Book Reviews

Popular Mechanics Reviews Truth, Lies, and O-rings

Popular Mechanics Magazine has selected Truth, Lies, and O-rings: Inside the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster as the second best book written in Science and Technology in 2009.

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NOTICE:

Teaching faculty interested in McDonald’s book for classroom use should contact the University Press of Florida at www.upf.com/examcopies.asp for important discounts and examination copies.  Corporations, government, and professional organizations interested in using the book for educational purposes should contact Dennis Lloyd, Director of Sales and Marketing at the University Press of Florida (dl@upf.com) for significant discounts on multiple book purchases. […]

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Submitted for consideration for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize.

Truth, Lies, and O-rings: Inside the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster has been nominated for several book awards and was one of the entries submitted for consideration for the prestigious 2010 Pulitzer Prize.

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University of Alabama-Huntsville Makes Truth, Lies, and O-rings Required Reading

Truth, Lies, and O-rings becomes required reading for University of Alabama-Huntsville Propulsion Research Center in the College of Engineering.

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University of Utah Makes Truth, Lies, and O-rings Required Reading

Truth, Lies, and O-rings becomes required reading for University of Utah’s Department of Mechanical Engineering in the College of Engineering.

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Flipkart.com Reviews Truth, Lies, and O-rings.

Book Reviews of Truth, Lies, And O-Rings: Inside The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster *Best Book on Challenger By far! Review by George Mueller Without question, this book is the best one yet to penetrate the engineering and organizational issues that led to the Challenger accident. Allan J. McDonald is an example to all engineers when it comes to “doing the […]

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Spaceflight Reviews Truth, Lies, and O-rings.

Spaceflight, vol. 52, No. 1, January 2010 Truth, Lies and O-Rings – Inside the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster On a cold January morning in 1986, NASA launched the Space Shuttle Challenger, despite warning against doing so by many individuals. The fiery destruction of Challenger on live television moment after launch remains an indelible image in the nation’s collective memory. In […]

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Additional Book Reviews

Additional book reviews can be found in the Archives section and on the Internet at the websites of the publisher, the University Press of Florida (www.upf.com), www.amazon.com, and www.barnesandnoble.com . There are numerous FIVE-STAR reviews on these websites.

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