folder 1

"Experiment Implementation Plan," requirements for JPL support, 1978

Box 362   Folder 2

GSE, testing, science working team meeting #2, instrument power allocation, spacecraft configuration, space shuttle experiment facilities, data exchange format, interoffice memos, 1978

Box 362   Folder 3

Jim Haas correspondence, costs, JPL correspondence, 1979-1981

Sub-subseries 2: Instrument design, spacecraft interface, technical documents

Box 362   Folder 4

Argument for electron telescope, "Mission Goals and Experiment Description," draft, memos, correspondence, August-December 1976

Box 362   Folder 5

Meeting on experiment design, September 18, 1976, meeting with Rochus Vogt and Edward C. Stone, August 9, 1976, spherical harmonic analyses of telescope response, draft of letter of agreement for collaborators, 1976

Box 362   Folder 6

Ortec detectors, IC participation, discussions for proposal, data processing issues, correspondence, 1976-1977

Box 362   Folder 7

Phoenix weight, budgets, cost sharing with IC, ESA A/O, notes, correspondence, March-May 1977

Box 362   Folder 8

NASA spacecraft description, April 2, 1977

Box 362   Folder 9

Project matters, memos, February 1978

Box 362   Folder 10

GSE design, memo on desired capabilities, March 15, 1978

Box 362   Folder 11

GSE design, requirements, 1978

Box 362   Folder 12

Calibration plans, May 3, 1978

Box 362   Folder 13

Anisotropy telescope design, drawings, correspondence, ca. 1978

Box 362   Folder 14

LET design, sketches, drawings, 1978

Box 362   Folder 15

Spacecraft interface and configuration, correspondence, notes, June 22, 1978

Box 362   Folder 16

Memos on power requirements, August 1978

Box 362   Folder 17

Power converter design, memos, correspondence, August-November 1978

Box 362   Folder 18

Data interface with user interface unit (UIU) and CPU, ca. 1978

Box 362   Folder 19

HET, weight analysis, memos, 1978

Box 362   Folder 20

HET, logic design, drafts, August-November 1978

Box 362   Folder 21

HET, electronics preliminary design, September-November 1978

Box 363   Folder 1

HET, software requirements, memos, September-November 1978

Box 363   Folder 2

HET, parts lists, industrial parts, memos, 1978

Box 363   Folder 3

HET, design, notes, memo, September 1978

Box 363   Folder 4

OOE consortium meeting, May 7, 1978, parts problems, purchasing, common buy via JPL, memos, 1978

Box 363   Folder 5

Mission trajectory strategy, 1978

Box 363   Folder 6

Shuttle launch problems, cargo bay cleanliness, October-December 1978

Box 363   Folder 7

RTG radiation problems, testing in RTG environment, Pioneer 10/11 RTG problem analysis, 1969, 1978

Box 363   Folder 8

Thermal analysis, 1978

Box 363   Folder 9

Thermal analysis, thermal control problem for SIM-2, meetings, correspondence, 1980-1981

Box 363   Folder 10

SIM-2, mechanical drawings, October-November 1978

Box 364   Folder 1

Experimenter Interface document, sample from ESA, June 1978

Box 364   Folder 2

Experimenter Interface document, parts a and b, ESA correspondence, November-December 1978

Box 364   Folder 3

Experimenter Interface document, revisions, March 1982

Box 364   Folder 4

Instrument layout and spacecraft configuration, December 1, 1978

Box 364   Folder 5

Data processing, data formats, telemetry, 1978

Box 364   Folder 6

Data processing, DPU design, Imperial College correspondence, meetings, circuit diagrams, 1978-1979

Box 364   Folder 7

Data processing, DPU description, October 5, 1978

Box 365   Folder 1

JPL documents, project plan, November 1978

Box 365   Folder 2

JPL documents, project plan, August 1979

Box 365   Folder 3

JPL documents, project plan, reference trajectory characteristics, October 1979

Box 365   Folder 4

JPL documents, project plan, mission operations and engineering management plan, revision, 1979-1980

Box 365   Folder 5

COSPIN integration at UC, schedule of events through June 1982, instrument status reports, August-September 1981

