Typo that cost NASA $600 million

Back in July of 1962, NASA launched the Mariner I, a rocket that was intended to do a flyby survey of Venus. Unfortunately, the unmanned mission failed after less than five minutes into the flight because of a computer code typo by a programmer who was entering the information by hand.

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