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From: Rob Peacock
Subject: Re: Computer Controlled Pyrotechnic Firing Panel
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Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 00:41:10 GMT
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Acrually, it was caused by trying to launch outside of the design
parameters of the O-rings. They weren't supposed be used under those
conditions. Management decision was screwed up.
On Thu, 05 Sep 2002 18:03:44 GMT, "Dave VanHorn"
>> Indeed. The rocket was called Challenger.
>Actually, it was ignited perfectly. O-rings that didn't flex at low temps
>is what killed them.
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