Sub-subseries 3: Organizational and scientific meetings

Box 366   Folder 1

Minutes from meetings with Kiel consortium, HIA, ESTEC, 1978

Box 366   Folder 2

Sub-COSIN meeting, July 20-21, 1978, minutes, GSE, telemetry, HET power requirements, June-July, 1978

Box 366   Folder 3

ESA project office meetings, September 7-8, 1978

Box 366   Folder 4

COSPIN meeting, Chicago, November 28-30, 1978, agenda, minutes, correspondence

Box 366   Folder 4

Meetings at ESTEC, May 16-24, 1979, dimple motors, electrical interface document, third SWT meeting, chip failure, notes, 1979

Box 366   Folder 5

Preliminary design review at ESTEC, May 21-22, 1979, revised cost proposal to JPL, mass summaries, circuit diagrams, preliminary design description, viewgraphs, instrument drawings, notes, 1979

Box 366   Folder 6

COSPIN meeting, HIA, October 29-November 2, 1979, meeting report, data pool, notes, viewgraphs, 1979

Box 366   Folder 7

Minutes of COSPIN meetings at HIA, Chicago, Kyoto, ESTEC, software "splinter" meetings, 1979

Box 366   Folder 8

Holland trip arrangements, correspondence, 1979

Box 366   Folder 9

ESTEC meetings, interoffice memos, 1979

Box 367   Folder 1

ISPM science newsletter #1, data and research responsibility document, data pool, SWT meetings 3 and 4, correspondence, 1979

Box 367   Folder 2

SWT meeting 3, minutes, documents, April-May 1979

Box 367   Folder 3

SWT meeting 4, agenda, documents, October 1979

Box 367   Folder 4

SWT meeting 4, experiment descriptions, 1979

Box 367   Folder 5

SWT meeting 5, viewgraphs, JPL documents, 1980

Box 367   Folder 6

SWT meeting 5, ISPM and COSPIN meeting minutes, documents, correspondence, 1980

Box 368   Folder 1

COSPIN meetings at ESTEC, October 10-15, 1980, memos on weight and power requirements, instrument storage, testing, insurance, August-October 1980

Box 368   Folder 2

COSPIN Gordon Lentz memos, October-November 1980

Box 368   Folder 3

SWT meeting 6, minutes, documents, 1980

Box 368   Folder 4

SWT meeting 7, gravity wave detection experiment, 1980

Box 368   Folder 5

SWT meeting 7, launch issues, data management, documents, 1981

Box 368   Folder 6

COSPIN meeting at ESTEC, May 11-12, 1981, spacecraft integration, DPU specifications, memos, April-May 1981

Box 368   Folder 7

COSPIN meeting at GSFC, February 14, 1982, mission cancellation compensation, flight unit integration, agenda, memos, viewgraphs, January-February 1982

Box 369   Folder 1

SWT meeting 8, RTG fuel age, launch postponement, documents, January-March 1982

Box 369   Folder 2

SWT meeting 8, memos, correspondence, 1982

Box 369   Folder 3

SWT meeting 9, minutes, 1982

Box 369   Folder 4

SWT meeting 9, Galileo, testing, instrument storage, mission design, rocket choices, August-October 1982

Sub-subseries 4: Memos and correspondence

Box 369   Folder 5

Instrument-spacecraft interface issues, 1980

Box 369   Folder 6

Testing, instrument storage, RTG issues, instrument insurance, interoffice memos, 1980

Box 370   Folder 7

Budget revisions, JPL correspondence, 1980-1982

Box 370   Folder 1

Memos and correspondence, 1981

Box 370   Folder 2-3

Interoffice memos, 1981-1982

Box 370   Folder 4

Kiel correspondence, data exchange, 1982

Box 370   Folder 5

Imperial College correspondence, UIU multiplexer problems, 1982

Box 370   Folder 6

HIA correspondence, 1982

Box 370   Folder 7

ESA correspondence, 1982

Sub-subseries 5: NASA budgeting, Congressional cutbacks

Box 370   Folder 8

NASA/ARC/GSFC, ISPM, IMP 8, Pioneer, correspondence, August-November 1978

Box 370   Folder 9

NASA/ARC/GSFC, ISPM mission acceptance, CRIE, Pioneer 11, IMP 7 and 8, Galileo, Spacelab facility, Albert G. Opp correspondence, active spacecraft review, NGL 14-001-006 uses, 1979

