[O73] As part of the Search, Recovery and Reconstruction Team effort, a library of Underwater Search Photographs was maintained. Once a photograph was taken, copies were provided to JSC, MSFC, and the Supervisor of Salvage, USN. The master photograph was kept in the data viewing area, Room 2174, Headquarters Building, KSC.
Photos were given an SRR Team number and local experts provided a characterization of the photo and attempted to identify the source of the debris, i.e. SRB, Orbiter, TDRSS, ET and IUS.
This data plus the KSC photo number were entered into a personal computer data base system. This Appendix B is a list of all Underwater Search Photographs logged into the data base as of close of business, May 5, 1986.
Seach Photographs were taken during the debris search and characterization phase. Often these video tapes and photographs were taken by vessels with little or no recovery capability. Views are of pieces of debris, although ocean conditions often produced poor or unusable images.
[O74-O78] Pages 1 through 5.
[O79-O83] Pages 6 through 10.
[O84-O88] Pages 11 through 15.
[O89-O93] Pages 16 through 20.
[O94-O98] Pages 21 through 25.