Redman, Roderick Oliver, 1905 - 1975 (physicist)
Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence regarding Paul Instrument Fund grants, including Dr B.V. Bowden's request for an extension of his grant, 1963; correspondence with R.O. Redman concerning astronomical mirrors, 1961-1962; correspondence on the grant to Dr A.R. Thompson, 1961; and correspondence with Sir R. Robinson on Dr Ring. There is also a copy of the minutes of the 30 March 1962 meeting of the British National Committee on Space Research.
A letter from R.O. Redman to Sir Richard Woolley, 24 January 1966, regarding visitors to the Radcliffe Observatory, and a copy of Woolley's reply of 27 January agreeing to pay D.W. Peat's fares to South Africa.
Correspondence with the University of Cambridge, including correspondence with R.O. Redman; G.M. Sisson of Sir Howard Grubb, Parsons and Co. Ltd, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; R.V. Willstrop; Sir Martin Ryle; E.L. Pilditch of Lincoln's Inn Fields; Roger Griffin; D.W. Dewhurst; and P. Maitland. There are also invitations to various functions and the report of the Observatories Syndicate for the year ending 30 September 1963.
A letter from R.O. Redman to Sir Richard Woolley regarding Hartmann tests on the Isaac Newton Telescope.
A letter from R.O. Redman of The Observatories, Cambridge, regarding the advantages of the 3800A CN band over the 4200 band.
A letter from Sir Richard Woolley to R.O. Redman regarding the Hartmann performance of the Isaac Newton Telescope.
Letters regarding the Board of Management of the Isaac Newton Telescope, sent to Dr Hunter by Gwyneth Davies, University of Reading; Basil Willey, Pembroke College, Cambridge; R.O. Redman, The Observatories, University of Cambridge; H.A. Brück, Royal Observatory, Edinburgh; C.W. Allen, University of London Observatory; D.E. Blackwell, University Observatory, Oxford; and A. Sydenham, on behalf of W.H. McCrea, Royal Holloway College, London.
Miscellaneous correspondence with, among others, R.O. Redman of the University of Cambridge; the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London; G. Porter of the Royal Institution; and V.C. Reddish of the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, including letters regarding a lecture by Sir Richard Woolley, with a copy of the actual lecture.
Papers regarding the refurbishment of the Equatorial Group Telescopes, concerned principally with the photometry telescope planned for installation in Dome 'C' and discussing the most suitable type of telescope. There are correspondence and memoranda of R.O. Redman of the Cambridge Observatories, B.E.J. Pagel and Sir Richard Woolley; notes and calculations by Pagel; and a graph of results obtained using the Cambridge Schmidt Camera, dated 22-23 May 1955.