Box 370   Folder 10

NASA/ARC/GSFC, Pioneer 10 and 11 budget cuts, ISPM launch scheduling, correspondence, 1980

Box 371   Folder 1

NASA/ARC/GSFC, Pioneer 10 and 11 budget cuts, RADSAT satellite, IMP Folders 7-8, SIRE, "Summary of Recent Findings from Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11 (Post Saturn) in the Distant Heliosphere-University of Chicago Experiments," "The Need for Continuing IMP-8 Data Coverage in 1982-1983 and Funding for IMP-7/8 Data Analysis," NASA News, LASR capital equipment, correspondence, 1981

Box 371   Folder 2

ISPM Congressional cutbacks, press clippings, Charles Percy correspondence, ESA, notes, correspondence, February-March 1981

Box 371   Folder 3

ISPM Congressional cutbacks, list of selected communications, correspondence, 1981

Box 371   Folder 4

ISPM Congressional cutbacks, ESA documents, statements, March 1981

Box 371   Folder 5

ISPM Congressional cutbacks, ISPM review report, NAS meeting of May 26, 1981, Pioneer 10 and 11 cutbacks, ESA statements, Congressional correspondence, NASA documents, notes, correspondence, 1980-1981

Box 371   Folder 6

Meeting with James Beggs, April 2, 1982, letter on space station desirability, LASR photos, CRRES, ISPM delay to 1986, notes, April-June 1982

Box 371   Folder 7

NASA correspondence, budgets, SSWG, Pioneer 10 and 11, CRIE, LPARL, data transmittal, CRRES, NSSDC review committee, 1982

Sub-subseries 6 Cosmic Ray and Solar Particle Investigation (COSPIN) pre-delivery design review

Box 372   Folder 1

JPL critical design review, September 8-9, 1981, document notebook, 1981

Box 372   Folder 2

JPL critical design review, instrument and DPU descriptions, block diagrams, spacecraft purging, distribution documents, September 1981

Box 372   Folder 3

JPL critical design review, telescope drawings, September 1981

Box 372   Folder 4-6

Final design review at ESTEC, October 12-13, 1982, document notebook, table of contents, 1982

Box 373   Folder 1

Predelivery review at ESTEC, October 18, 1982, "86 Launch Cost Plan," instrument photographs, 1982

Box 373   Folder 2

Spacecraft component descriptions, DPU, Rüdeger Reinhard correspondence, Giotto, instrument storage plan, meetings, memos, correspondence, 1983

Box 373   Folder 3

Instrument calibration operations procedures for SIM, SWT meetings, memos, 1983

Box 373   Folder 4

Instrument testing, component descriptions, SWT meetings, dust detectors, instrument storage problems, meeting minutes, memos, 1983

Box 373   Folder 5

Meeting minutes, memos, meeting documents, spacecraft descriptions, 1984

Subseries 20: Solar flare studies

Box 374   Folder 1

C, N, and O paper submitted 1973, notes, correspondence, memos, draft, 1971-1973

Box 374   Folder 2

Energy dependence of parent and daughter nuclei, notes, correspondence, preprints, 1972

Box 374   Folder 3

IMP 6, Peter Meyer, President's message on science and technology, notes, 1972

Box 374   Folder 4

"A New Test for Solar Modulation Theory: The 1972 Low Energy Galactic Proton and Helium Spectra," IMP 5, drafts, notes, 1972

Box 374   Folder 5

NASA talk, figures, notes, correspondence, June 1972

Box 374   Folder 6

William Dietrich thesis, slides from Dave Anglin, August-November 1972

Box 374   Folder 7

Dave Anglin discussion notes, IMP 4 data, September 1972

Box 374   Folder 8

"Relative Abundances and Energy Spectra of He3 and He4 from Solar Flares," draft, GSFC talk, "Solar Flare Accelerated Isotopes of Hydrogen and Helium," September-November 1972

Box 374   Folder 9

Data and notes on flares of August 1972, September 28, 1972

Box 374   Folder 10

Data and data summaries, 1972

Box 375   Folder 1

Talk on H and He isotopes, GSFC symposium, September 28, 1972, University of California SSG talk, September 19, 1972, IMP 5, drafts, figures

