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Elon Musk wants to save the International Space Station from "uncontrolled crash" after Russia threat

Elon Musk responded to Russia’s warning to the US that the joint mission on the International Space Station was in jeopardy. He would save her with SpaceX.

Hawthorne – The Ukraine war has already claimed many lives. While the situation on Earth has long since escalated, far away in our solar system there is still peace between the nations. Four American astronauts and two Russian cosmonauts are currently working together on the International Space Station (ISS).

However, space cooperation between the USA and Russia is increasingly crumbling because Russia’s attack on Ukraine can have serious consequences in space (BW24* reported). Members of the US Congress have already expressed concerns. Now Dmitri Rogozin, head of the Russian space agency Roskosmos, issued a warning and Elon Musk of all people turned out to be the savior.

Elon Musk wants to save the International Space Station

Dmitri Rogozin posed a question on Twitter that could also be read as a threat. Addressing US President Joe Biden, he writes: “If you refuse to cooperate, who will then protect the ISS from a possible uncontrolled descent from orbit and a crash on American or European territory?” Entrepreneur Elon Musk promptly responded with a short Answer: “SpaceX”.

Elon Musk, who founded the space company SpaceX, would save the ISS in the event of an “uncontrolled crash”. He confirmed this again to another Twitter user who had asked for the right understanding. Musk already supports Ukraine with SpaceX and provides its satellite internet service “Starlink”.

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When Tesla boss Elon Musk recently commented on a political issue, he was not exactly convincing: he compared the Canadian prime minister to Adolf Hitler* on Twitter. This triggered a wave of indignation on the Internet, and many users then called for a boycott of Musk’s company. Now, however, the multi-billionaire could become a hero.

NASA previously announced that ongoing station operations would continue. “This includes efforts to fly the crew to the orbital outpost and return them safely to Earth,” a NASA spokesman said. In the rest of the world, meanwhile, many companies are terminating their cooperation with Russia. Among other things, Europapark is changing the name of the “Blue Fire” roller coaster*. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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