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Suborbital Spaceflight: Do We Need Accidents?

3 Nov 2014, 14:54 UTC
Suborbital Spaceflight: Do We Need Accidents?
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Do we really need to wait for accidents before we write a safety standard? System safety engineering answers that question with an emphatic NO. Contrary to popular belief, potential accidents in engineering can be identified in advance, classified in terms of their consequences and likelihood, and mitigated properly. But what exactly is an accident? Accidents... Read more →
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