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NASA defends astronaut over Russian ISS drama

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The Silver Shroud

Is this the incident where someone had punctured the space station, with a pencil or something?

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L.A.T.1961
1 hour ago, The Silver Shroud said:

Is this the incident where someone had punctured the space station, with a pencil or something?

Someone drilled a hole in a Russian part of the ISS.

This looks like a typical bizarre Russian attempt to avoid blame for what actually happened. Russia was conducting their own investigation on the ground but the results of this are yet to appear. 

The station was put in significant danger when the last Russian craft docked at the ISS and then its engine started unexpectedly.

I dare say they think this statement will divert attention from that serious incident.  

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Phatty

One way or another wouldn't there be video of what did/did not occur?

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NCC1701

That would make a good thriller movie. Maybe Tom Cruise is going to reenact it.

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Lemongrab

Who cares man. The first moon landing was faked. It's hard to trust NASA

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Timothy
1 hour ago, Lemongrab said:

Who cares man. The first moon landing was faked. It's hard to trust NASA

If you’re being serious; can you please list some other CT’s you believe?

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psyche101
3 hours ago, Lemongrab said:

Who cares man. The first moon landing was faked. It's hard to trust NASA

Oh no.

That's not right. They landed no doubt. They just didn't release this footage is all.

Here is the real footage/secret.

 

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