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This collection spans from 1954 to 2012 and contains Roger Boisjoly's professional and personal papers regarding the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster and his engineering career.
Roger Boisjoly (1938-2012) was a mechanical engineer, fluid dynamicist and an aerodynamicist who worked for Morton Thiokol, Inc., the manufacturer of the solid rocket motors for NASA's Space Shuttle Program. He is best known for raising objections to the launch of the Space Shuttle Challenger the day before the loss of the spacecraft and its crew.
14.5 Linear Feet 13 containers total (12 cartons and 1 large flat-box)
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Though this collection is open for research, it should be noted that it is not fully arranged and described.