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    Space Shuttle Challenger

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    1986, the Space Shuttle Challenger disintegrated in midair as the nation watched in disbelief and sadness. The cause of the Challenger accident was determined to be a system design failure on one of the shuttle’s solid rocket boosters. Solid Rocket Boosters (SRBs) are a pair of large solid strap-on rockets that were utilized by NASA during the first two minutes of the Challenger’s Space Shuttle launch. The pair of SRBs was applied to provide an extra liftoff boost for the Space Shuttle during takeoff

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    The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster

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    1.0 Introduction Seventy three seconds into its 10th flight, on January 28, 1986, the Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart over the Atlantic Ocean, killing the seven crew members on board [1]. The Challenger was the second space shuttle constructed by NASA and had completed nine successful missions prior to the disaster. Following the accident, the shuttle program was suspended for 32 months as President Ronald Regan appointed a Commission, chaired by William P. Rogers and known as the Rogers

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    On January 28, 1968 the space shuttle Challenger was deployed from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. One minute and thirteen seconds after liftoff the spaceship ignited in mid air and all seven crew members were killed. The cause of the destruction of the challenger was a certain part of rubber that relieves pressure on the side of the actual rocket booster called an O-ring. When a space shuttle as used as the Challenger is about to be used for another mission there should be an even more careful

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    The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster

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    On January 28, 1986 the Space Shuttle Challenger destined for space came to a crashing halt after just 73 seconds into liftoff. What would the first thought of any normal person be? Why? What went wrong? All seven crew members aboard The Challenger perished. While the physical cause of the Challenger is now known as the failure of mechanics, the Report of the Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident revealed that the primary cause of the disaster was “flaws in the decision

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    EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY SAFETY 335 SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER ULISES CARTAYA ERIC AIMEE TCHUIGOUA OCTOBER 2015 Before going any further with this paper, I would like to take a moment to thank the crew of the space shuttle challenger for their bravery, courage, determinations and and sacrifice for this great nation. Francis R. Scobee (2), Commander, Michael J. Smith (1), Pilot Judith A. Resnik (2), Mission Specialist 1, Ellison S. Onizuka (2), Mission Specialist 2, Ronald E. McNair

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    the days before and day of the lunch? It was a full year before Challenger was going to be launched; a major fault was discovered in the design of the solid rocket boosters (Stathopoulos, V. 2014). Did NASA use a flawed database in its decision to launch the Space Shuttle Challenger or did they mismanage the meeting with the Group Decision Support System (GDSS). NASA uses this system to make decisions when it comes to the space shuttles launches. The (GDSS) knew that the temperature was too low to

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    January 28, 1986, at 11:38am, one minute until the Challenger space shuttle lifted off, the weather was bad, but still have lot people drove to and watch the launch at that freezing day, people don’t know the bad weather are leading to a disaster, actually the engineer already warn that the launch are extremely dangerous at such a cold day, at 11:39am, the Challenger space shuttle took off, few second later abnormal black smoke comes out from the roll booster, around 45 second after took off observed

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    nation’s space program and for our nation in general. On its tenth flight, the Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart 73 seconds after take-off, killing all seven members on board. The spacecraft disintegrated over the Atlantic Ocean. Americans had been eagerly anticipating watching the launch on live TV because one of the shuttle’s crew members was a school teacher. She would have been the first teacher to have traveled in space, so there was a lot of media covering the event. The Space Shuttle Challenger

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    Reagan’s “Space Shuttle Challenger” Since the presidency of George Washington, the people of The United States have turned to the commander in chief in times of distress to receive assurance and hope. Kurt Ritter comments on President Reagan’s address to the nation given on January 28, 1986 saying, “Perhaps no president could have fulfilled the country’s need to mourn and, then, to begin to heal as skillfully as Ronald Reagan (Ritter, 3).” On that morning the space shuttle “Challenger” violently

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    January 28, 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger and The Tragic Disaster Being Reported by Ashlynn LaFlamme – News Broadcaster “Good Morning America. This is Ashlynn LaFlamme, of CBN , reporting live from the NASA launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.” “At the moment the seven astronauts are preparing to enter the space shuttle, Shuttle Challenger, including the first teacher ever in space, Christina McAuliffe, from Concord, New Hampshire. This is a great day in history as

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