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    SRIKANTH CHENNUPATI T00597247 sxchennupati@gmail.com Review Questions “Criticality of Data Quality as Exemplified in Two Disaster” by Craig Fisher and Bruce Kingma A) Do you think that the most critical issues that contributed to the Challenger space shuttle disaster in 1986 were primarily data quality issues (i.e. data in poor condition that did not meet requirements) or information quality issues (i.e. information products that did not meet expectations or deliver value)? Explain your answer and support your reasons with quotations from the paper.  Yes, I think the data quality issues are the most critical issues that are contributed to the challenger space shuttle disaster. Because there are so many data quality problems like database inconsistencies and errors,…

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    Challenger Disaster Analysis Zach Raudabaugh 3rd This speech was written by Ronald Reagan in response to the Challenger Disaster which took place on January 28, 1986 in the Oval Office. This was done to mourn the seven who died in the disaster. This was spoken to the citizens of the United States along with the families of those who died in the disaster and NASA. This speech was the right thing to do because Reagan addressed the people of the United States, stated his emotions with the…

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    The Challenger was the first space craft in America that fatally exploded, and it was one of the most tragic days for many in America. The takeoff of the Challenger was viewed by many, including schoolchildren, who tuned in to watch. Many people were watching the Challenger take off into space, but as it was launched, on January 28, 1986, the Challenger broke apart only seventy-three seconds into its flight. This lead to the deaths of its seven crew members, which were five NASA astronauts and…

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    Imagine traveling to an unknown realm and exploring infinite areas, with the help of space explo-ration the possibilities are endless, a period full of discovery and technological advancements, space exploration starting from 1961 to present day has had a major impact on the human race. Whether be success on the first spacewalk and landing on the moon, or to the untimely destruc-tion of the challenger launch, space exploration has contributed to the history our society has to-day. Though the…

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    The Space Shuttle Disaster

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    January 28,1986, was a tragic day in history. It was the day that the STS-51-L mission was the 25th flight launch of the Space Shuttle Program. The mission ended as a tragic, the Challenger suddenly had a catastrophic disaster with only 73 seconds from lift off, the shuttle killed all seven crew members. The Space Shuttle Disaster has a rememberance memorial in Washington D.C in the Arlington National Cemetery. The national Aeronautics and Space Administration will always remember the day that…

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    Mae Jemison is not only the first African American woman to go into space but a very intelligent and strong woman who has left a mark on the America. Mae Carol Jemison was born on October 17, 1956 in Decatur, Alabama. Her father, Charlie Jemison, worked as a roofer and a carpenter. Her mother, Dorothy Jemison worked as an elementary school teacher. When Jemison was three years old, her family moved to Chicago, Illinois. Better educational opportunities in Chicago prompted their move. They…

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    Space Shuttle Tragedy Address Rhetorical Analysis On the 28th of January 1986, President Ronald Reagan was supposed to report on the state of the Union, but his plans were changed. Earlier that day, space shuttle Challenger broke apart after lift off due to O-ring failure because of cold weather. The Challenger disaster killed all seven of the astronauts on board the shuttle. Due to the space shuttle Challenger disaster earlier that day, President Ronald Reagan decided that instead of giving…

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    "You live in a defended island of freedom, but your life is part of the main." Other devices used were ethos, pathos, and logos. Ronald Reagan delivered a speech, Address to the Nation on the Space Shuttle Challenger Tragedy, on January 28, 1986 in Washington D.C. The space shuttle "Challenger" exploded, killing the seven passengers aboard. To commemorate the men and women who lost their lives and offer hope to those who will continue to explore space. Instead of doing a report on the state of…

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    Speech Analysis: President Ronald Reagan's Address on the Space Shuttle “Challenger” Ever had a day already planned out and then something happens that throws everything array? On the evening of January twenty-eighth in 1986, President Ronald Reagan's main goal of the speech was to mourn and remember the lives lost. Ronald Reagan delivered the speech because he was the President and also because he was fit to present this speech to the public because he's not personally invested in the lives…

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    The Challenger Failure

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    The challenger took place in The United States of America. The Challenger was named after the HMS Challenger Royal Navy corvette. This was successful until one morning it exploded. This tragedy happened on January 28, 1986. What happened was that two rubber O-rings had failed due to cold temperatures. The thing was that the rocket exploded seventy-three seconds or one minute and thirteen seconds. There were seven crew members with the names of El Onizuka, Greg Jaruis, Mike Smith,…

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