Hoyle, Fred, Sir, 1915 - 2001 (Knight, astronomer)
Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:
Copies of the correspondence of J.F. Hosie, H.A. Brück and Sir Fred Hoyle regarding possible sites in Spain and the United States for the Northern Hemisphere Observatory.
Correspondence with various people, including B.F.J. Schonland, F.J.M. Stratton, G.B.B.M. Sutherland, R.A. Lyttleton, R.O. Redman and H.S.W. Massey, regarding the nomination for the Royal Society of R.H. Stoy, A.D. Thackeray, D.J. Malan, J.H. Oort, R. Atkinson, A.C.B. Lovell, F. Hoyle and others.
Correspondence regarding the Isaac Newton Telescope Board of Management for 1961, with, among others, the Royal Society; the Royal Astronomical Society; H.A. Brück of the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh; Sir William Hodge of Pembroke College, Cambridge; C.R. Burch; and R.O. Redman of The Observatories, Cambridge. There are also minutes of the 16th meeting of the Isaac Newton Telescope Board of Management on 9 June 1961.
Correspondence regarding the Isaac Newton Telescope Board of Management for 1960 with, among others, the Royal Society; the Royal Astronomical Society; Sir Howard Grubb, Parsons and Co. Ltd; H.A. Brück of the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh; F. Hoyle; the Department of Astronomy, University of Glasgow; and the Department of Physics, Imperial College, London.
A letter from Edgar L. Pilditch, Longbourne, Stevens and Powell, to Sir Richard Woolley, 14 July 1965, enclosing a copy of a letter he has received from Fred Hoyle, 5 July 1965, regarding the future of the Radcliffe Observatory, and a copy of his reply of 14 July, explaining that the Trustees are largely agreed on future arrangements with the Science Research Council.
A letter from Edgar L. Pilditch, Longbourne, Stevens and Powell, to Sir Richard Woolley, 27 July 1965, requesting that he contact Professor Fred Hoyle regarding the proposals for the Radcliffe Observatory's future, and a copy of Woolley's reply of 29 July stating that he has written to Hoyle and suggesting Pilditch ring Mrs Hoyle.
A letter from Edgar L. Pilditch, Longbourne, Stevens and Powell, to Sir Richard Woolley, 8 October 1964, regarding the Radcliffe Student and the Personnel Committee, and enclosing a copy of a letter from A.D. Thackeray to Pilditch of 5 October on the same subjects. There is also a copy of Woolley's reply to Pilditch, 13 October 1964, apologising for not discussing the studentship with Fred Hoyle.
A letter from Edgar L. Pilditch, Longbourne, Stevens and Powell, to Sir Richard Woolley, 4 August 1965, regarding P.J. Andrews's appointment as Second Assistant and the agreement with the Science Research Council and its impact on staff. There is also a copy of Woolley's reply of 5 August commenting on the negotiations between the Trustees and the S.R.C. and expressing concern that he has not been able to contact Professor Fred Hoyle.
Correspondence with B.E.J. Pagel regarding Redman's report on his visit to Australia in April and on the progress of the Anglo-Australian Telescope, a copy of which is enclosed. There are also copies of letters from Redman to S.C.B. Gascoigne and Sir Fred Hoyle, which enclosed copies of the report.
Correspondence with Professor F. Hoyle of Cambridge regarding his proposal to photograph empty 3C fields with the 98-inch telescope.
Correspondence with the Itek Corporation regarding the auto-collimating focus sensor for the Anglo-Australian Telescope, comprised of copies of letters from R. Hills Jr., Itek Corporation, to M.H. Jeffery, 3 May 1968; J.F. Hosie to F. Hoyle, 15 May 1968, enclosing a letter from Hills to Hosie, 3 May 1968; and J. Richard Vyce, Itek Corporation, to J.D. Pope, 14 June 1968, enclosing notes on the application of the Itek Device, including reference to Pope's memorandum and drawing of 20 May.
General correspondence with Professor F. Hoyle, various clockmakers and others, including requests for information and a brief resumé of a proposed Summer Time Bill.
A letter from Professor Fred Hoyle at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Sydney, to Sir Richard Woolley regarding Harding's discovery that the reddest star in Omega Centauri is a carbon star.
A letter from G.A. Harding to Richard Woolley regarding F. Hoyle's interest in Harding's discovery of a carbon star in Omega Centauri.
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