Nasa error: Schoolboy finds data flaw
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Nasa error: Schoolboy finds data flaw

A British schoolboy has discovered that a piece of Nasa's top space research is flawed.

Miles Soloman, a student at Tapton School in Sheffield, was taking part in a project run by the Institute for Research in Schools. He told the World At One how he discovered that equipment used by the International Space Station was recording false data.

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