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International Space Station LEAK: NASA and Russia remain tight-lipped over findin
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[ ]International Space Station LEAK: NASA and Russia remain tight-lipped over findings[/size]

NASA and Russia are remaining tight-lipped on their preliminary findings of what caused the leak in the International Space Station (ISS) in late August.

On August 29, astronauts on the ISS awoke to worrying news that a leak on space station was causing it to lose oxygen.

The six people on the ISS hurried to find the minute hole before they ran out of air.

It was originally thought the leak, which was fortunately quickly discovered and sealed, was caused by a tiny meteor which hit the ISS.

However, this was quickly ruled out, with Russia revealing the puncture was man-made.

A special commission from the Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos found that the hole was made from the inside, and not the outside – ruling out any impacts from space debris.

It also found drill traces near the hole.

Now, senior officials at NASA and Roscosmos – the Russian space agency – have met to discuss the incident.

Yet both parties are refusing to give anything away until they have conclusive findings.

NASA said in a statement: “The Administrator and the General Director noted speculations circulating in the media regarding the possible cause of the incident and agreed on deferring any preliminary conclusions and providing any explanations until the final investigation has been completed.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1...ussia-news
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Michael G.
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09-14-2018 02:07 PM

 



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It was the astonaut from Poland....he tried to tunnel out.
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Russia said they have spoken to the guy who did it . I dont know what all this drama is about, they have interviewed him and he said it was a mistake and he covered it over .
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