Space Shuttle Case Studies: Challenger and Columbia
ME Engineering Ethics 3 — The Space Shuttle Challenger | SDEX | Washington State University
A bibliography looking at engineering ethics, organizational, and policy aspects of the Challenger Space Shuttle Disaster. The collection also includes memos from key stakeholders in the case, organizational charts, videos, and instructional modules on the case. Department of Philosophy and the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster. This case, developed through a National Science Foundation grant, provides a summary and introduction to the facts of the case, a list of key people and dates, instructor guidelines, and questions for class discussion.
Rogers Commission Report
The mission ended due to an unfortunate cabin fire during the launch test on January 27th. The Apollo 7 mission was to last 10 days and 20 hours. The three crewman were, the Commander Walter M. Eisele, and the Lunar Module Pilot, R. Walter CunningHam.