Space Station can drop on india: Russian Space Cheif.


US slammed by the Russian Space Cheif : "Space Station Can Drop On India..."

Russia Space Roscosmos Cheif admits that The new orders issued by the US have the strength that they can damage our collaboration on the ISS, according to the president of Russia's space agency Roscosmos (ISS). US President Joe Biden announced the fresh penalties on Thursday to penalise Russia for beginning a full-scale invasion on Ukraine

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International space Station.
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Currently, four American astronauts, two Russian astronauts, and a German astronaut operate side by side in microgravity on the International space Station (ISS).

"Who is going to  preserve the station from an uncontrolled deorbit and it's fallit into the US or Europe if you start refusing to cooperate with us?" Dmitry Rogozin, Director General of Roscosmos, remarked on Twitter on Thursday, immediately after the US imposed new sanctions against Russia.

" we have an idea of dropping500-tonne structure either in India or China. Do you want to put such a threat in front of them? Because the ISS does not fly over Russia, you are solely responsible for your own safety. Are you prepared to face them? "In sequential tweets, he stated.

He then gave the US some "kind counsel," telling them not to act "irresponsibly."

Roscosmos Cheif said that US has  extended sanctions and technology exports are also involved, which according to president Biden will "Curb" Russia's capacity to advance it's defense , aerospace and related sectors. The US has also issued sanctions against Russian banks and individuals with ties to the Kremlin.

However, NASA has stated that the new penalties will not jeopardise the two countries' space collaboration.

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"NASA continues to collaborate with all of our international partners, including the Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos, to ensure the International Space Station's continued safe operations. The new export controls will allow civil space cooperation between the United States and Russia to continue. The agency's support for continuing in-orbit and ground-station operations is not expected to change "In a statement, the US space agency stated.

Later, Rogozin tweeted a news storey on NASA's remark, stating that Russia is "analysing the latest US penalties before providing a full response."

Source: Twitter conversation between ROSCOSMOS and NASA heads. 

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