[meteorite-list] Instructions for Uploading Digital Evidence of Space Shuttle Columbia Accident to NASA
From: Ron Baalke <baalke_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 10:18:24 2004
Instructions for Uploading Digital Evidence to NASA
For anyone who has recorded video or taken photos that
they believe may be of aid in the investigation of the
Space Shuttle Columbia accident, NASA has established
a special location on the Web where Internet users may
upload their media files to be reviewed by NASA.
Using the FTP method of your choice, log on to the server
126.96.36.199 as "anonymous," using your e-mail address
as your password.
User ID: anonymous
Along with any image or video file that you wish to
upload, please include a text file containing your name and
a detailed description of the time and location at which the
image or video was taken.
Example: I, John Doe, recorded this video in my front
yard at 1111 My Street in Nacogdoches, Texas, at 7:55
a.m. on the morning of Saturday, Feb. 1, 2003.
Please be sure that your media file and your text file
conform to the following naming convention: your first
and last name, an underscore, the date the files are being
uploaded, another underscore and the time the files are
being uploaded. Other than the file extension (.jpg, .txt,
.rm), the names of the two files you upload should be the
Image file: johndoe_020203_0415pm.jpg
Video file: johndoe_020203_0415pm.rm
Text file: johndoe_020203_0415pm.txt
Then, upload your media and text files.
Please note that files contained on this site are not listable.
Therefore, users will not be able to view any files
uploaded to the server, including their own.
If you have any problems uploading your files, please
e-mail Mike Koester (michael.koester1_at_jsc.nasa.gov) of
the Johnson Space Center.
All debris is United States Government property and is
critical to the investigation of the shuttle accident. Any
and all debris from the accident is to be left alone
and reported to Government authorities. Unauthorized persons
found in possession of accident debris will be prosecuted to
the full extent of the law. If you find any debris, please
call the Johnson Space Center Emergency Operations Center,
(281) 483-3388 or send e-mail: columbiaimages_at_nasa.gov .
Photos / Video Footage
In order to complete the accident investigation,
NASA asks that any persons with photographs
or video footage call the Johnson Space Center
Emergency Operations Center, (281) 483-3388 or
send e-mail: columbiaimages_at_nasa.gov .
Received on Mon 03 Feb 2003 12:04:53 PM PST