Box 375   Folder 2

Talk on H and He isotopes, GSFC symposium, September 28, 1972, drafts, correspondence, memo, September-October 1972

Box 375   Folder 3

Talk on H and He isotopes, GSFC symposium, September 28, 1972, notes, drafts, October-November 1972

Box 375   Folder 4

List of mail from Chicago requiring action, October-November 1972

Box 375   Folder 5

Balloon experiments, data transmission group meetings, experiment proposals, NSF correspondence, 1973-1975

Box 375   Folder 6

Balloon experiments, proposals, Skyhook, data transmission, instrumentation ideas, budget notes, NSF GA-28368X, National Center for Atmosphere Research, correspondence, 1973-1974

Box 375   Folder 7

Budget preparation, NASA statement of work, June-August 1974

Box 375   Folder 8

"Solar Neutron Spectroscopy-A Brief Summary," correspondence, April 1975

Box 375   Folder 9

Solar neutron experiment, solar probe study, RTG problem, correspondence, 1975-1978

Box 375   Folder 10

Solar neutron experiment, solar probe study, preprints, viewgraphs, January-February 1978

Box 375   Folder 11

Solar neutron studies, new ideas for neutron detectors, meetings, papers, notes, 1976-1978

Box 375   Folder 12

Solar neutron spectroscopy lectures, "Solar Neutron Spectroscopy near the Sun," viewgraphs, 1978

Box 375   Folder 13

AF Geophysical Laboratories contract proposal, notes, March-May 1976

Box 375   Folder 14

Solar probe studies, Solar Probe Science Workshop, ESA report on mission definition, 1976-1978

Box 376   Folder 1

Solar probe studies, JPL meeting, April 12, 1978, RTGs, "Solar Neutron Spectroscopy near the Sun," transparencies, document notebook, notes, 1978

Box 376   Folder 2

JPL meeting, May 24, 1978, Solar Wind, Cosmic Rays and Space Plasmas meeting minutes, 1976-1978

Box 376   Folder 3

JPL meeting, meetings, ISEE, LBL correspondence, documents, 1976

Box 376   Folder 4

JPL meeting, documents on comet missions, meetings, 1976-1978

Box 376   Folder 5

, Interplanetary Physics Working Group, meeting minutes, NASA documents, 1976-1978

Sub-subseries 21: Solar energy

Box 377   Folder 1

Roland Winston reports on solar energy concentrators, patent dispute correspondence, articles, 1974-1979

Box 377   Folder 2

"Solar Energy," The Sun," "Space Science," articles by Evelyn Driscoll, 1974-1975

Box 377   Folder 3

Solar energy Compound Parabolic Concentrator (CPC), JAS lecture notes, speech outline, Compton Lectures 1-4, 1975-1978

Box 377   Folder 4

Solar energy Compound Parabolic Concentrator (CPC) funding request to Congress regarding CPC, description of CPC project, February 16, 1979, August 22, 1986

Box 377   Folder 5

Solar Energy Project, "A Survey and Evaluation of Current Design of Evacuated Collectors," by Owen and Mayes, Consulting Engineers, correspondence, 1976-1980

Box 377   Folder 6

Material for solar talk, article, CPC final report, 1977

Box 377   Folder 7

Roland Winston CPC patent, "Solar Energy Research at the University of Chicago," CPC program review, Solar Energy Research Institute (SERI) pamphlet, J. H. Millar, Roland Winston, correspondence, 1977-1979, 1986

Box 378   Folder 1

Solar energy application with CPCs, General Electric protest document, "Nonimaging Concentrators for Solar Thermal Energy," correspondence on patent issues, 1978-1980

Box 378   Folder 2

Opportunities for solar energy research at UC, "Proposal to Develop Appropriate Solar Energy Technology for India," "Maximally Concentrating Non-tracking Solar Collectors and Their Potential for Applications in India," CPC development, Solar Energy luncheon article, 1978-1985

Box 378   Folder 3

Roland Winston, "Fundamentals and Techniques of Nonimaging Optics for Solar Energy Concentration," General Electric dispute correspondence, 1979-1983

