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The space shuttle columbia disaster is one of the most tragic chapters of spaceflight historythis article presents a technical overview of the accident, its cause, and the post-flight consequences the space shuttle columbia sts-107 was launched on january 16, 2003 at. The space shuttle challenger disaster case 1: case study of challenger space shuttle disaster table of contents abstract 4 overview 5 background information 5 problem statement 6 initial investigation 6 detailed analysis 6 recommendation 10 references 11 abstract in this paper we will study the challenger space shuttle disaster in detail. The following list covers some of the topics to be presented at disaster management 2019 papers on other subjects related to the objectives of the conference are also welcome disaster analysis. Keywords: training needs analysis, disaster preparedness 1 introduction training is the systematic acquisition of knowledge and skills with the goal of developing competencies necessary for effective performance in work environments.