Bridenstine Vows To Find Answers About Russian ISS Mishap Written 20 September 2019

20 September 2019
The Houston Chronicle reports that “NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine vowed Thursday to speak to the head of the Russian space agency after reports that the cause of a hole found on the International Space Station last year would be kept secret.” Bridenstine said, “They have not told me anything.” He added, “I don’t want to let one item set (the relationship) back, but it is clearly not acceptable that there are holes in the International Space Station.” Bridenstine’s statement come after Roscosmos Director General Dmitry Rogozin “said Wednesday the country had finally determined what caused the hole” discovered August 30 in the ISS. (Image: International Space Station. Credit: NASA)
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