Box 378   Folder 4

Photos of high temperature solar collector, memo, March 15, 1979

Box 378   Folder 5-6

CPC solar patent, General Electric dispute, 1980-1982

Box 379   Folder 1

CPC solar patent, 1981-1982

Box 379   Folder 2

CPC solar patent, patent application of Roland Winston, "Radiant Energy Collection," March 20, 1980

Box 379   Folder 3

Solar energy collector correspondence, reports, articles, Roland Winston patent information, 1980-1981

Box 379   Folder 4

Winston's CPC patent problems, JAS letter to Hanna Gray, UC funding for solar energy, 1981-1984

Box 379   Folder 5-6

Slides of detectors, data and performance charts, n.d.

Subseries 23: Glossy print file

Box 380   Folder 1

Figures and overheads for paper, Rome, 1954

Box 380   Folder 2

Discoverer XXXI, "The Magnetospheric Cut-off for 1.5 MeV Extraterrestrial Protons," with C. Y. Fan and E. C. Stone, Physical Review Letters, March 1964, Mariner IV, "The Heliocentric Intensity Gradient of Cosmic Ray Protons and Helium During Minimum Solar Activity," with J. J. O'Gallagher, Gloeckler, Calgary

Box 380   Folder 3

IMP III, "Isotopic Abundances and Energy Spectra of He3 and He4 above 40 MeV per Nucleon from the Galaxy," with C. Y. Fan, G. Gloeckler, and K. C. Hsieh, Physical Review Letters, May 1966, IMP II, miscellaneous figures IMP I, Explorer 18, "Evidence for >30 KeV Electrons Accelerated in the Shock Transition Region beyond the Earth's Magnetospheric Boundary," with Fan and Gloeckler, Physical Review Letters, August 1964

Box 380   Folder 4

Solar flare of February 5, 1965, IMP II, Mariner IV; Pioneer 6 and 7, "Protons Associated with Centers of Solar Activity and Their Propagation in Interplanetary Magnetic Field Regions and Co-rotating with the Sun," with C. Y. Fan, M. Pick, R. Pyle, and D. R. Smith

Box 380   Folder 5

Mariner IV, IMP II, miscellaneous photos, 1965

Box 380   Folder 6

IMP, miscellaneous photos Mariner IV photos, Science, 149, 1965

Box 380   Folder 7

Pioneer 6, "Anisotropy and Fluctuations of Solar Proton Fluxes of Energies 0.6 to 100 MeV Measured on the Pioneer 6 Space Probe," with C. Y. Fan, J. E. Lamport, and D. R. Smith, JGR, July 1966, miscellaneous figures

Box 380   Folder 8

OGO I figures for proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Cosmic Rays, 1966

Box 380   Folder 9

Voyager proposal, Surveyor lunar surface photographs, 1968

Box 380   Folder 10

Eleventh International Cosmic Ray Conference, 1969

Box 380   Folder 11

Solar flares-rotation 1815, trajectories of spacecraft carrying UC instruments as of 1970

Box 380   Folder 12

OGO I, satellite abundances paper, with George Comstock and C. Y. Fan, Mariner Mars, 1971

Box 380   Folder 13

Charged particle telescope, grand tour, 1971

Box 380   Folder 14

Miscellaneous prints, November 1971

Box 380   Folder 15

Trajectory figures, IMP 5 and 6 and OGO 5, 1971

Box 380   Folder 16

Neutron monitor data figures, instrument photographs, n.d.

Box 380   Folder 17

Neutron monitor photographs, balloon payload photographs, data figures on cosmic ray equator, n.d.

Box 380   Folder 18

Neutron monitors, OGO I, Fenton paper, miscellaneous figures, n.d.

Box 381   Folder 1

Solar activity data figures, photographs of the sun, figures for Handbuch, n.d.

Box 381   Folder 2

Prints for mounting in Room 371, cosmic ray data figures, balloon and aircraft flights, n.d.

Box 381   Folder 3

IMP 1, "Electrons within the Neutral Sheet of the Magnetospheric Tail," with Takashi Murayama, n.d.

Box 381   Folder 4

IMP, Pioneer 6, Mariner, OGO, n.d.

Box 381   Folder 5-6

Miscellaneous figures, n.d.

