A 17-year-old Spots faulty ISS readings that the space agency had missed
School student group leader Miles explains how his group came to help NASA analyse the radiation environment data for Tim Peake’s mission to the International Space Station.
A 17-year-old Miles Solomon contacted the NASA since he found an error in their International Space Station data. At the point when STEM understudies in the UK were given ISS information to audit, he saw a mix-up in the radiation levels and composed NASA an email to informed them. They reviewed his charts, and when they recruited him to analyze more of their data, he found an every daily repeating error in their system.