Ahmed Fadl has a big mission at NASA—and a critical role in ensuring public safety during risky rocket launch operations. He recently garnered one of NASA’s highest awards for spotting a potentially catastrophic defect on the Antares rocket launch pad. Loaded with more than 500,000 pounds of volatile propellant, the Antares carries payloads to the International Space Station. Fadl, who works in NASA’s Wallops flight safety office in Virginia, reviewed the design and saw a troubling workmanship flaw in the system...
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URI will celebrate the grand opening of the Gender and Sexuality Center at 19 Upper College Road, on the Kingston Campus on Wednesday, May 6 from 11 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
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