Nearly 30 years after the space shuttle Challenger disaster, Allan McDonald is on a mission to prevent it from ever being forgotten. McDonald, director of the shuttle solid rocket motor project at the time of the incident, is one of the few engineers who vehemently opposed NASA’s decision to launch the shuttle on Jan. 28, 1986.
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