Hypersonic Atmospheric Reentry Deceleration Experiment (HARD-E); Complacency around Failure in the US Space Program

Noah Dunn
In space travel missions, there is an array of both technical and non-technical factors that determine mission success. Space travel itself is a turbulent process where vehicles and humans travel in extreme conditions for extended periods of time, so intricate engineering efforts are designed to ensure safe passage. However, there are many social, managerial, and political factors that influence the success of missions and must be considered during the space mission process. Despite the best...
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