Three seniors at Platt Technical High School go to work for NASA

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MILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Three seniors at Platt Technical High School in Milford have been selected and certified as official NASA inspectors. Jessica Liscinsky and Elizabeth Petroski will be keeping records, performing inspections and give material certifications for NASA Space Station components being produced in Platt Tech’s Precision Machining Manufacturing Program. Another senior, Brianna McCrystal, recently accepted the responsibility of managing engineering designs for tool kits that will be used by astronauts in space. McCrystal has already been in contact with the engineering team at NASA in Houston, Texas, and is helping them correct design flaws in currently used tool kits.

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