Columbia Psy-107 Essay

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Overview. The launch of Columbia STS-107 occurred on January 16th, 2003, for a sixteen day mission. After the launch of Columbia, there were six missions (STS-114 through STS-119) scheduled to fly before the launch of STS-120 scheduled for February 19th, 2004. During the launch of STS-107, a piece of foam insulation broke off of the orbiter and struck the left wing of the shuttle. As a result, when the shuttle renter the atmosphere of Earth the damaged permitted gases from the atmosphere to deteriorate the wing structure, which ultimately caused the craft to break away and become unstable. While in orbir, the crewmembers spent hours a day doing scientific experiments in shifts. Therefore, on February 1st, 2003, the shuttle of Columbia STS-107 disintegrated during entry into the Earth’s atmosphere after 16 days in orbit. All seven astronauts on board, Rick Husband, the commander; Michael Anderson, the payload commander; David Brown, the…show more content…
This catastrophic accident was quite similar to the Challenger disaster, because NASA administration chose to the publicity of a space shuttle launch knowing the possibility of something bad happening, than the life of innocent human beings. The Bible states, “keep your lie free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you” (Hebrews 13:5). Therefore, why would you sacrifice a life, knowing that our father will never forsake us, and he risked his life to give us all equal life? In my honesty opinion, that is a quality of Satan, himself and as Christians and children of God we rebuke all evil and evil their intentions and qualities. The result of the mission and failing to do more, all operations and future projects were halted at NASA. The lesson learned is to never ever leave anyone behind, and never say there is nothing more that can be done, especially when evidence was
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