Bell, Donald Lynden ((b 1935) astronomer)
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence between Sir Richard Woolley and Donald Lynden-Bell regarding a request for information from Professor Kreiken and comments on the progress of editing Eggen's work on galaxies.
An undated photograph, 214mm x 164mm, of D. Lynden-Bell, Maarten Schmidt, F. Graham Smith, S.C.B. Gascoigne, Sir Richard Woolley and Gustav Tammann seated in a group. There is an accompanying memorandum identifying the figures in the photograph.
A letter from A.E. Carter to Sir Richard Woolley enclosing a list of computer usage by the Astronomer Royal's Research Team and D. Lynden-Bell's Research Team for the four weeks ending 31 August 1968.
A letter from Donald Lynden-Bell to Sir Richard Woolley regarding the distribution function 'f' for the rotating spherical star clusters.
A letter from Donald Lynden-Bell to Sir Richard Woolley regarding Lynden-Bell's paper on the distribution function for the rotating spherical star clusters.
A letter from Donald Lynden-Bell to Sir Richard Woolley regarding a model for a rotating star cluster.
A letter from C.A. Murray of the Royal Greenwich Observatory to Donald Lynden-Bell of the California Institute of Technology regarding van Maanen's first epoch plates corresponding to globular cluster fields in which Lynden-Bell is interested.
A letter from Sir Richard Woolley to Donald Lynden-Bell regarding a reference to the general theorem, given in a colloquium by Lynden-Bell, that the deviation of the vertex cannot be given by a steady state.
A letter from Sir Richard Woolley to Donald Lynden-Bell regarding a note sent by Lynden-Bell on the deviation of the vertex.
A letter from Sir Richard Woolley to Donald Lynden-Bell regarding the distribution function for rotating spherical star clusters.
A letter from Sir Richard Woolley to Donald Lynden-Bell regarding the latter's paper on the distribution function for the rotating spherical star clusters.
A letter from Sir Richard Woolley to Dr W. Becker of the Astronomisch-Meteorologische Anstalt, Binningen, Switzerland, regarding a paper read in Basle by Donald Lynden-Bell and concerning the indications that the Saudi Arabians are unlikely to go ahead with their telescope project.
A copy of a letter from Redman to John Hutchinson, Science Research Council, enclosing a circular from the Royal Society about scientific cooperation between countries in Western Europe, including Spain; a copy of D. Lynden-Bell's memorandum on organisation of the Northern Hemisphere Observatory; and a revised draft of 'Case for a Northern Hemisphere Observatory for the U.K.'.
A copy of a letter from Redman to John Hutchinson enclosing the revision of 'The Case for a Large British Telescope in the Northern Hemisphere' by D. Lynden-Bell, dated 4 May 1973, and commenting on the 'Guardian' report on impending negotiations with Spain or Gibraltar concerning the Northern Hemisphere Observatory.
A letter from Sir Richard Woolley to the Registrary, Cambridge, supporting the application of Donald Lynden-Bell for the Isaac Newton Studentship, accompanied by a notice on the aim of the Isaac Newton Studentship.
Miscellaneous papers, including a handwritten paper by Sir Richard Woolley on the minimum mass of a star; a note by Woolley on observations of the Sun in very long wave lengths; a letter from D. Lynden-Bell of Clare College, Cambridge, regarding a method of finding general solutions of the Lionville equation without assuming any special velocity distribution such as the ellipsoidal 'law'; and a report by Woolley on his impressions of a visit to Russia.
A copy of a letter from Donald Lynden-Bell to the Northern Hemisphere Observatory Policy Committee, 22 December 1972, with a photocopy of handwritten notes on the case for an observatory in the northern hemisphere, and original notes by Redman on the same subject.
A copy of a paper by Donald Lynden-Bell for the Northern Hemisphere Observatory Planning Committee entitled 'The Northern Hemisphere Observatory', 17 January 1973.
A summary of a paper by Donald Lynden-Bell titled 'Stellar and Galactic Dynamics'.