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.
22 Mar 2017
- From the section Science & Environment