The research paper "Space Shuttle Challenger Accident" talks about the Space Shuttle Challenger accident when the Shuttle exploded into flames in 1986. The accident unnecessarily took the lives of the seven astronauts instantly. The officers of NASA and its related agencies are to blame for the Space Shuttle Challenger Explosion. The Space Shuttle Challenger's explosion can be explained using the domino effect theory reiterated the Space Shuttle Challenger’s launch environment was characterized as freezing cold. The dull and wintry sunrise shone over the Cape Canaveral and Kennedy Space Station. There were several flood lights adding vividness to the launch area as the Space Shuttle was about to begin its ill-fated journey into space. The spacecraft blew up on Tuesday, 28 January 1986.
Analysis: the people from the NASA could have done better than what they had done. The people were too self-centered that they failed to heed the warnings of the engineers who presented an unexpected report. The unexpected report states that some parts of the Space Shuttle Challenger would not function well. However, the managers of NASA were banking on their many years of experience on Space Shuttle launches. In fact, the Space Shuttle Challenger had made several launches with flying colors. The managers believed that the launch should not be stopped. Stopping the launches would mean a failure to meet schedules. The managers felt that the original launch date had been postponed for several times too long. ...Show more