Russian space agency says space station hole was deliberate sabotage
It's now been over a month since a mysterious hole appeared in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft attached to the International Space Station. The hole was venting air out into space and had to be sealed by the astronauts in order to preserve their oxygen supply and, you know, stay alive.
The saga over who or what caused the damage has taken a number of strange turns, and Russian space agency Roscosmos just issued a statement that adds yet another wrinkle. A commission investigating the incident has determined that the hole wasn't drilled by accident, meaning that it was indeed intentional sabotage, but by who?
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