(USA) JUST IN: NASA says metals fraud caused $700-million satellite failure as manufacturers faked test results and provided faulty materials according to a report #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – May.02: A metals manufacturer faked test results and provided faulty materials to NASA, causing more than $700 million in losses and two failed satellite launch missions, according to an investigation by the U.S. space agency. 
From a report: The fraud involved an Oregon company called Sapa Profiles, which falsified thousands of certifications for aluminum parts over 19 years for hundreds of customers, including NASA: 
The bad parts were used in the making of Taurus XL, a rocket that was supposed to deliver satellites studying the Earth’s climate during missions carried out in 2009 and 2011: The launch vehicle’s fairing, a clamshell structure that carries the satellite as it travels through the atmosphere, didn’t fully open, causing the unsuccessful launch, according to a statement from NASA. 
#AceNewsDesk report …………….NASA.Com/ May.02: 2019 
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