The effects of the war in Ukraine and accompanying sanctions on Russia are also visible in the case of the International Space Station, which came about as a result of cooperation between Roscomos and NASA. The head of the Russian Agency, Dmitry Rogozin, spoke about other operations of the International Space Station. Now he did it again.
Dmitry Rogozin said in a series of tweets that cooperation with the International Space Station is becoming more and more impossible, and added that “This partnership is collapsingRoscosmos’ head even attacked a former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, which set a record for Americans while they were at the station. The goal is not accidental, as Kelly himself has previously commented on Rogozin’s entries.
Kelly wrote on Rogozin’s visible post above: Damon, without those flags and foreign currency that you have, your space program would be worth nothing. Maybe you can find a job at McDonald’s if McDonald’s still exists in Russia. The head of Roscosmos told him that The death of the International Space Station will be on his conscience. Then he deleted the post, but nothing was lost on the Internet.
The activity of the International Space Station will be on the part of the Americans Funded until 2030. However, after the attack in Ukraine and the sanctions imposed, Roscosmos has already taken measures that limit cooperation. We told you recently that the Russians are planning Do your own science experiments on the International Space Station.
At the same time, we invite you to listen to the latest episode of the podcast from a technical point of view. This time we talked about quantum computers and the extraordinary discovery of Polish scientists regarding the quantum processor. What is its purpose and how does it work? You will find the answer below:
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