Box 381   Folder 7-8

Miscellaneous figures, H isotope ratios, from Hsieh, n.d.

Box 381   Folder 9

Dave Anglin, William Dietrich and JAS, n.d.

Box 382   Folder 1

Pioneer 10, JAS and James R. Wang, n.d.

Box 382   Folder 2

Expansion of LASR, Tucson talk, n.d.

Box 382   Folder 3

George Comstock, C. Y. Fan and JAS, Figure 2; Comstock's thesis, OGO I, n.d.

Box 382   Folder 4

Miscellaneous figures, grand tour, electron detectors, n.d.

Box 382   Folder 5

OGO I, miscellaneous photos, "Protons and Nuclei...," Fan, Gloeckler and JAS, IMP I, n.d.

Box 382   Folder 6

General, IMP, Pioneer, viewgraphs, n.d.

Box 382   Folder 7

Miscellaneous figures, n.d.

Box 382   Folder 8

Miscellaneous figures, neutron intensities, n.d.

Sub-subseries 1: Miscellaneous projects and files

Box 383   Folder 1

Lecture outlines in radiobiology for ANL, 1948

Box 383   Folder 2

Papers on cosmic rays, 1949-1950

Box 383   Folder 3

Remarks on the time variation of the rotation of the sun, from Die Naturwissenschaften, 41, 1954

Box 383   Folder 4

Television, radio, and newspaper releases and articles, Pioneer, congressional budget cuts for space sciences, Ryerson Professorship, IGY, Wernher Von Braun, "The Origin of Cosmic Rays" TV program, solar flares, media correspondence, 1955-1968

Box 383   Folder 5

L. I. Dorman, Cosmic Ray Variations, translation, correspondence, notes, 1956-1958

Box 383   Folder 6-7

, , English text, typescript, 1957

Box 383   Folder 8-9

Satellite data compendium, index, 1964-1968

Box 384   Folder 1

Miscellaneous Pioneer, proposal for Pioneer C and D, drafts, March 15, 1964

Box 384   Folder 2

Miscellaneous Pioneer, proposal for Pioneer C and D, proposal, blueprints, 1964

Box 384   Folder 3

Miscellaneous Pioneer, Mini-Pioneer, correspondence, LTV Aerospace Corp. documents, 1969

Box 384   Folder 4

Miscellaneous Pioneer, Pioneer H, proposed "out of ecliptic" mission, interim report, 1971

Box 384   Folder 5

Miscellaneous Pioneer, Pioneer Jupiter orbiter with entry probe, NASA documents, 1976

Box 384   Folder 6-7

AFOs, correspondence, 1969-1975

Box 384   Folder 8

"Program for Calculating the Modulation of Galactic Cosmic Rays," letter from Ian Urch, November 29, 1971

Box 385   Folder 1

Jupiter orbiter probe, low energy proton alpha detector, drawings, calibration curves, Pioneer documents, correspondence, 1972-1976

Box 385   Folder 2

Jupiter orbiter probe, JPL documents, 1975

Box 385   Folder 3

Jupiter orbiter probe, JPL and NASA documents, 1975-1976

Box 385   Folder 4

Jupiter orbiter probe, investigator selection, instrument design, notes, pre-entry science possibility, Galileo, NASA correspondence, 1976-1978

Box 385   Folder 5

Charge coupled devices (CCD), detector types, memos, correspondence, notes, 1972-1976

Box 385   Folder 6

Charge coupled devices (CCD), memos and brochures on commercial devices, correspondence, notes, sketches, 1973-1974

Box 385   Folder 7

Charge coupled devices (CCD), penetrator missions, lunar-polar orbiter, reprints on detectors, commercial products, 1975

Box 385   Folder 8

Position sensing detector developments, ISEE, photographs, memos, notes, drawings, 1973-1974

Box 385   Folder 9

Position sensing detector developments, commercial detectors, photograph, memos, 1973-1974

Box 385   Folder 10

Neutral sheet theory, reprinted articles, JAS notes, 1974-1975

Box 386   Folder 1

Small research module, proposal to ARC, solar isotope experiment, NASA A/O #7, October 18, 1974

Box 386   Folder 2

Small research module, proposal to ARC, solar isotope experiment, project X, 1974

