Southern Hemisphere Observatory
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
A letter from A. Fowler to Sir Frank Dyson asking his opinion on how the request from C.E. Adams for consideration of the siting of the new Southern Hemisphere Observatory in New Zealand should be dealt with.
A letter from C.E. Adams, the Dominion Astronomer, New Zealand, to Professor A. Fowler, Chairman of the National Committee for Astronomy, 15 July 1930, enclosing a copy of a letter Adams has sent to H.H. Turner that day asking that consideration be given to the claims of New Zealand as the site for a Southern Hemisphere Observatory.
A letter from P.M.S. Blackett to Sir Richard Woolley regarding the proposed Southern Hemisphere Observatory project.
A letter from P.M.S. Blackett to Sir Richard Woolley on the idea of a Southern Hemisphere Observatory project.
A letter from Sir Richard Woolley to P.M.S. Blackett regarding the prospect of a Southern Hemisphere Observatory project, and the possible advantages of delaying such a scheme and building a new observatory in Australia in conjunction with the Australians and Canadians, rather than in South Africa with European partners.