Was the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster avoidable?


The Space Shuttle Challenger launched its first mission April 4, 1983. The shuttle went on several voyages after the first mission. It’s last mission was on January 28, 1986 when it ended in disaster, with the explosion of the spacecraft that killed the crew. The Space Shuttle Challenger made many contributions to the evolution of space science.Was the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster avoidable? The Space Shuttle Challenger launched its first mission April 4, 1983. The shuttle went on several voyages after the first mission. It’s last mission was on January 28, 1986 when it ended in disaster, with the explosion of the spacecraft that killed the crew. The Space Shuttle Challenger made many contributions to the evolution of space science. The Space Shuttle Challenger accomplished many flights before the disaster, including STS - 6.  On the afternoon of April 4, 1983 the Challenger launched on its first mission.

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Islam is a popular religion


Islam is a popular religion considering that it is the second largest of the world’s religions and has 13 billion followers, which is over 20 percent of the world’s population (Lecture 13). Some counties that have the largest Islamic populations include: Pakistan, 150 million followers, India, 123 million followers, and Indonesia, 116 million followers (Lecture 13).  Bangladesh, 111 million followers and Turkey, 65 million followers also contain a substantial Islamic presence (Lecture 13). This means that Islam reaches many peoples’ hearts and souls to generate the need for them to want to follow

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Premature Rupture of Membrane


During the early stages of pregnancy and embryonic development the amniotic cavity develops. This amniotic cavity is lined by thick fibrous tissue. This tissue is the amniotic sac which is filled with amniotic fluid. In an uneventful pregnancy, this is an ideal environment for the fetus as it provides temperature control, lubrication, and cushion. It also provides the opportunity to “practice” breathing and elimination. In the event where amniotic fluid is not present; as with anhydramnios, or its quantity is reduced; as in oligohydramnios, the fetus and the mother can be at risk.

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