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The destruction of two [/sciencetech/nasa/index.html NASA] rockets has finally been explained — as investigations reveal they had been built with faulty aluminium provided by a fraudulent supplier.<br>Sapa Profiles Inc, a manufacturer based in Oregon,  [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-du-lich-sapa-tu-ha-noi-3-ngay-2-dem-2-ngay-1-dem-tour-sapa-ban-cat-cat-fansipan-thac-bac-ham-rong-tour-sapa-gia-re.html tour sapa] committed the crime over a period of more than 20 years.<br>The parent company,  [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-du-lich-sapa-tu-ha-noi-3-ngay-2-dem-2-ngay-1-dem-tour-sapa-ban-cat-cat-fansipan-thac-bac-ham-rong-tour-sapa-gia-re.html kynghidongduong.vn] Norsk Hydro, has been ordered to pay £35 million ($46 million) in damages and lab supervisor Dennis Balius has been sentenced to three years in prison.<br>A combined total exceeding several billions of dollars was lost from 450 customers as a result of the firm passing off unsafe, poor quality metal as suitable for construction purposes.<br>Some of the defective materials ended up in two NASA rockets that had been launched to carry climate-analysing satellites into orbit.<br>When protective shields failed to detach from the rockets, they were left too heavy to reach orbit and ultimately broke up as they fell back down to earth. <br>Scroll down for video<br>        NASA unwittingly used faulty aluminium in the construction of a Taurus XL rocket (pictured during lift-off) that had been loaded with the Orbiting Carbon Observatory in 2009.<br><br>When a protective shield failed, the rocket fell back through the atmosphere and burnt up<br>Investigators found that supplier had made alterations to over 2,000 quality test results in the period from 1996 to 2006.<br>Sapa Profiles Inc (now Hydro Extrusion Portland, Inc) subsequently revealed that around a further 4,100 results had been falsified between 2002 and 2015.<br>The tests were supposed to assure the strength and reliability of the metal when placed under [http://www.dict.cc/englisch-deutsch/pressure.html pressure].<br>According to court reports, Sapa employees who attempted to raise concerns about these fraudulent practices were ignored. <br>One technician told his supervisor that he dreaded the daily requests to fake tests, which was achieved either by passing material that had actually failed quality assurances or by entering fake data into reports.<br>450 of [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-du-lich-sapa-tu-ha-noi-3-ngay-2-dem-2-ngay-1-dem-tour-sapa-ban-cat-cat-fansipan-thac-bac-ham-rong-tour-sapa-gia-re.html tour sapa]'s clients were impacted by the faked quality testing, which resulted in combined losses in the billions of dollars.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES  [# Previous] [# 1] [# Next]    [/sciencetech/article-6985599/Crew-Dragon-capsule-DESTROYED-test-failure.html  SpaceX finally admits its Crew Dragon capsule was DESTROYED...] [/sciencetech/article-6985171/Blast-Jeff-Bezos-Blue-Origin-launches-New-Shepard-rocket-11th-time.html  Touchdown! Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin nails two smooth landings...] [/sciencetech/article-6985201/Stunning-simulation-reveals-looks-like-close-personal-supernova.html  Stunning simulation reveals what it looks like to be up...] [/sciencetech/article-6986897/Expert-reveals-idea-alien-life-no-longer-like-science-fiction.html  Why alien life no longer seems like science fiction: Expert...]    <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br>64 shares<br><br><br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS sciencetech" data-version="2" id="mol-81e1a7a0-6d88-11e9-b4f4-b3333a46b63b" website rockets worth $700 million failed because supplier FAKED tests

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The destruction of two [/sciencetech/nasa/index.html NASA] rockets has finally been explained — as investigations reveal they had been built with faulty aluminium provided by a fraudulent supplier.
Sapa Profiles Inc, a manufacturer based in Oregon, tour sapa committed the crime over a period of more than 20 years.
The parent company, kynghidongduong.vn Norsk Hydro, has been ordered to pay £35 million ($46 million) in damages and lab supervisor Dennis Balius has been sentenced to three years in prison.
A combined total exceeding several billions of dollars was lost from 450 customers as a result of the firm passing off unsafe, poor quality metal as suitable for construction purposes.
Some of the defective materials ended up in two NASA rockets that had been launched to carry climate-analysing satellites into orbit.
When protective shields failed to detach from the rockets, they were left too heavy to reach orbit and ultimately broke up as they fell back down to earth. 
Scroll down for video
NASA unwittingly used faulty aluminium in the construction of a Taurus XL rocket (pictured during lift-off) that had been loaded with the Orbiting Carbon Observatory in 2009.

When a protective shield failed, the rocket fell back through the atmosphere and burnt up
Investigators found that supplier had made alterations to over 2,000 quality test results in the period from 1996 to 2006.
Sapa Profiles Inc (now Hydro Extrusion Portland, Inc) subsequently revealed that around a further 4,100 results had been falsified between 2002 and 2015.
The tests were supposed to assure the strength and reliability of the metal when placed under pressure.
According to court reports, Sapa employees who attempted to raise concerns about these fraudulent practices were ignored. 
One technician told his supervisor that he dreaded the daily requests to fake tests, which was achieved either by passing material that had actually failed quality assurances or by entering fake data into reports.
450 of tour sapa's clients were impacted by the faked quality testing, which resulted in combined losses in the billions of dollars.
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