The Boisjoly collection covers Roger Boisjoly's involvement in the NASA Challenger accident. Besides copies of his congressional
testimony there are copies of testimony from other participants as well as the complete report made by the committee. Along
with this material is Boisjoly's personal and business correspondence as it relates to the Challenger accident and various
pieces of Challenger related ephemera.
Roger Boisjoly is a mechanical engineer, fluid dynamicist and an aerodynamicist who worked for Morton Thiokol, the manufacturer
of the solid rocket boosters for the 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.
13.5 Linear feet
(8 cartons, 1 large box)
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Though this collection is open for research, it should be noted that it is not fully arranged and described.