Box 386   Folder 3

List of children's science books from Physics Today, 1968, phone call list, 1974-1975

Box 386   Folder 4

Reprints and reports relevant to satellite technology and telecommunications in poor nations, 1975-1976

Box 386   Folder 5

High Energy Astronomical Observatory (HEAO), Peter Meyer history of Apollo, HEAO and shuttle experiment attempts, 1975

Box 386   Folder 6

NASA proposal for magnetic bubble memory, Technology for Science, correspondence, 1976

Box 386   Folder 7

Solar and Galactic Experiment (SAGE), NASA Open Program, proposal, correspondence, March 1980

Box 386   Folder 8

History of cosmic ray and high energy physics, papers, 1980

Box 386   Folder 9

Dust experiment, Vega, Washington and Max Planck Institute, ESTEC correspondence, schedule, May-December 1983

Box 386   Folder 10

Dust experiment, Vega, Spark Matsunaga correspondence, Congressional testimony on U.S.-Soviet space cooperation, 1984

Box 386   Folder 11

fiber optics, Washington correspondence, papers on pyroelastic materials, instrument testing, COSPIN, memos, 1984

Box 386   Folder 12

CRRES, model spacecraft photos, NASA-USAF brochure, 1986-1988

Box 386   Folder 13

CRRES, DoD experiment status review at LASR, document notebook,

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Series X: Instrument Drawings

Box 387   Folder 1

Ranger, housing assembly solid state detector, cosmic ray telescope assembly, counter tube housing assembly, 1960

Box 387   Folder 2

Discoverer, cosmic ray detector assembly, 1961

Box 387   Folder 3

IMP I, instrument drawings, composition telescope, detectors and "D" scintillator assembly, 1962-1969

Box 387   Folder 4

IMP I, low energy telescope assembly, 1969

Box 388   Folder 1

OGO A/B and EGO, block diagram, composition telescope, proton-alpha telescope, monitor telescope, 1962-1969

Box 388   Folder 2

Pioneer A/B, electrical and mechanical drawings, October 10, 1964

Box 389   Folder 1

Pioneer F/G, logic/block diagram, 1970

Box 389   Folder 2

Pioneer F/G, diagrams, 1970

Box 389   Folder 3-4

Index book for drawings stored in LASR

Series XI: Restricted Correspondence (NOTE- Access to materials in this series is restricted until the year 2020.)

Subseries 1: Letters of reference

Box 390   Folder 1

Abella, Isaac D.

Box 390   Folder 2

Ammar, Raymond

Box 390   Folder 3

Anderson, Hugh R.

Box 390   Folder 4

Anderson, Kinsey

Box 390   Folder 5

Apparao, M. V. K.

Box 390   Folder 6

Atkins, William

Box 390   Folder 7

Ausman, Miriam

Box 390   Folder 8

Ayers, James A.

Box 390   Folder 9

A, general

Box 390   Folder 10

Barnes, William Mahl

Box 390   Folder 11

Baron, Robert E.

Box 390   Folder 12

Bezjak, Mary

Box 390   Folder 13

Bozoki, George

Box 390   Folder 14

Brodie, Laird Charles

Box 390   Folder 15

B, general

Box 390   Folder 16

Case, C. Marston

Box 390   Folder 17

Chen, Cecilia Shou-Ching

Box 390   Folder 18

Chen, Henry Sha-lin

Box 390   Folder 19

Chenette, David Louis

Box 390   Folder 20

Clement, Carl John

Box 390   Folder 21

Cronbach, Lee J.

Box 390   Folder 22

Connor, Donald W.

Box 390   Folder 23

Cowsik, Ramanath

Box 390   Folder 24

Crawford, Henry (Hank) J.

Box 390   Folder 25

C, general

Box 390   Folder 26

Dragovan, Mark W.

Box 390   Folder 27

D-E, general

Box 390   Folder 28

Fagot, Wilfred Clark

Box 390   Folder 29

Firor, John

Box 390   Folder 30

Fisk, Lenard

Box 390   Folder 31

Fong, Peter

Box 390   Folder 32

Friedlander, M. W.

