The Russian spacecraft, Soyuz, has a hole. 0.8 mm hole. responsible? Maybe space debris. But the Russians accuse the Americans (albeit in secret). And now the fate of the astronauts is associated with diplomatic issues
There is a hole in Soyuz, the Russian spacecraft Transporting astronauts to the International Space Station. It’s a small 0.8mm hole that’s responsible for the coolant leak that blew up the EVA of station residents last week. The head of Roscosmos said the day before yesterday that the situation is “not very pleasant”, Yuri Borisovat a press conference intended for Russian journalists, during which he accused the Americans, albeit secretly, of not doing their job.
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