Interesting for us, there are plenty of great high resolution pictures of tracks from the stardust cometary tray and from the tray tiles itself!
For example have a look at the tracks from tile C2054: http://curator.jsc.nasa.gov/stardust/sa ... C2054.html
In the first picture top left you can even clearly see the entry hole (bullet hole) from above.
I wonder if such a catalog will also be done for the IS collector sometime. Apropos, looking at the high resolution tiles pictures from the cometary tray http://curator.jsc.nasa.gov/stardust/sa ... Tiles.html I guess there must be similar pictures from the IS tray photographed at the same time in the lab... Is there a chance to have a look at them by now?!?
Just spotted the link in "Level 1 Photodocumentation" to the foto documentation of the Tray Separation activities: http://curator.jsc.nasa.gov/stardust/Tr ... ration.pdf
From page 9 of this nice documentation ^^:
But there is not yet publicly available a Level 1 Photodocumentation from the interstellar side, is it?Fully rotated tray assembly; refer to Step 6.6.2 in TSP. This was the first opportunity to view the exposed surface of the cometary collector. The Interstellar side is facing towards the rear and was extensively photographed in this position (see Level 1 Photodocumentation)