Box 390   Folder 33

F, general

Box 390   Folder 34

Gerhart, Donald

Box 390   Folder 35

Giese, Benjamin S.

Box 390   Folder 36

Glaser, Harold

Box 390   Folder 37

G, general

Box 390   Folder 38

Hayward, Steven

Box 390   Folder 39

Hogness, T.R.

Box 390   Folder 40

H, general

Box 391   Folder 1

Jones, Frank C.

Box 391   Folder 2

Jory, Farnham S.

Box 391   Folder 3

J, general

Box 391   Folder 4

Kalnins, Julius

Box 391   Folder 5

Kares, Robert J.

Box 391   Folder 6

Kinsel, Tracy

Box 391   Folder 7

Kobliska, Robert

Box 391   Folder 8

K, general

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  • Folder10: Lockwood, John
  • Folder11: Lu, Kwang-Zu
  • Folder12: Lubran, Jonathan F.
Box 391   Folder 13

L, general

Box 391   Folder 14

Marsden, P. L.

Box 391   Folder 15

Martin, Ronald

Box 391   Folder 16

Morrison, Daniel

Box 391   Folder 17

Murayama, Takashi

Box 391   Folder 18

M, general

Box 391   Folder 19

Nass, Michael

Box 391   Folder 20

Nemirovsky, Ignacio B. E.

Box 391   Folder 21

Ness, Norman

Box 391   Folder 22

N, general

Box 391   Folder 23

O'Gallagher, Joseph J.

Box 391   Folder 24

Overseth, Oliver

Box 391   Folder 25

Page, D. E.

Box 391   Folder 26

Pal, Yash

Box 391   Folder 27

Park, Hyun Soo

Box 391   Folder 28

Pearson, John Carr

Box 391   Folder 29

Pelkey, Ronald

Box 391   Folder 30

Price, P. Buford

Box 391   Folder 31

Puschell, Jefferey J.

Box 391   Folder 32

P, general

Box 391   Folder 33

Raja, P. K. S.

Box 391   Folder 34

Regalbuto, Ralph A.

Box 391   Folder 35

Retzler, John P.

Box 391   Folder 36

Rich, Barry

Box 391   Folder 37

Roederer, Juan

Box 391   Folder 38

Rose, Carl Martin, Jr.

Box 391   Folder 39

Roy, S. K.

Box 391   Folder 40

R, general

Box 392   Folder 1

Sass, Louis C.

Box 392   Folder 2

Sato, Kenzo

Box 392   Folder 3

Schofield, Norman

Box 392   Folder 4

Schreier, Alan A.

Box 392   Folder 5

Snyder, Ralph

Box 392   Folder 6

Steinberg. Philip

Box 392   Folder 7

Subramanian, Shiri G.

Box 392   Folder 8

Sullivan, Neil

Box 392   Folder 9

S, general

Box 392   Folder 10

Tjonaman, Richenel L

Box 392   Folder 11

T, general

Box 392   Folder 12

Urry, Wilbert Lynn

Box 392   Folder 13

Verma, Satya Dev

Box 392   Folder 14

V, general

Box 392   Folder 15

Walpole, Peter H.

Box 392   Folder 16

Weaver, Albert B.

Box 392   Folder 17

Willemsen, Jorge

Box 392   Folder 18

W-Z, general

Subseries 2: Personnel

Box 392   Folder 19

EFI, Health Physicist, applications, 1950

Box 392   Folder 20

EFI, reviews and promotions, 1965-1969

Box 392   Folder 21

LASR, Manager, Administrative Services, applications, 1967

Subseries 3: Referee reports

Box 392   Folder 22

Argonne National Laboratories (ANL)

Box 392   Folder 23

Astrophysical Journal (ApJ)

Box 393   Folder 1-3

Astrophysical Journal (ApJ)

Box 393   Folder 4

Australian Research Grants Committee

Box 393   Folder 5-7

Journal of Geophysical Research (JGR)

Box 393   Folder 8

National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council

Box 394   Folder 1

NASA

Box 394   Folder 2-4

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Box 394   Folder 5

Physical Review and Physical Review Letters

Box 394   Folder 6

Planetary and Space Science

Box 394   Folder 7

Reviews of Modern Physics

Box 394   Folder 8

Miscellaneous referee reports

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