Russia accuses NASA astronaut of sabotage the International Space Station

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The Roscosmos agency completed an investigation into the 2018 incident. At that time, a hole was discovered in the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, which, despite a lightning repair, caused a pressure drop on the entire International Space Station (ISS).

Shortly afterwards, there was speculation that it might have been sabotage by a crew member who wanted to speed up Soyuz’s return to Earth in this dangerous way.

Now, foreign media has reported that Russia is blaming NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor for drilling the hole and is considering a criminal complaint.

According to TASS, Auñón-Chancellor experienced an “acute psychological crisis” during her stay on the ISS and committed this action so that she could be sent home as soon as possible.

Needless to say, NASA denied the allegations. “These attacks are fake and lack any credibility,” said its chief, Bill Nelson.

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