Murray, Colin Andrew, 1926
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence with C.A. Murray, Royal Greenwich Observatory, 29 October 1973 - 30 November 1973, regarding positional errors when measuring Palomar Schmidt plates and the unlikelihood of obtaining money for a dedicated astrometric telescope. The correspondence was prompted by a query from B.E.J. Pagel, Royal Greenwich Observatory, and there is a copy of a letter from Redman to Pagel, 24 October 1973, preceding the other letters.
A letter from C.A. Murray to O.J. Eggen regarding membership of M67 and the proper motion studies available for work on this.
A letter from C.A. Murray to Sir Richard Woolley regarding the proper motions of RR Lyrae stars.
A letter from C.A. Murray of the Royal Greenwich Observatory to Father D.J.K. O'Connell, Society of Jesus, of Specola Vaticana, Castel Gandolfo, Rome, regarding the arrival of plates and volumes of the 'Astrographic Catalogue', a report on the Paris discussion on the Carte du Ciel, and equipment from Ferranti.
A copy of a letter from C.A. Murray, Royal Greenwich Observatory, to A.N. Argue, Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge, requesting his views on facilities for direct photography for the Northern Hemisphere Observatory, particularly on the 2.5m telescope.
A copy of a letter from C.A. Murray to Dr H.W. Babcock, Hale Observatories, 31 January 1974, requesting information about the possible astrometric use of the wide field corrected Richey-Chrétien system on the 1m telescope at Las Campanas and the similar instrument in Israel.
A copy of a letter from Redman to C.A. Murray, Secretary, Large Telescope Users' Panel, reminding United Kingdom observers that H.R.F. Gollnow, Siding Spring Observatory, requires 12 months' notice to obtain special emulsion Kodak plates for the Anglo-Australian Telescope work.
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 Richard Woolley to G.A. Harding regarding the position of star 13530 in Omega Centauri, enclosing a list produced by C.A. Murray of stars which could also be members of Omega Centauri according to proper motion.
A copy of a report on a visit to Vienna Observatory during 13-18 May 1974 by C.A. Murray, 23 May 1974, with a copy of a letter from Murray to Redman, 17 June 1974, regarding cameras for the Northern Hemisphere Observatory telescopes.