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NASA supplier fraud for 19 years, causing two satellites to fail to launch

The British "Times" reported that a metal manufacturer that supplied defective rocket parts to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was found guilty of falsifying thousands of test results. Currently, the head of the company's testing laboratory was sentenced to three years in jail, and the parent company was required to pay US$46 million in damages to the US government and other commercial customers.Stereo earphone manufacturer china

According to reports, the company, named Sapa Aluminum Profiles Co., Ltd., provided its aluminum forgery certificate, which proved its quality passed quality inspection, causing hundreds of millions of customers to suffer a total loss of billions of dollars.

It is reported that defective aluminum has been used to make the "Taurus" XL rocket. The rocket launched NASA's orbital carbon observation satellite in 2009 and launched a $ 422 million "Glorious" Earth observation satellite in 2011.Noise canceling headphones supplier china

The use of defective aluminum material caused the rocket fairing to fail to open and separate as required during the lift-off process. The rocket was too heavy to enter the orbit and was subsequently dragged down, causing it to disintegrate and burn. The remains of the orbital carbon observation satellite fell into the southern Indian Ocean region near Antarctica. The fragments of the "Glory" are believed to have fallen into the Pacific Ocean.Noise canceling headphones wholesales china

According to the test results obtained by the Office of the Inspector General, Sapa Aluminum Profiles revised more than 2,000 test results between 1996 and 2006, affecting more than 200 customers. The company's own survey showed that from 2002 to 2015, its employees modified more than 4,100 test results, affecting more than 250 customers.