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On January 28, 1986, a routine launch was anticipated for the Challengerspace shuttle. Seventy-three seconds into the flight, disaster happened: theshuttle broke apart, killing all seven crew members on board. Aninvestigation into the cause of the disaster focused on a critical sealcalled an O-ring, and it is believed that damage to these O-rings during ashuttle launch may be related to the ambient temperature during the launch.The table below summarizes observational data on O-rings for 23 shuttlemissions, where the mission order is based on the temperature at the time ofthe launch.
- temp - Temperature, in Fahrenheit.
- damage - Number of damaged O-rings (out of 6).
Taken from: https://www.openintro.org/data/index.php?data=orings.