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    discussed a space shuttle project the Challenger shuttle disaster. The first part of the literature review discussed the Vaughan’s (1996) analysis, which found the human errors are one of the main reasons of resulting the Challenger shuttle disaster. Also, by outlining Perrow’s (1999) Normal Accident Theory, it argues that complex interaction system regarded as a technical reason that caused the inevitability of this accident. In order to explore how to improve the quality of shuttle projects of…

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    Engineering Disasters Engineers have opportunities and jobs like no other. Marvellous buildings and structures are completed, and new inventions are being created and implemented into society around the world, all thanks to engineers. However, not all of these inventions and structures are entirely perfect; in fact, some imperfect structures are more popular than the perfect ones because of the impact they have had on the people and areas around them. These famous imperfect structures are…

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    Try not to float away! Space is pretty big, 435,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 KM or 46 billion light years away to be exact. Who knows what is out there. It also has zero gravity so you probably would not be stable at all. Who knows what can happen. Why does this matter? Because space should not privatized. It should not be privatized because multiple lives have been lost while on space missions, it should not be ran by undercover organization that no one knows and last space should not be used…

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    Recently I’ve been exploring a new and fairly bizarre concept of physiological psychology claiming that most of our most vivid memories are actually wrong. It seems so deeply frightening that our most detailed and intense memories may not be nearly as truthful as we think. Memories that we as individuals are absolutely POSITIVE about may actually be distorted and/or fabricated in our own minds without us consciously being aware of it. One cooky discrepancy in the realm of (what I strongly…

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    STS-51-L was a shuttle by NASA that exploded 73 seconds after lift off and killed 7 American astronauts. It takes NASA 1.5 billion dollars to launch a rocket. Therefore, in 73 seconds NASA wasted 1.5 billion dollars and cost us 7 precious lives. Between the years of 1964 and 1999 there have been twenty launches. Within those twenty launches six were failed missions, which in turn lost the U.S $9 Billion. NASA in the future would like to spend about 500 million dollars on each shuttle they…

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    Charles Tucker died on September 1st, 2154. It came as a shock to everyone aboard Enterprise, especially after surviving so many incidents with the Xindi and the other dangers of the Expanse. In the early days of space travel, and even in the early days of the mission, a mechanical accident was considered a real and present danger and a risk the crew would have to take, but after what they had all seen, the idea that a simple equipment malfunction could cause such a talented engineer to lose his…

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    Americans have died from spaceflight missions. The first tragedy was from the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster that occurred on January 28, 1986, leading to the deaths of its seven crew members when it broke apart 73 seconds after takeoff.…

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    On January 28th, 1986, the world experienced one of its most horrific tragedies. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was prepared to launch a shuttle mission. The shuttle that NASA was sending to space was named the Challenger. The Challenger included seven crew members, including Christa McAuliffe, who would have been the first teacher in space. The teacher in space program was something that intrigued people in the United States and created a plethora of attention for the…

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    qualitative and quantitative, historical data and compare to colleagues in other countries where research is also being completed. An example of this that students could complete is: Analyzing data through pictures (qualitative analysis) Through using space and ground satellites from all over the world, analyzing them using data, and pictures, the researcher can determine…

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    On December 7th, 1941, Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japanese forces. The next day, Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the United States Congress with his memorable speech, the Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation. The goal of his speech was to urge Congress to formally declare war on Japan and rally American people to support the war effort. The main points of his speech were that the Japanese government launched an attack against Malaya, Hong Kong, Guam, the Philippine Islands, Wake Island, and…

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